News Roundup & Open Thread for Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013
September 19, 2013Uncategorized
Audubon is mourning Martin Bodrog, killed in the D.C. Navy Yard.
Rick Perry, the dumber version of George W. Bush, coming for Lonegan
Lowering the bar. It’s what the Lonegan campaign does best.
Buono v. Christie
Charles Stile deconstucts Christie’s TV ad and sees him on a muddy, low road.
Christie amuses himself.
Christie report card: Gov puts political ambitions first.
As things stand now, both TV debates will be before the Oct. 16 special election, when nobody will be paying attention.
Who’s Who in Marijuana
Okay, there’s this list.
Closer to home, we’ve got these folks.
Luis Quintana voted Newark Council president and possible interim mayor.
Booker fights Newark crime with OT as Trenton begs for help.
Booker ad buy focuses on South Jersey.
Steve Lonegan demands records from Booker’s former law firm.
Census: Here are the numbers that show how poorly New Jersey’s economy is doing under Christie.
Does the Census show a major spike in NJ uninsured? Or not?
Menendez & Andrews on CREW’s Most Corrupt Members of Congress 2013 List
It’s only a list of 13, New Jersey has 2 on it.
Battle for Speaker is down one combatant.
Reed Gusciora: If Gov. Christie visited Trenton Central High School, ‘he would shut it down in a heartbeat’.
Sandy aid headed for businesses not directly hit by Sandy.
Christie signs bill to expand corporate tax breaks in NJ.
3 reasons teachers are getting lower pay.
Obamacare nudges 30 NJ, PA & NY hospitals to form ‘alliance’.
Dreier and Atlas: Minimum wage campaign the key to beating Christie.
State funnels $1M in federal funds to low-ranked schools.
State agency rules enviro groups can’t intervene in PSE&G rate case.
Poll suggests Christie’s gun-control vetoes defied public opinion.