Once upon a time, when he was governor, Jon Corzine was feeling the barbs of political criticism and setback. As he sat next to me in our studio, he seemed unusually subdued and distracted. During a News and Commercial break,
The financial world has been at sixes and sevens for months over the economic woes and imminent bankruptcy of Greece, Spain, Ireland, Portugal and Italy. Now, we're told, the European Union and the World Bank have come up with a plan to ride to the rescue with a bailout
The State is going ahead with the unconstitutional borrowing of 1.3 billion dollars to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund, which was pilfered dry by politicians. Our children will have to pay back four times that much over the years.
Cultural sea-changes are painfully slow to absorb. Homosexuality, defined as "sexual attraction toward others of the same sex," has been since the dawn of human culture one of the most strict of taboos.
Again, Governor Christie has gone to the mat with the New Jersey Judiciary. More aptly, to the steel cage in a grudge match. He has excoriated them as arrogant, clique-ish, greedy and self serving. A Clique that defies logic, tradition, and most of all, the New Jersey constitution
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