Summer Solstice Weekend News Roundup & Open Thread for June 21-22, 2014
June 22, 2014Uncategorized
New Jersey’s privatized Sandy recovery – How’d it go?
Companies hired that had failed in other recoveries, long delays, little government oversight or accountability, consultants monitoring other consultants … it didn’t go well.
Campaigns & fallout
CD3: Ocean and Burlington County Democrats Expected to Woo Swing Voters This Fall.
Did close Christie allies rig the race for Cory Booker? Murray Sabrin suggests they did. That, plus the truth and beauty of the simply M&M, and more from the Auditor.
Braun: Sweeney – Christie wannabe – practices bullying on Rutgers.
The scandal-plagued governor sticks up for the other scandal-plagued governor.
Stile: Christie gets out in attempt to move on.
The RGA chair takes the rare step of taking sides in a contested GOP Gov primary. Which state? New Hampshire, of course. And Walt Havenstein thought Christie was there for him…
Christie to Faith & Freedom Coalition: says we “need to tell the truth”.
Christie cites his anti-abortion credentials.
Christie can’t dance away his growing scandal.
Just making stuff up: Christie falsely claims Dems barred anti-abortion speakers from conventions.
Dawn Zimmer declines to comment on the Esquire story.
Mulshine: Are Chris Christie and his cronies cornered on Bridgegate?.
Ingle on Christie mocking medical marijuana as a “front for legalization”: “Shameful.”
This is important to hear.
For war veteran Assemblyman Andrzejczak, Iraq chaos, local poll numbers “absolutely frustrating”.
Revel in bankruptcy – again.
Joe Kyrillos speaks up for the millionaires in the millionaire’s tax. By contrast, Gordon MacInnes points out the wealthy exodus is a myth.
Can task force save South Jersey’s military bases?
Jacobson folds probation association into pension payment suit.
State plans to cut NJ cops OT, a move unions worry will hurt kids.
Ledger editorial: Southern civil rights leader stumbles into NJ bail reform debate