Guest Column

December 29, 2018

“It’s Morning Again in America” at Student Action Summit in West Palm Beach Florida Student  Commentary by Boris Kizenko Could it still be “Morning Again in America” as President Ronald Reagan once declared? From December 19th to the 22nd, Turning Point USA made history. Turning Point is a ...

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NEW JERSEY -   It seems like the unthinkable – an active shooter situation – is becoming a more frequent occurrence to the point that parents are feeling more and more helpless in protecting their children from the potential of mass shootings, particularly in schools. It can happen around any of ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Whether you are new to the market or considering a jumbo or refinance, it is helpful to review the key points in the loan process. The Loan Process - Start to Finish Prequalification - Prequalification occurs before the loan process actually begins.  The lender gathers ...

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The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Suicide Rate is Up 3.7 Percent According to Most Recent Center for Disease Control and Prevention Data (Year 2017)   Massive Public Health Initiative Needed to Lower the Suicide Rate, Claims Nation’s Largest Suicide Prevention ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ : Are you interested or involved in local government? The New Jersey Division of Local Government Services designs a checklist that reviews a wide range of municipal operations each year. It's a great way for elected officials and citizens to stay informed. This state mandated document ...

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New Jersey’s new vote-by-mail law, signed by Gov. Murphy in August, has the potential to leave voters hanging on Election Day, November 6 — not just in New Jersey, but across the country. Candidates and voters should be aware that the results on election night may be far from final. With recent ...

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