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1.Student Scholar Recognized by Honor Society
PARAMUS, N.J. – The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has named Tenzin Kalden, a business administration student at Bergen Community College, an Oberndorf Lifeline to Completion Scholar and awarded him a $1,000 scholarship. Kalden, of Hasbrouck Heights, represents the second Bergen student to receive the Oberndorf Scholarship in the last ...
by Post on 03/30 10:33PM - Story - 2,236 Hits
2.Taking Stock: Seven Positive Indications That the Stock Market Boom Is Here to Stay
Since the financial crisis hit back in 2007, many Americans have kept a wary eye on the stock market. After years of dismal prospects, they just can’t quite come around to the idea that the stock market is the best place to invest their money. And for good reason. After ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/10 07:48PM - Story - 990 Hits
3.National Review Online: “Cataloguing the Bush Years”
Last week’s tragic terrorist attack on the Boston marathon was a grim reminder that, while our homeland is safer today than it was before the attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans cannot take that safety for granted. The fact that we have not suffered such an attack in nearly eleven ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/24 11:42AM - Story - 816 Hits
4.New Jersey Office Market To Struggle In 2013
The Northern and Central New Jersey office markets faced added adversity in the fourth quarter of 2012 as hurricane Sandy and “fiscal cliff” trepidation both made landfall. These recent challenges, coupled with state budget concerns, ongoing job growth woes, and bitter interstate competition will likely hold leasing flat through at ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/10 07:21PM - Story - 877 Hits
5.Should The United States Return To A Gold Standard? ProCon.org Puts Monetary Policy Debate Back In Spotlight
Prior to 1971, the United States was on various forms of a gold standard where the value of the dollar was backed by gold reserves and paper money could be redeemed for gold upon demand. Since 1971, the United States dollar has been a fiat currency backed by the “full ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/02 11:13PM - Story - 1,430 Hits
6.Americans for Prosperity to Key Vote Pork-Laden $60.4B Sandy Relief Aid Bill
President Obama’s requested $60.4 billion federal relief aid package purported to assist the rebuilding effort post-Hurricane Sandy is now being opposed by Americans for Prosperity’s national organization. The pro-taxpayer group confirmed today that it will be key voting the proposal which it considers a wasteful and fiscally irresponsible expenditure of ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/18 05:41PM - Story - 860 Hits
7.Lonegan Urges Congress to Reject “Ridiculous” $60.B Sandy Aid Request
Calling “ridiculous” a $60.4 Billion aid request for Hurricane Sandy relief, New Jersey Americans for Prosperity State Director Steve Lonegan said that politicians were using the hurricane as an excuse for a free-for-all on the U.S. Treasury.
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/10 02:53PM - Story - 708 Hits
8.Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Hosts Capitol Hill Social Security Summit
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) hosted a summit meeting today on Capitol Hill with seniors, the disabled, labor and other grassroots groups united to protect Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid from budget cuts. Full Video of Sanders Event: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVzHYdrnBvg
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/15 08:57PM - Story - 1,144 Hits
9.Menendez Campaign To Kyrillos: N.J’s Middle Class Taxpayers Deserve To Know Whether You Want To Take Away Their Tax Breaks
The Star-Ledger: Would you consider changing the big middle-class deductions, like those for home mortgage interest payments or employer health care? Joe Kyrillos: “We need Republicans and Democrats to look at this entire enterprise with a Simpson-Bowles kind of methodology.” - Interview published August 26, 2012
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/04 03:19PM - Story - 964 Hits
10.Paul Brubaker Named Communications Director Of Menendez For Senate
Today, Paul Brubaker was named Communications Director for U.S. Senator Robert Menendez's 2012 campaign. Brubaker, a former newspaper reporter, has worked as Communications Director for U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. for the past three years.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/11 09:06AM - Story - 1,156 Hits
11.Ongoing Overall High Unemployment of 9% and Poor Economy Impacts Young Americans Particularly Hard
Combined with the Lack of Job Opportunities, 43% of Young Adults 18-29 Are Not Satisfied with Their Current Level of Employment Generation Opportunity President Paul T. Conway, former Chief of Staff of the US Department of Labor, responds to the October 2011 jobs numbers:
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/04 03:55PM - Story - 1,375 Hits
12.Fears About Nation Close to Default
... not default, but I’m still worried. In the final deal to raise the debt ceiling, Congress agreed to create a “super committee” to reduce the national debt an additional $1.5 trillion. Judging by how difficult it was to find compromise with the risk of economic catastrophe at hand, I cannot ...
