Tag Archive: environment

Beyond Voting

OK. So because of the quirky Electoral College, America just elected an unqualified, anti-environment bigot to be the Leader of the Free World. We’re stuck with him for four years – a tragic sequel to the generally successful and positive…
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Sometimes the Good Guys Win

In an attempt to minimize public outcry, Transco, the company that wants to build a dangerous natural gas compressor station adjacent to the New Jersey Turnpike in Chesterfield, filed a notice the day before the July 4 weekend requesting approval…
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Goliath Slayers

It seems odd that in a blue state like New Jersey, our congressional delegation is evenly split – six Democrats and six Republicans. The GOP members are generally not moderate Republicans either, but rather folks that adhere to the extreme…
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Standing Up to What’s Right

In the famous Emanuel Leutze painting, Washington Crossing the Delaware, the future president is shown standing in his boat leading the charge to capture 1,000 Hessians in Trenton. There are no more Hessian mercenaries in our capital city, but there…
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Fossil Fuel Fiasco

In Burlington Township this afternoon, along with local elected officials, NJ-3 congressional candidate Jim Keady held a press conference to decry the plethora of pipelines that are being proposed across South Jersey. While many mayors and councils are working hard to…
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