3-hour drive to see a moron in person: Trump unveils his tax plan in Harrisburg, surrounded by trucks, threatening Congress to do his bidding.
- What Puerto Ricans had to say about those “beautiful” paper towels Trump was tossing out
- A Kakistocracy. Do you know what that is? Because apparently, we’re all living in one
- Some of these folks voted for him: Trump tax policy could be tough on Mom-and-Pop shops, Main Street
- Montclair’s Tim Koechlin in CommonDreams on Trump’s tax plan: Plunder, plain and simple.
- Down the memory hole: Trump owes Orwell: Big Brother is his role model (Brian Klaas opinion piece)
- If Corker is right about Trump and WWIII, GOP needs to stop being cowards (Rubin, Washington Post)
- Did you watch? Did Kim Guadagno win the debate?
- In Long Valley, the Voting Block project watches the debate with residents, and nobody shifts their position
- And in Emerson, the Voting Block project heard complaints the candidates spent too much time attacking
- Guadagno on the offensive, attacks Murphy on Weinstein, Murphy calls her ad ‘vile’
- Murphy’s a coward on Weinstein? No, Guadagno’s a desperate hypocrite (Moran)
- At NorthJersey, 6 takeaways from the first debate
- In Clifton: John Kerry backs Murphy at event with NJ veterans
- Truth: Op-Ed: NJ’s next governor should champion environmental justice (Baptista)
- Prosecution rests in 6th week of Menendez corruption trial – Defense tries for dismissal
- Judge in Menendez case casts doubt on key prosecution theory (Friedman, Politico)
State appellate court blocks mining operation in Pinelands
Skepticism from the Girl Scouts, praise from the Boy Scouts in South Jersey, on BSA’s decision to admit girls.
This needs to be addressed or we won’t be a healthy state: From NJ Spotlight: New Jersey’s next governor faces daunting housing problems that are widespread and complex, ranging from a lack of affordable homes in walkable communities to a glut of McMansions in suburbs that are no longer in vogue — and little available land on which to fix the imbalance, a .
Superior Court judge who nixed the state’s most drastic plan to pare back Atlantic City’s fire department gives a green light for the state to lay off a smaller number — but not until February, when a new governor could end the state takeover.
NJ loses federal funding to expand ACA enrollment; more than 60% of the funding it expected to receive this year to help enroll vulnerable and in need of care
- SCOTUS: To Be or Not to Be Gerrymandered? That is the Question.
- More SCOTUS: Case will dramatically impact the political strength of public sector unions (Bander at InsiderNJ)
- Few still alive: Tribe says Navajo Code Talker David Patterson has died in New Mexico at 94