by Post on 08/05 10:26PM - Story - 4,872 Hits
13.Congressman Rothman on the Debt Ceiling Compromise
Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ), a member of the House Appropriations Committee, released the following statement on the passage of the debt ceiling deal in the House of Representatives:
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/04 02:28PM - Story - 1,047 Hits
14.Killing Medicare won't solve nation's problems
We must not end Medicare: Too many American seniors would suffer or die prematurely if we did. WHAT WOULD you say to someone who told you that in order to save something, you’d have to kill it? On April 15, the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives voted, 235-193, to end ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/22 12:26PM - Story - 1,125 Hits
15.Congressman Rothman Opposes the Republican Budget that Ends Medicare to Give Tax Cuts to Millionaires and Billionaires
... Committee, released the following statement on his opposition to the budget being proposed by the Republican Leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives today: America’s annual deficit and our growing national debt are critical problems that will not only burden our children for generations, but will severely weaken our country.
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/15 03:28PM - Story - 1,112 Hits
16.Wake Up, America (Before It's Too Late):
... you see people wringing their hands about the state of our nation. No wonder: It feels like we're living through a slow-motion train wreck. Our national debt is out of control. Our politicians are corrupt. Our business leaders are greedy, inept, or both. Our young people are disrespectful and lazy. ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/15 11:42AM - Story - 2,219 Hits
17.DioGuardi Outlines Jobs Agenda at Hipotronics
... the Hipotronics manufacturing facility in Brewster, N.Y. "Job growth is lagging because the government has absorbed private investment capital through increased taxes and a skyrocketing national debt," said DioGuardi. "We need to allow entrepreneurs, small business owners and large companies to invest in new product lines and a new workforce. ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/27 08:42AM - Story - 1,127 Hits
18.350 Actions This Saturday
The number 350 seems so innocent, so small, so prime and human-scaled that you can picture it in your mind. It's not like those inconceivable numbers: the trillions that measure the national debt, billions that measure world population and millions that measure the carbon in the atmosphere.
by Shawn Dell Joyce on 11/02 05:20AM - Story - 1,399 Hits
19.Memorializing Our Principles
We're officially into summer now, past the three-day Memorial Day weekend that serves as the official start of summer — a chance to launch the boat, bring out the picnic basket and play baseball. But for those of us who watch the financial system, it's difficult to move on into ...
by Terry Savage on 06/05 06:21AM - Story - 1,261 Hits
20.The Number 350
... seems so innocent, so small, so prime and so human-scaled that you can picture it in your mind. It's not like those inconceivable numbers, such as the trillions that measure the national debt or the billions that measure world population or the millions that measure the carbon in the atmosphere.
by Shawn Dell Joyce on 01/09 06:43AM - Story - 1,948 Hits
21.Singapore makes investment in its survival
SINGAPORE INVESTMENT SINGAPORE - Sai Kiang Lim works on human embryonic stem cells in a laboratory so up to the minute it practically has that new-car smell. Fully funded by the Singapore government, Lim has access to just about every expensive piece of equipment she could want.
by Anonymous on 01/03 12:53AM - Story - 3,439 Hits
22.MIKE THOMPSON
Three Repuplican elephants in the House of Representatives are speaking about party policies. The first one says: \'National debt? Your generation\'s problem!\' The second one says: \'Collect Social Security when you retire? Dream on!\' The third one says: \'Global warming day of reckoning? Hey, I\'ll be dead by then!\' The ...
by Sophie Stone on 10/04 07:25AM - Media Gallery - 1,370 Hits
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