During last night's State of The Union address, President Obama said a few things that really stood out. The one statement that really stood out and had us talking around the water cooler today was his stance on minimum wage.
U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg retired once but was brought back in to save the day when Bob Torricelli faced corruption charges. Since coming back to the senate after that brief retirement, he apparently doesn't want to let go. This week he basically said he's not thinking about retirement, which of course would pave a smoother way for Newark mayor Cory Booker.
I started following Newark mayor Cory Booker on Twitter during Hurricane Sandy. During that time, a lot of his tweets and responses to the people of Newark went viral because he, like the Governor, had no problem being honest and to the point.
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