>HOW MUCH WE NEED TO TAX THE AMERICAN PEOPLE TO PAY OFF THE PUBLIC DEBT

>http://holykaw.alltop.com/how-much-we-to-tax-the-american-people-to-pay?tu4=1

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>Ridgewood Garage Sales

>Garage Sale -multi family (58 Garfield Place, Ridgewood, NJ)Lots of stuff for sale and good prices.SATURDAY JULY 2, 9am-4pm

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>A new Harvard University study finds that July 4th parades energize only Republicans, turn kids into Republicans, and help to boost the GOP turnout of adults on Election Day.

>photo by ArtChick Harvard: July 4th Parades Are Right-WingBy PAUL BEDARDPosted: June 30, 2011Democratic political candidates can skip this weekend’s July 4th parades. A new Harvard University study finds that July 4th parades energize only Republicans, turn kids into Republicans, and help to boost the GOP turnout of adults on Election Day.”Fourth of July celebrations in […]

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>Impeach President Obama, Linker Says

>Impeach President Obama, Linker Says(Ridgewood, NJ): Last night on the Susan Settenbrino radio show, conservative, Republican U.S. Senate candidate from New Jersey Ian Linker called on the U.S. House of Representatives to issue articles of impeachment for President Barack Obama.  This morning, he issued the following statement:”President Obama should be impeached for his willful violation […]

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>Doherty Announces Three Colleagues Join “Fair School Funding Act” As Co-Sponsors

>Doherty Announces Three Colleagues Join “Fair School Funding Act” As Co-SponsorsSenator Michael Doherty, a member of the Senate Budget and Appropriation Committee, announced today that three of his colleagues on the Committee have agreed to sponsor SCR-162, “The Fair School Funding Act.” Senate Republican Budget Officer Tony Bucco and Senators Oroho and Pennacchio, also members […]

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>Celebrate the Constitution : Delegates to the Constitutional Convention

>Delegates to the Constitutional ConventionOn February 21, 1787, the Continental Congress resolved that:…it is expedient that on the second Monday in May next a Convention of delegates who shall have been appointed by the several States be held at Philladelphia for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation…The original states, except […]

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>Garrett Introduces Bill to Ensure SEC Regulation are More Effective and Less Burdensome

>Garrett Introduces Bill to Ensure SEC Regulation are More Effective and Less Burdensome WASHINGTON, June 23, 2011 -Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ), Chairman of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises, today introduced H.R. 2308, the SEC Regulatory Accountability Act.Introduced in the House with 15 original cosponsors, the SEC Regulatory Accountability Act would require […]

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>Ridgewood school board agrees to earlier cutoff time at Stevens Field

>Ridgewood school board agrees to earlier cutoff time at Stevens FieldWEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2011BY KELLY EBBELSSTAFF WRITERTHE RIDGEWOOD NEWSThe Board of Education (BOE) resolved Monday night to concede to a 9 p.m. cutoff time for its lights at Stevens Field, and firmed up other recommendations to the new policy governing the use of Ridgewood’s athletic […]

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>Teacher evaluation pilot program prepares for takeoff

>Teacher evaluation pilot program prepares for takeoffThe Christie administration’s planned pilot of a new statewide teacher evaluation system has begun to draw some interest from school districts, but also a few questions.Officials of the state Department of Education (DOE) met with nearly 70 districts last week to explain the details of the planned pilot, which […]

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>NJ Assembly votes for job killing anti-pollution pact

>NJ Assembly votes for job killing anti-pollution pactTwo bills aimed at keeping New Jersey in a regional greenhouse gas reduction pact received final approval from the Legislature Wednesday, but the fate of the state’s participation was no closer to being resolved. (Lederman, The Associated Press)http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/article/NJ-Assembly-votes-to-stay-in-anti-pollution-pact-1445640.php

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