Soon: Lights come down on Cape May’s GSP. Maybe: no more “Jersey lefts”.
Also, you gotta feel good for Audubon.
Transparency Governor doesn’t want you seeing who he schmoozes with
Sounds like a pretty BS reason to deny an OPRA request to see who the Christies entertained at Drumthwacket.
Catholic schools are funny
North Arlington Catholic school makes girls swear not to swear, lets boys do whatever the f*@k they want.
Caves when America makes fun of them, “opens” its no-swearing pledge to boys.
Amick: Sen. Barbara Buono unseating Gov. Chris Christie? Don’t be surprised.
Why does Barbara Buono want to be Governor?
Buono interview on WNYC. (Audio)
Tea Partier Seth Grossman, former Atlantic Freeholder, wants to primary Christie.
Camden gambles on firing police
Dana Redd’s high wire act in outsourcing police to the county may also risk her chance of re-election. But who can think of that, as Camden residents discuss whether response time is dipping, or if police are coming at all.
TONIGHT: Camden residents can tell the govt how to keep their neighborhoods & schools safer.
Lakewood’s Tent City gets a reprieve
The 80 or so residents, living outdoors in shanties of found materials and tarps, won’t have dismantle their homes at least until a court hearing in 2 weeks.
More Jerseynomics: Scheme to dedicate sales tax revenue to preserve open land seems to be early favorite.
Christie and Letterman split a donut
Sandy spending cleanup contract and possible AshBritt Inc. overcharging prompts hearing.
Principal at Passaic Valley HS may soon carry a gun.
Paterson teachers oppose district’s efforts to implement merit pay.
South Jersey Magazine <3’s George Norcross
He’s a man with a plan. He’s in it to win it. He is George Norcross, and he is finally stepping out of the shadows. Do these sentences need exclamation points?
Yet he wants to be their standard-bearer for U.S. Senate from NJ
Geraldo Rivera calls GOP the “party of scolds”.
Fox News will “monitor” Geraldo as he decides whether to run.
Donald Trump’s War on Comedy
Bill Maher told a simple birth certificate joke, and now going to sue.
Christie, N.J. Democrats reach deal to break judicial logjam
Including Joseph Oxley, former GOP chair in Christie vote-rich Monmouth, accused by Solomon Dwek of tipping him off to foreclosures before they were public. Once upon a time, Christie investigated that.
Calls anonymous prostitution allegations “smears”. “It’s amazing to me that anonymous, nameless, faceless individuals on a website can drive that type of story into the mainstream, but that’s what they’ve done successfully.”