Trump Administration Deregulation Drive Spurs Economic Growth

December 15,2017

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Washington DC , President Trump is touting his administration’s progress on deregulation, according to the President for every one new regulation an amazing 22 are eliminated. Trump said the goal is to get the stack of regulations smaller than that of the 1960’s.

According to the Wall Street Journal ,” the […]

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The Internet is Once Again Free to Grow and Innovate

December 15,2017

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Washington DC, The FCC voted 3-2 on Thursday to approve chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to repeal “net neutrality” rules backed by the Obama Administration that reclassified internet-service providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. Title II prohibits “any unjust or unreasonable discrimination in […]

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No Neutral Ground: The Problem of Net Neutrality

December 14,2017

by Brian Dellinger

On November 21, the Federal Communications Commission announced plans to revisit its Obama-era internet regulations. It seems likely that the resulting vote will repeal the policies often referred to as net neutrality. The name is, perhaps, misleading; to support net neutrality is to support placing the internet more fully under government supervision. […]

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Friday Sermon at Jersey City, NJ: Imam Aymen Elkasaby Prays to Be Martyred on the Threshold of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Which Is “Under the Feet of the Apes and Pigs”

December 14,2017

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Jersey City NJ , Friday Sermon at Jersey City, NJ: Imam Aymen Elkasaby Prays to Be Martyred on the Threshold of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Which Is “Under the Feet of the Apes and Pigs”

Sheikh Aymen Elkasaby, imam of the Islamic Center of Jersey City, dedicated his Friday sermon on […]

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Justice Department Announces Guilty Pleas In Three Computer Crime Cases Involving Significant Cyber Attacks

Defendants Responsible for Rutgers University Hack, Creating Mirai and clickfraud Botnets, Infecting Hundreds of Thousands of Devices with Malicious Software

December  14,2017

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Trenton NJ,  The Justice Department announced today guilty pleas in three cybercrime cases. In the District of New Jersey, one defendant also pleaded guilty to launching a cyber attack on […]

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NFL Ratings Continue Huge Drop for ‘Sunday Night Football’

December 12,2017
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Ridgewood NJ, Week 14 and the NFL ratings implosion continues .Sunday Night Football represented one of the NFL’s last chance to right the ship ,but no dice, didn’t happen.

The NFL Sunday night match with two very viable playoff teams ended up a ratings disaster . The Week 14 battle […]

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Members of the Fordham University College Republicans were asked to leave an on-campus coffee shop because their MAGA hats violated the “safe space policy.”

Photo credit: Students for Trump

December 11,2017

by Kassy Dillon


A glowing profile in The Fordham Ram declares that the coffee house is the only on-campus club “open to all.” Except if you are a Republican that supports Trump. Tuition at Fordham is close to $70,000/year.

In a video obtained by Campus Reform, the president of Rodrigue’s Coffee House, […]

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Day of Infamy: The Lessons and Legacy of Pearl Harbor Day

December 7,2017

By Christopher Kelly

On Sunday December 7, 1941, seventy-six years ago, planes of the Imperial Japanese Navy streaked over Pearl Harbor bombing and torpedoing the American fleet at anchor. More than 2,400 Americans were killed that day. President Roosevelt quickly called it a “Day of Infamy.”

Pearl Harbor Day beckons us to step back and reflect […]

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December 5,2017
by Kevin Ryan

Washington DC, The Supreme Court has ruled that the government can fully enforce its travel ban on residents from 6 predominately Muslim nations. The ruling means President Trump’s travel ban can take full effect while legal challenges in the lower courts go forward, and suggests the court is likely to uphold the […]

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Senate Passes Major Tax Reform Package Affecting Bergen County

December 2,2017

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Ridgewood NJ, last night Republicans pushed a nearly $1.5 trillion tax bill through the Senate after a burst of eleventh-hour horse trading, giving President Donald Trump one of his top priorities by Christmas.

Peter Ferrara, a senior fellow at the Heartland Institute, writes in The Daily Caller that 2017’s tax […]

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