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“No Child Left Behind” Waiver Another NJEA Blunder? | Save Jersey

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February 10, 2012
“No Child Left Behind” Waiver Another NJEA Blunder? | Save Jersey

If you got to the NJEA website, it boldly states we are one of the best school systems in the nation…if that’s the case, then why is the New Jersey school system one of 10 states to receive a waiver for the “No Child Left Behind” law.  Maybe, according to Vincent Giordano, “life just...
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Sick pay cashouts for NJ public workers the talk of the day | Capitol Quickies

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February 9, 2012
Sick pay cashouts for NJ public workers the talk of the day | Capitol Quickies

It’s very rare that I agree with anything that comes out of Trenton lately, much less from Senator Sarlo, but he has hit the nail on the head with this comment.  Here in Jackson we see on a daily basis the cost of these major payouts and liabilities negotiated by our Mayor. ________________________ Posted...
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Santorum, the ‘coulda, shoulda, woulda’ candidate – CNN.com

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February 8, 2012
Santorum, the ‘coulda, shoulda, woulda’ candidate – CNN.com

We are seeing more and more conservatives standing with Rick Santorum, not just to rebel against the GOP’s force fed candidate – Mitt Romney, but because they believe him to be more true to the conservative philosophy.  You will do yourself justice to take a good look at this hard fighting conservative candidate. –...
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Property taxes in N.J. rise 2.4 percent despite state-imposed cap | Daily Record

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February 8, 2012
Property taxes in N.J. rise 2.4 percent despite state-imposed cap | Daily Record

Written by Jean Mikle - Staff Writer “In Jackson, property taxes rose slightly more than 6 percent, to $6,458. A deal between township officials and Jackson’s Policemen’s Benevolent Association prevented police layoffs last year, but officials in the township said recently that employee layoffs are again possible this year.” New Jersey’s highest-in-the-nation property taxes continued to...
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Obama releases list of top money ‘bundlers’ — Solyndra, Corzine, Lobbyists – Atlas Shrugs

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February 7, 2012
Obama releases list of top money ‘bundlers’ — Solyndra, Corzine, Lobbyists – Atlas Shrugs

OBAMA RELEASES LIST OF TOP MONEY ‘BUNDLERS’ — SOLYNDRA, CORZINE, LOBBYISTS What can you say? Nothing matters. Corruption as a matter of policy is glossed over, repackaged by the media and delivered to the American people every day as an Obama campaign message. It is overwhelming. Look at how the AP writer of this...
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The New Hub of Marxism: Washington, DC

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February 7, 2012
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Contributor - Mark A. Falzon, President, Jersey Shore Tea Party and the New Jersey State Coordinator of  the Tea Party Patriots So long, Nikita.  Bye bye, Brezhnev.  Sayonara, Stalin.  Change the drapes at the Kremlin for now Washington DC, USA is the hub of global Marxist activity in the world.  Yes, the Kremlin has succumbed to the weight of...
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Giants score in final minute to defeat Patriots – NYPOST.com

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February 5, 2012
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By JUSTIN TERRANOVA Last Updated: 10:25 PM, February 5, 2012 Posted: 6:38 PM, February 5, 2012 INDIANAPOLIS — Eli Manning’s status as a legendary clutch quarterback continues to grow, as does the number of Super Bowl rings in his collection. Manning led the Giants to their second Super Bowl in four years by engineering...
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611 Acre Land Consolidation Request Seeks to Redraw Jackson Map | Jackson Township NJ News

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February 5, 2012

As posted in the JTown News, an application will be heard in front of the planning board on Monday, February 6th to consolidate 611 acres of woodlands along Cedar Swap, West Commodore….its a section of town that is constantly trying to be developed in all the wrong ways.  Everyone, this is a very important meeting...
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Deal to preserve 1,800 acres in N.J. watershed near base – Philly.com

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February 3, 2012
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Jackson Township -|By Sandy Bauers, Inquirer Staff Writer Open-space preservation groups are celebrating the imminent completion of a $7.5 million deal to conserve 1,800 acres in Jackson Township, one of the fastest-growing areas of New Jersey. The area is in the Pinelands and encompasses the headwaters of the Toms River, which drains into ailing...
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N.J. state Sen. Joseph M. Kyrillos announces U.S. Senate run against Menendez – NorthJersey.com

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February 1, 2012
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2012 , 1:54 PM BY HERB JACKSON AND JAMES QUIRK - THE RECORD State Sen. Joseph Kyrillos promised Wednesday he would work to take the country on “a different path” by cutting deficits through lower spending instead of higher taxes, officially launching his campaign to oust Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez. State...
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