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Kindergarten Is Not Mandatory in NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

Like a lot of people, Assemblyman Charles Mainor had no idea that kids in the Garden State do not have to go to kindergarten. Mainor and a trio of other Assembly members have introduced a bill to force children to go to kindergarten and to lower the age at which they have to start attending school.

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Obamacare Takes Root But Issues Remain

 As a roller-coaster sign-up season winds down, President Barack Obama's health care law has indeed managed to change the country.

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Bridget Anne Kelly, Gov. Christie's former deputy chief of staff, with her attorney Michael Critchley, in court March 11. (Photo Mel Evans-Pool / Getty Images)
Bridget Anne Kelly, Gov. Christie's former deputy chief of staff, with her attorney Michael Critchley, in court March 11. (Photo Mel Evans-Pool / Getty Images)
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Kelly Lawyer Slams Internal Bridgegate Probe

Bridget Kelly, portrayed by the Christie administration report on Bridgegate as a lying participant in the George Washington Bridge lane closings, struck back through her attorney Friday, hinting at renewed eagerness to tell her story to the U.S. Attorney.

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You Paid $1 Million For Christie To Clear Himself

There is the old idiom about never letting the fox guard the henhouse. It rings true with a governor who decides to spend a million dollars of taxpayers' money in hiring a high priced law firm to investigate himself then having himself 'cleared' in the Bridgegate scandal.

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Late Show [3/13] Was the Governor Lying About Bridgegate? [POLL]

It’s New Jersey’s ONLY ALL LIVE –ALL LOCAL-ALL NIGHT SHOW, with me, Jersey Guy Ray Rossi – “el rey de la noche” – merely a guy with a microphone, transmitter, and internet connection.

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Bridget Anne Kelly In Court For Hearing
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L.A. Parker’s Column On Bridgegate

L.A. Parker is a columnist for The Trentonian in our state's capital. He wrote such a strong piece on key players in the Bridgegate scandal pleading the 5th that I just have to share it. From the first paragraph you know where he stands and how passionately he feels.

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Shouldn’t Old Political Signs Come Down? [PHOTOS]

This campaign sign for Barbara Buono has been up since (at least) October (of last year). I pass it every day, as I commute to New Jersey 101.5.

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New Jersey Lags the Country In Civil Rights Education – Is More Sensitivity Training Needed? [POLL]

Say the words “sensitivity training” and chills go down the spine.

Why that is is because we live in a world of political correctness where mere utterances can be construed as insensitive, or at worst, racist!

However, one thing has come to light in the wake of the recent brouhaha over the photo taken by the Phillipsburg High School wrestling team of a tackling dummy posed to look like a lynching

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Sec. of State John Kerry arriving in Kiev
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U.S. Pledges $1 Billion in Aid to the Ukraine – Prudent Move? [POLL]

Didn’t it seem like the crisis in the Ukraine just popped up in front of us without any warning?

Truth is, there were probably signs it was happening all along – it’s just that we weren’t paying attention

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Are You a PACE Catholic? [POLL]

Folks flocking to church won’t be an unusual sight today.

Why?

Because today marks the beginning of the Lenten season – the 40 days period of fasting and abstinence preceding Easter.

Technically it’s not a “holy day of obligation,” but for some reason Catholics in particular and Christians in general feel obligated to go to church and receive ashes – even if they don’t practice their religion on a regular basis

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