As the food drive coordinator for the annual Postal Christmas Food Drive, I wish to thank all of our postal patrons, whose generosity of non-perishable food donations made this food drive another huge success.
I am responding to Art Hall’s recent column, “Abortion… Even Out of the Womb.” Hall quotes Dr. Albert Mohler regarding the coming day when babies will be killed, even after they have arrived outside of the womb.
I received a call the other day from a young college student, asking if she could interview me, because she was writing a paper for her entrepreneur class, and her father suggested that she call me
After the football teams from Holy Spirit and Atlantic City high schools played their annual Thanksgiving Day game two years ago, I walked onto the field embracing the painfully frigid air, walked to my former coach, Bill Walsh, hugged him, and cried.
Anybody who has been in America for more than a day knows we are facing significant social and political problems, the likes of which we haven't seen for a long time.
Merry Christmas. No, it’s not too early. Like it or not, another season to celebrate nativity is knocking at our door, and it is still the most wonderful time of the year to point people to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
My love for trains and model railroading, especially in Cape May County, was as bright as a cloudless day at the beach. It was so bright, that members of my family, particularly my mother and uncles, would hope that my days of loving trains would be made dreary by one cloud if not many.
I have been a fan of marriage for a long time because I have been married for longer than half a century to two wonderful men. Why did I marry twice?
The authors of a recent letter to the editor propose that electrical generation by greenhouse gas emitters must be replaced by “zero-emission” sources, such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, and geothermal, and that there are health and safety concerns posed by nuclear power plants.
New Jersey’s beaches are a beloved network of ecosystems that welcome tourists from all over the country each summer. From Memorial Day to Labor Day Weekend, throngs of locals and vacationers flock to the shore to enjoy long days under the sun and take wonder in the many attractions of coastal nightlife.
Several years back, our friends, Jeff and Nancy Vecere, introduced my wife, Patricia, and me to the Briefing by Albert Mohler, which presents the daily news from a Christian perspective.
Shortly after World War I, Japan began to lay claims to island nations in Micronesia and started to develop its military and naval forces. By 1923, the situation became such that the U.S. felt concerned because of our holdings in Guam and the Philippines.
It is sad that the Republican Party is telling Americans we can’t afford Medicare for all. Why can every other industrialized country in the world have a similar plan for free health care if it’s so terrible?
If anyone has been following along with the opinion section of the Herald over the past month or so, I’m sure you saw a few exchanges between me and Publisher Art Hall. The topic was regarding police activity within the county and somewhat merged into a disagreement, of sorts, between Hall and me.
My wife, Patricia, asked me last week what I intended to focus my column on this week. Before I could answer, she told me she thought I should write on this past election cycle and all the junk mail on local elections we received daily.
Art’s uncle, Ray, had a smile as wide as the Texas skies that he grew up under. I have been thinking of him as Veterans Day approaches, and Art is reading the handwritten memoirs that Ray wrote in his eighth and ninth decades. He died at age 97.
Halloween may be over, but not everyone has taken their masks off. Every day, too many human beings don’t realize how much they put on a show with every minute that ticks by.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a fine in state income taxes that fines taxpayers for not having health insurance to lower insurance premiums in North Jersey, similar to the famous Obamacare fine on federal taxes.
The next presidential election is over a year away. Not surprisingly, there are many unanswered questions, contentious issues and important decisions before American voters to sort out. There is time, however.