Weekend News Roundup & Open Thread for Dec. 1-2, 2012

I filed today’s roundup from the road, so I’m quite sure I missed some things. What are you reading today, Blue Jersey?

Congratulations Brenda Sue & Penelope

  • West Point hosted the first same-sex wedding in its 210-year history last weekend, and its second-ever – yesterday – married North Plainfield NJ residents Penelope Gnesin and Brenda Sue Fulton, a West Point graduate.

    Marie Corfield

  • Corfield “gracefully concedes.

    Thank you, Star-Ledger, for writing this

  • Remembering New Jersey’s 40 victims of Hurricane Sandy.
  • NJ delegation asks to meet Obama about Sandy.


  • Revel: UPDATE: Christie’s Failed $260 Million Gamble

  • On Minimum Wage The Legislature Has The Upper Hand.

    Should this art be covered up? Taken down?

  • An African-American’s drawing reflecting the history of racism against blacks that includes the image of a white man forcing a naked African-American slave woman to perform oral sex is now covered up with cloth at Newark Library.

    But will he let the next LG do anything more than cheerlead for business?

  • Stile: Christie has lots of possibilities if he decides to replace Guadagno.

    Toxic train wreck: 500 evacuated from their homes

  • Paulsboro train derailment: Aftermath, relocations and investigations.

    REPUBLICANS – It’s her party, too

  • Q & A: Former Gov. Christie Whitman on rebooting the Republican Party.

    DEMOCRATS – Sweeney: “There is no way this is a Peter Shapiro year.”

  • Moran: Gov. Chris Christie is riding high and mighty in the polls.

    Chris Smith loses out on chairmanship battle

  • House Committee on Foreign Affairs won’t be led by Smith. (Auditor)

    Nelson Albano

  • Video contradicts N.J. assemblyman’s claim that trooper ‘disrespected’ him during stop.

  • Comment (1)

    1. 12mileseastofTrenton

      I don’t think he’ll take someone else from north jersey.  Allen’s too moderate and her health is a concern.  Addiego’s not as experienced as Beck.


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