That big Christmas tree in front of 30 Rock? Yet another Jersey Sandy survivor.
Uh-oh, somebody call the WAAAAAHMBULANCE
Since Romney lost, some of the signatures on secession petitions posted to the White House are from New Jersey. Worth noting, though that the only petition large enough to trigger an official WH reply is Texas. Drop Austin … and back away slowly …
Stile: Christie may the moderate the GOP seeks in 2016.
NYPost: Christie facing GOP storm.
Cameron: Christie committed political career suicide because he dared to tell the truth about Obama’s role in Sandy.
Chris Christie Said Nothing About A Massive Inmate Escape During Sandy
No public statement from Christie after mass escape during Sandy, with one still at large. Remember, escape is a problem with the privatized halfway houses run until days ago by Christie pal Bill Palatucci. And the history includes the murder of a 21-year-old Viviana Tulli of Garfield.
Democrats think Garrett can be beaten.
Sen. Menendez returns to Washington on the rise
Bonus cute picture of Data Dan, for Data Dan fans.
Christie loses the fleece.
Sandy by the numbers.
Gov’s decision to close down NJ Seaside Heights causing residents’ anger.
Out of the superstorm, lessons for health providers.
Christie gets on insurance companies post-Sandy, FEMA says be persistent.
FEMA opens disaster centers in 19 NJ counties.
Christie: Sandy’s effect on his 10% tax cut proposal uncertain.
Storm won’t necessarily spell budget disaster.
JCP&L: A History of Service Interruptions
Think the problems started with Sandy?
Those crosses – for murder victims – in front of Camden City Hall?
Changing Our Election Laws
Sen. Weinberg calls for a comprehensive review, and maybe overhaul, of NJ’s election process.
NJ minimum-wage bill moves forward – the Oliver bill.
Votes in 3 states buoy hopes of marriage equality advocates.
Newark teacher contract: not just about performance bonus.
Jersey Jazzman: Newark teachers contract: knowledge vs. ignorance.
Critical decision on health insurance exchange due this week
NJ has 1.3 million people uninsured.