Weekend News Roundup & Open Thread for Nov. 17-18, 2012
November 18, 2012Uncategorized
With its 59th killing in 2012, Camden passes a grim milestone.
WTF? This isn’t what Occupy Wall Street was about.
Joe Biden will be here today – in Hoboken & Seaside Heights.
Braun: How the system failed seniors suffering through Sandy in Long Hill.
Patti Smith, seamstress to Atlantic City’s best drag queens and pageants, lost vintage patterns, sequins and boas.
Moran: Steve Adubato Sr. tarnishes legacy with cheating, ethics scandals.
Christie: Newark teachers’ contract a model for US.
Deputy NJ AG: “I have reviewed the (video) and do not see anything shocking or unreasonable.”
State authorities initially cleared N.J. trooper accused in beating – yes, the one where the patrol car video captured the officer throwing a mentally disabled man to the ground and punching him several times in the face.
I guess Associated Press thought they were being cute with this lede.
Ingle: Silly secession talk entices the lazy, ignores strengths
Those hoping for an end to the loonier moments in our recent history with the conclusion of the presidential campaign woke up to face reality. There is a pool of stupidity that defies all attempts to drain it.
Stile: Christie showing government some love in Sandy response.
Christie’s re-election bid would likely trigger flood of campaign dollars in N.J..
Gelinas: Christie’s Hurricane Sandy response could lay groundwork for presidential run.
Christie: I am not answering questions on Twinkies.
You’re going to throw the American union worker under the bus … for a Twinkie?
For or against a 21-county strategy
Jim Tighe, who ran for Freeholder in crimson Sussex, weighs in.
A chill between Christie and Booker
Plus, loser Sheldon Adelson, and irregularities in the Rep. Payne ledger. (Auditor)