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American Labor Museum: Documenting Common Goals of Early Factory Workers

American Labor Museum: Documenting Common Goals of Early Factory Workers

The American Labor Museum in Haledon, NJ, honors Labor Day every day with its exhibits documenting conditions and common goals of early factory workers. The museum is in the 1908 Botto House that was built for Italian immigrants, Pietro Botto, a silk mill worker, and his wife, Maria. The front balcony of the house was […]

Showboat Atlantic City Shutting Its Doors

Showboat Atlantic City Shutting Its Doors

Over the last 27 years, the Showboat in Atlantic City has been a fixture on the boardwalk. Once the weekend draws to a close, the doors of the Showboat Atlantic City will be shut for good. As more and more casinos find themselves struggling to bring in people, the parent company of the Mardi Gras-themed […]

Chris Christie Approval Falling Faster Than Rob Ford’s

Chris Christie Approval Falling Faster Than Rob Ford’s

Beleaguered Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s ratings appear to fluctuate in spite of his many antics, but the approval ratings of another politician, New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie, may be falling even faster. Christie’s ratings are not, of course, falling for the same reasons. There have been no reports of any illegal drug usage, but just […]

US News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 22, 2014

US News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 22, 2014

The US News Daily Digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 22, 2014 begins with a tough day for Obamacare, examines Rick Perry’s presidential themes, looks askance at Perry’s turning out the Texas National Guard to patrol the border with Mexico while Chris Christie looks for traction in for his presidential hopes. Johns Hopkins settles […]

Jersey City Accused Cop Killer Has Bigger Memorial Than Slain Officer

Jersey City Accused Cop Killer Has Bigger Memorial Than Slain Officer

Many people find it outrageous that one day after an officer was slain in Jersey City, the accused cop killer had a bigger memorial than that of the police officer who was killed. Filled with balloons, empty bottles of liquor, love messages and candles, the memorial for the killer seems to mock the officer who was gunned down. Rookie officer […]

New Jersey Woman Brutally Beats Co-Worker as Toddler Begs Her to Stop

New Jersey Woman Brutally Beats Co-Worker as Toddler Begs Her to Stop

An amateur video depicting a brutal beating of a woman in front of her own 2-year-old son, which was posted on social media before being taken down soon after, has New Jersey police searching for the female assailant, who continued the savage attack on her co-worker as the small boy begged her to stop hurting […]

New Jersey Man Tries to Smuggle Cocaine From Guatemala

New Jersey Man Tries to Smuggle Cocaine From Guatemala

Officials at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey confiscated approximately $50,000 worth of cocaine on Thursday. A New Jersey man had tried to smuggle cocaine into the U.S. from Guatemala by baking the drug into spherical cookies. There were about 118 cocaine-filled pellets baked into them. Mauricio Isidro Rivera Hernandez, 30, is originally […]

Tobacco Buying Age to Increase in New Jersey

Tobacco Buying Age to Increase in New Jersey

The age at which a person can buy tobacco could increase if a New Jersey bill passes a state Senate vote. The Senate committee-approved bill to increase the tobacco-buying age would call for merchants to refuse the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products to anyone younger than 21 years of age. The purpose of the […]

New Jersey Teens Charged With Printing Counterfeit Money to Spend on Snacks

New Jersey Teens Charged With Printing Counterfeit Money to Spend on Snacks

Five high-schoolers from New Jersey have been charged in connection with printing and passing counterfeit money they made at home. A substantial portion of the fake cash was spent by the teens on school lunches in the cafeteria, snacks at the Main Street 7-Eleven and doughnuts, according to police on Friday. The students all hail from the upper class suburb of […]

Jersey Shore Seismic Blast Controversy

Jersey Shore Seismic Blast Controversy

Residents along the Jersey Shore are in controversial opposition to scientists who want to begin seismic blasting in early June. Those living in the area are not willing to take the risk on something that could produce negative results in the area. The study is purely scientific and warrants no apparent urgent priority. Numerous requests […]

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