Weekend News Roundup & Open Thread for Feb. 9-10, 2013
February 10, 2013Uncategorized
Ridgefield Park’s Lincoln movies leave Steven Spielberg in the dust.
Latest child welfare report shows ‘staggering data’ on growing up in Newark.
A very senatorial thing to point out
Cory Booker says U.S. military spending is greater than the next 10-12 countries combined.
Buono readies for tough battle.
Healy calls Fulop a bad word – ‘Republican’.
Amid crushing poverty and crime, Camden fights on.
Dems cook up gun violence prevention bills while the GOP’s most rightward address a mostly male Second Amendment rally. Photo: Marko Georgiev, The Record
Christie’s revenue shortfall could wallop the poor.
Neighbors in West Collingswood Extension say Haddon Twp wants to put all its affordable housing there.
Christie gets forced into what looks like more transparency on contracts.
Firm hired to clear Sandy debris scrutinized for payouts to N.J. contractors.
Wonder where the estimated 72,000 Sandy-ruined cars, trucks, boats and jet skis have been stored since the storm?
Christie’s weight = the news cycle, Sandy contracts off the public’s front burner
Christie’s weight – and his talking about it – dominates news cycle.
Weighty lessons he can take from Taft who was never covered by a 24/7/365 video news cycle.
Politics of weight likely to dog him in potential 2016 presidential campaign.
Christie’s war of word’s with the former White House doctor.
Rutgers Eagleton poll: Poll shows chinks in Christie’s armor – or – It’s [still] the economy, stupid.
Christie gets high approval rating, but voters dislike record on jobs, economy, taxes.
Menendez and Melgen: An inside look at how the money and access flowed.
Menendez pushes back against allegations and questions over ethics.
Internet gambling takes step toward law; assisted suicide bill moves forward.