Weekend News Roundup for July 15-16, 2017

Is he shouting ‘hello’ at fans? Or asking the best golfers in America if they’re ‘bleeding out of their wherever’ today? Who can tell? Trump arrives to watch the U.S.Women’s Open at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster Saturday. PHOTO: Chris Pedota/Northjersey.com


Photos from yesterday’s protest outside the Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster as Trump hosts the U.S. Women’s Open

In case you didn’t have particular golfer to cheer for, consider Lizette Salas, daughter of Mexican immigrants

Trump fans gather to cheer golf the president

HEALTHCARE FUNDING – TrumpCare and here in NJ

Right on: Why Millennials should lead the next labor movement

In CD7, Dem Lisa Mandelblatt raises $258,600 in Q2 filing. In CD11, Dem Mikie Sherill raises $245,957


Jimmy Carter’s prophetic 1979 warning of Trumpism

And even further backon President Trump, in words from July, 1776



”Since November, I have been waking up.” Kevin Riordan profiles Geoffrey Ginterwho memorably confronted Tom MacArthur at his town hall (with a quote from our Deciminyan A/K/A Steve Stern)

Video – Pascrell on the Democratic efforts to compel disclosure of Trump’s tax returns

The Voting Block Project, a cooperation among several major NJ media, talks to neighbors in Westwood – very interesting results


72 years ago this morning, the first atomic bomb was set off – Manhattan Project’s Trinity test in New Mexico. After WWII, J. Robert Oppenheimer became director of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, where he died in 1967

However challenging your week was, at least you (probably) didn’t get a truckload of live slime eels dumped onto your car

Adorable. Bill Clinton places himself in succession in between Bushes (and also manages to mock Sean Spicer)

This is “graffiti”? Looks like art to me. Why did Paterson Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres force a restaurant to take down this mural of murder victims Aaron Anderson and Antonio Vega, Jr.? The mural was painted with the owner’s permission and both men had been his customers. This mural was called “graffiti”

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