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Should the New England Patriots play in the SUper Bowl?
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VOTE: Should the New England Patriots be allowed to play in the Super Bowl?

Dennis and Judi aren't exactly the biggest sport fans but even they had to weigh in today on the controversy that the New England Patriots allegedly used under-inflated footballs during the AFC Championship game.

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VOTE: What should schools do with students who opt out of PARCC testing?

With over 600 school districts in New Jersey, the state education system is in a very uncomfortable position of trying to come up with a unilateral way to handle the students who opt out of taking the PARCC testing.

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VOTE: Should the PARCC tests replace midterms and finals?

Adding to the misery that some parents already feel about the implementation of the PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) test is the policy some districts are already considering – or in some cases – have already put in place

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Dr Martin Luther King
Dr Martin Luther King (William Lovelace/Express/Getty Images)
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VOTE: Should schools be closed for Veteran’s Day as well as MLK Day?

My twin boys are learning about Dr Martin Luther King in school and my 8-year-old son Lennon says to his Mom, “when I’m in the playground and my brother Albert gets picked on, I’m going to stick up for him like Martin Luther King stuck up for his people.”

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Jeff J Mitchell, Getty Images
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POLL: Is New Jersey’s PARCC test a complete waste of time?

Is it time well spent to give a test to students in grades 3 through 11 twice a year to try and assess their “readiness for college and careers?”

Some might think the answer to that would be a flat “yes!” stating that it’s the best way to gauge a student’s educational progress – and assess their future needs

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VOTE: Are you prepared to use a gun to defend yourself in an emergency situation?

A Cape May County man stopped a burglar from invading his home by fatally shooting him. 

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VOTE: Do you believe reports of a father and adult daughter moving to NJ to get married?

I guess the Mason Dixon Line has moved north.

According to an article that appears in New York magazine in its “What’s It Like” column, which delves into unusual relationships - (of which I have to wonder whether or not the relationship described is valid) - an 18-year-old girl from the Great Lakes region claims she’s marrying her biological father and moving to New Jersey where adult incest isn’t against the law.

The unnamed teen claims that she’d only seen her father when she was a mere child and never had a

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A tourist takes pictures from a double decker sightseeing bus as she passes the U.S. Interests Section building in Havana, Cuba Dec. 18. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)
A tourist takes pictures from a double decker sightseeing bus as she passes the U.S. Interests Section building in Havana, Cuba Dec. 18. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)
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VOTE: Would you travel to Cuba?

The idea of Cuba becoming a travel destination may become a reality.

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Chris Christie reacts to a question during ‘Ask the Governor’ on Thursday, Jan. 15. (Kira Buxton, Townsquare Media)
Chris Christie reacts to a question during ‘Ask the Governor’ on Thursday, Jan. 15. (Kira Buxton, Townsquare Media)
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VOTE: Should Gov. Christie resign if he decides to run for president?

My “take away” from the Ask the Governor Show tonight:

1) He’ll only run for President if he decides –

Its good for him

It’s good for his family

It’s good for the country

2) Whether or not he can do the 2 jobs at once – meaning run for President and be Governor at the same time.

He mentioned having

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Esaw Garner, center, walks to the Staten Island site of husband Eric Garner’s death, with the Rev. Al Sharpton, center right, and mother-in-law Gwen Carr, Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Esaw Garner, center, walks to the Staten Island site of husband Eric Garner’s death, with the Rev. Al Sharpton, center right, and mother-in-law Gwen Carr, Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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VOTE: Does NJ’s proposed chokehold legislation hamstring police?

After the death of Staten Island man Eric Garner at the hands of members of the NYPD, much has been said about the chokehold that prompted his death in the first place.

And in the wake of the man’s death, protests have sprung up calling for – among other things – the elimination of the use of the chokehold by police to apprehend suspected criminals

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