It is a very sad time in our country, as we watch families and friendships torn apart because people can't agree to disagree.
January was a monumental time in Trenton, as, once again, Democrats attempted to strip away another layer of our personal freedom.
People started lining up on Sunday to ensure that they would be able to find a seat in the Wildwood Convention Center for President Trump’s visit to Wildwood on Tuesday, Jan. 28.
I recently read an article by Professor Victor Davis, who is an historian at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, which got me to thinking about the fix Europe now finds itself in, brought on by its energy policies, and how we can avoid the same as we consider global warming.
In Publisher Art Hall's writing on the subject of minimum wage, he gave much space to the various negative effects the raising of it could have on the fortunes of employers, but devoted not one sentence to its beneficial impact on workers.
Most of the economic data for last year has been released from the U.S. Department of the Treasury by now, and it looks like the U.S. economy grew at somewhere between 2.5% and 2% in 2019.
The decade between 1920-1929, known as the Roaring ’20s, featured a time in our nation’s history where economic prosperity was on the rise, setting the stage for the Great Depression and the eventual government takeover of the economy, and ultimately society
My colleague, Vince Conti, raised objection to my column last week. Believing that others within our community may have similar opposition, I asked Vince if he would be willing to allow me to publish his thoughts, as a guest columnist in my stead; he agreed, and it is posted below.
Ever since the Clinton Administration, I have understood that the people who run the Democrat Party are people who believe that character doesn’t count, the truth doesn’t matter, and only suckers obey the law. It is impossible to maintain a civil society based upon those beliefs.
Representatives of Cape Issues met recently with newly elected State Sen. Michael Testa (R–1st) to introduce Cape Issues to him and to discuss how he would approach some of the current challenges facing Cape May County.
S2173 is a bill in the N.J. Legislature that will remove religious exemption to vaccination and strip away the religious freedom of thousands of New Jersey families.
The divisiveness in Washington between the Democrats and Republicans following the Trump “upset” victory in the 2016 Presidential election that has manifested itself in a highly questionable “impeachment” has its roots in more than just partisan rivalry.
Christianity Today's Dec. 19 editorial calling for President Donald Trump's removal from office the day after the president was impeached by the House of Representatives was welcome news.
An open letter from Michael J. Master, DC, MPH, FACFN (Private-Practice Clinician and Epidemiologist) states the following in regards to S2173, a bill that is a threat to New Jersey religious freedom. I want to share it.
As New Jersey's minimum wage progresses, we continue to see what was always anticipated – businesses making necessary adjustments to afford the cost of their labor.
Healthcare impact has two components: 1) the direct impact of healthcare jobs and technology on the economy; and 2) the impact of the emerging interest in Social Determinants of Healthcare (SDOH) such as homelessness, jobs, education, transportation, poverty, child care, home healthcare, people released from prison, and food insecurity.
“Healthy people 2020” is an agenda to vaccinate all Americans, adults and children of all ages, with whatever the government sees fit. This agenda is the opposite of something that will produce healthy people. Excessive adverse reactions are listed system by system in the vaccine inserts themselves.
Some people never learn from their mistakes. This is quite apparent with Michael Clark. After his resounding defeat in the November election, you would think he would stop calling people names.
As a 35-year homeowner in Sea Isle City and St. Joseph summer parishioner, I am appalled at the venom being spewed at Father Perrault and Deacon Joe Murphy by residents who say they are Catholic.
Ever gone to court and agreed to a plea deal? The judge asks if you understand that you are giving up your right to a trial and if you made this decision voluntarily. You agree, but was it voluntary?
My name is Bob Stern. I am the chairperson for the City of Beach Haven within the Ocean County Democratic Committee. Other committee members represent towns in Southern Ocean County that are within the Second Congressional District, covering South Jersey.
Years ago, when I was younger and abler, my husband (now deceased) and I helped build homes for Habitat for Humanity - first, in Salem, then in Cape May County and Immokalee, Fla.