It’s Saturday morning in the midst of the second Senate impeachment trial and as Yogi Berra might say, “it’s deja vu all over again.” Too often when putting this newsletter together I find we’re in ...
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Contributed by Olga Vanucci. Hiram Rhodes Revels, a Republican Senator from Mississippi, was the first Black member of the U.S. Congress, sworn in in 1870. Democrats had attempted to block him. The Constitution requires senators ...
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Contributed by Amara Willey. Over the last decades, news has gotten measurably more negative, and politicians have harnessed the power of fear to sway voters. How can we hope to unify our country when the ...
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“Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel.” In my early days in PR, this message guided any person or company that took issue with a particular news article or editorial ...
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Contributed by Deb Kline. Letters to the Editor and Op-Eds are additional ways to reach a broader audience. There is a difference between the two, however, and writers need to be aware of the difference ...
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Contributed by Deb Kline. It’s Budget time in the Garden State! The unofficial start of the NJ Budget season is upon us, traditionally kicked off by the Governor’s annual budget address held on or before ...
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Contributed by Maddy Berlin. How often have you worried or complained about the US Postal Service (USPS) over the past months, or year….or years?  How often have you heard others complain or negatively comment about ...
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Call US Senators: Support: US Senate Bills S1- For the People Act; and S51 – DC Statehood Email NJ Legislators to support the Reproductive Freedom Act (A4848/S3030) Sign the Petition to StopLine3 pipeline – There ...
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Contributed by Paige Barnett. Covid Log Part II: This is one science teacher’s personal account of suddenly being thrust into online teaching and learning due to the pandemic.  Since the last time that I wrote ...
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