Here’s the stuff that jumped out at me this morning – feel free to add links in the comment section as well as show your massive love for the choice of links I found 🙂
Today’s theme, snowy disgustingness.
The weather outside is frightful
A disgusting snowy icy mess this morning. Safe commute to everyone that has to test out the roads. In related news, Governor Christie left for Aruba last night just as the storm hit, saying, “I can melt the snow with my laser-like icy glare, even from Aruba”. So everyone should just stick it.
Pollution concerns in Union Twp. over idling trucks, which is against the law. Except when it isn’t against the law.
The Governor is just so…..um….delightful. Yeah, that’s it…
Governor Christie uses the tired “if [PERSON X] were alive today, he/she would support me line with the double whammy of tainting the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King and touting his “most children left behind” education policies.
Christie will use this data to show how charter schools are TEHAWSOME, but if half of the students are doing better in charter schools than the local schools, doesn’t that also mean that half of the students in charter schools are doing worse than in the local schools?
I’m guessing that Christie won’t be citing this though….
….or this one, giving New Jersey schools one of the top scores in the nation.
They’re making a list…..
Today kicks off New Jersey’s redistricting process, which promises to get interesting since the Republicans have another shadow group funding their own special interests.
Frosty, the comments, on Supreme Court “vacancies”
Charlie Stile on the “Supreme Court showdown between Governor Christie and Senate President Sweeney.
You’re a foul one…..
Bay Head police chief removed by prosecutor after accusations of stealing money from the PBA.
You’re as cuddly as a cactus
Theft of 19 catalytic converters in Wayne – part of a trend across the US.
You’re a nasty wasty skunk
Attempted theft of $500K of perfume in Cedar Grove.
Congressfolks are back….in town
And as the House will debate the “repeal
and replace” of the Health care bill, an estimated 129 million people have “pre-existing conditions”
What about all of those out of work elves?
As Christie wants to focus on picking fights with everything instead of creating jobs, the impact of no job is taking its toll on out of work men and their families.