I begin by extending my thanks to certain members of the Republican Party. Those who continue to advocate a common-sense conservatism while conducting themselves with a sense of decorum.
I am a Republican and resident of Cape May County. I am once again disappointed and dismayed at the blind fealty of Congressman Jeff Van Drew to President Trump. He should well know that there was no significant irregularity in the recent election in any state.
It was an ordinary wintry January Monday in Cape May County, and our three concrete front steps had iced over from freezing rain that whipped across the marshlands.
I am the chaplains of Cape May American Legion Post 193 and Cape May VFW Post 386, and would be remiss, especially in these days of history being tossed aside, if we did not commemorate the selfless acts of the Four Chaplains on February 3rd, 1943.
The reason we have over 350,000 Covid deaths in the U.S. is that we don’t have and never had any real leadership. The leadership we elected four years ago campaigned using smoke and mirrors.
If we, Americans, still stand for truth and justice under the rule of law as a democratic nation where the voters decide our future, then President Donald Trump needs a good crack on the knuckles.
On June 28, 1787, Benjamin Franklin, a leader of the America Enlightenment, as well as a successful businessman, scientist and diplomat, made a most remarkable speech to the assembled delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. Franklin called for prayer.
The recent Cape May County Herald article “Testa 1 of 4 Republicans Seeking to Improve NJ Health Care Through Horizon Payment” piqued my interest.
One of my favorite holiday tunes is “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” but this year, amid a global illness surrounding us with fear, being merry while others struggle for life and a return to health seems a bit superficial.
The progressive wing of the Democratic Party is urging President-elect Joe Biden to issue an executive order early in his administration to eliminate up to $50,000 of student loan debt per borrower.
Publisher Art Hall’s recent editorials stating “they” must come together, indicating each side as a warring camp seeking a win, demonstrates the total lack of the fourth estate of informing the people.
The ordinance eliminating invasive species in Cape May has been withdrawn from consideration. I would like to use this letter as a step towards educating the public on the danger of invasive species plants to the environment.
Recently, my husband, John, and I went looking for a small tree to put on our back deck on the bay, near the Wetlands Institute, to give thanks and embrace the holiday season, but 2020 is not like other years.