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New Jersey Mayor Approves Library Display Honoring (Only) Christian Soldiers

A couple of weeks ago, the city of Roselle Park (New Jersey) put up a display just outside the public library featuring a soldier kneeling in front of a Christian cross. The American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center says that's an illegal promotion of religion and they're asking the Mayor to reconsider the display before it becomes the focus of a lawsuit.

Don't Mess With Kelly Clarkson. Just Don't

4 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Yesterday was the first day of the Democratic National Convention over in Philadelphia, where we heard speeches from New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker, Eva Longoria, Sarah Silverman (who seemed as if she wanted to lean into the microphone and yell...

Chris Christie Apologizes to One Critic — But Only One

Gov. Chris Christie apologized Tuesday for having labeled a New Jersey mayor as “crazy” after the mayor suggested the flooding from last weekend’s blizzard had been worse than during Hurricane Sandy.

Pissed-Off New Jersey Mayor Gives Chris Christie An Earful For Ignoring Flooding

7 months agoNews : Huffington Post

The mayor of a city in New Jersey unloaded against Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Tuesday for downplaying the effects of a major winter storm that caused severe flooding and prompted hundreds of evacuations across the state's coastal communities. North...Show More Summary

New Jersey Mayor Risks His Life Delivering Aid to Syria - Unlike Tough Guy Chris Christie, He's Not Scared of 5-Yr-Olds

Mayor Khairullah refuses to let the threat of ISIS kidnapping discourage his humanitarian work. In the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris, New Jersey governor and 2016 presidential hopeful Chris Christie announced he would block any Syrian refugees from resettling in his state. Show More Summary

New Jersey Mayors “Concerned” That Verizon FiOS Buildout Seems To Be Skipping The Low-Income Areas

New Jersey and Verizon are once again at odds over promises the telecom behemoth has made to bring FiOS service to the whole state. Unlike the last time Verizon and New Jersey had a stand-off over a promise to bring broadband, this contract is not twenty years old, or even ten. This agreement is a lot newer — and Verizon’s … [More]

Former New Jersey Mayor Sentenced In Child Sex Trial

12 months agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

The former mayor of Marlboro, New Jersey, Matthew Scannapieco, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty in May to sexually abusing a child. CBS News reports that the 71-year-old man entered a guilty plea in order to avoid a possible life sentence, but he was given a quarter of a century... Show More Summary

Matthew Scannapieco: Former New Jersey Mayor ‘Disgusted With Himself’ For Raping 6-Year-Old Girl

Matthew V. Scannapieco, 71, was once the respected mayor of Marlboro, New Jersey, but when he faced corruption charges for taking almost a quarter-million dollars in bribes, he moved out of the state to neighboring Delaware to “get a fresh start.” Unfortunately, that “fresh start” included repeatedly raping a 6-year-old girl. Show More Summary

Listen To Chris Christie Curse Out The Media For Charity

New Jersey Mayor Chris Christie got salty with the press during his appearance at the New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club Show?an annual "lighthearted" and "fun" press corps fundraiser for scholarships at which he's expected to give a speech. [ more › ]

Targeted Mayor: Bridge Pplot Charges A ‘Punch In The Gut’

FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) – A New Jersey mayor targeted for political retribution for not supporting Gov. Chris Christie’s re-election effort in 2013 said that indictments in the case Friday were a “punch in the gut.” After a former Christie ally pleaded guilty to conspiracy in his role in the scheme to shutdown lanes of [...]

Top Chris Christie Crony Pleads Guilty for Role in Bridge Scandal, Two Others Indicted

On Friday, federal prosecutors indicted two top aides of GOP Gov. Chris Christie for their roles in orchestrating a massive traffic jam as political payback against a New Jersey mayor. Bridget Ann Kelly, a former deputy chief of staff...Show More Summary

Sinkhole Snowplow: Large Plow Truck Devoured By New Jersey Sinkhole

A sinkhole swallowed a snowplow Tuesday morning in Lopatcong Township, New Jersey. Mayor Tom McKay says the sinkhole accident happened around 7:30 a.m. on Wordsworth Lane. Fortunately, the driver was able to escape uninjured. He was taken to a local hospital, NBC 4 News in New York reports. Show More Summary

New Jersey mayor rejects calls for outside probe into fatal police shooting caught on dashboard camera

2 years agoNews : The Raw Story

The mayor of a New Jersey city defended on Friday the local prosecutor’s investigation into a traffic stop that culminated with police fatally shooting a man with his hands up, rejecting calls for a state or federal inquiry. Jerame Reid was killed on Dec. 30 in the city of Bridgeton after the...

Climate Change Cynic To Lead Arctic Expedition

Toms River, New Jersey Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher has plans to help lead an expedition to the Arctic next year to have a first-hand, up close look at the early effects of climate change according to the Asbury Park Press. Kelaher was tapped...Show More Summary

Morning Roundup: Dec. 12, 2014

2 years agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

Marijuana smuggler sues feds over dog bite, New Jersey mayor sees DUI charge dismissed, and Australian attorney wants legal meth.

Tito Jackson Jr, New Jersey Mayor, Punched In The Face By 80-Year-Old Man. The Reason Why Will Surprise You.

Tuesday’s election in the state of New Jersey was highlighted by a surprising event that shook the small town of Bogota. Tito Jackson, Jr, mayor of Bogota, New Jersey, was allegedly punched in the face by an 80-year-old man, who accused him of calling his daughter a “money-hungry piece of sht”. According to PolitickerNJ, the

New Jersey Mayor Punched In The Face By Elderly Man On Election Day

Welcome to the wild world of politics, Jersey style. Bogota, New Jersey Mayor Tito Jackson told PolitickerNJ he was attacked by an elderly gentleman named Sal Trotta, after voting in the local election Tuesday. "I cast my vote, he was waiting by my car, he shook my hand and wouldn't let go," Jackson said. Show More Summary

New Jersey Mayor Punched in Face at Voting Booth Because New Jersey

2 years agoNews : Mediaite

Bogota Mayor Tito Jackson, Jr. got one of those "I Voted" stickers when he went to the polls today. Then he got punched in the face.

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