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October 2016

WATCH: Six of Obama’s Biggest Blunders

Genevieve Wood / @genevievewood /The Daily Signal From skyrocketing spending and record new regulations to the multiple failures surrounding Obamacare and the push for Common Core, here’s a look at some of President Barack Obama’s biggest domestic policy blunders over the past eight years. The Daily Signal is the multimedia news organization of The Heritage Foundation. We’ll respect your inbox and keep you informed. Sign Up The Daily Signal depends on the support of readers... Read more →

CHUCKLES : Laughter Therapy - North Hawaii News

OK, friends, time to close with the best yet … America, an equal opportunity for all, and then some! Regardless of who wins the presidential election this November, we will witness history being made. If Hillary Clinton wins the U.S. election, it will be the first time in history that two US Presidents have slept with each other! If Trump wins the U.S. presidential election, it will be the first time in history that a... Read more →

Gloucester Township PD Halloween Safety Tips

Gloucester Township N.J.-As consumers across the country prepare for haunted Halloween fun, CPSC offers tips for selecting and creating safe costumes and home decorations. "The trick to a safe Halloween celebration is to choose wisely from the start," said CPSC Chairman Inez Tenenbaum. "Make selections with safety in mind. Choose well-fitting costumes flame-resistant materials and the appropriate tools for decorating. The treat is keeping your family safe this holiday." Last year, more than 3,500 Halloween-related... Read more →

PHILADELPHIA: November Happenings @ Dilworth Park

English: This montage was created from images already available on Wikicommons. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Some programs are weather permitting. Schedule and performances subject to change. Experience the Dilworth Park Wintergarden this holiday season- a winter wonderland featuring inspiring horticulture displays, skating, shopping and more, all in the heart of Philadelphia! The Rothman Institute Ice Rink and the Rothman Institute Cabin are back for another season of winter fun at City Hall! After skating, stroll... Read more →

The American Heart Association’s National Eating Healthy Day

Urges New Jersey to Be Colorful, Live Healthy Robbinsville, NJ, October 26, 2016 – National Eating Healthy Day is Wednesday, Nov. 2 and as the American Heart Association’s new +color campaign emphasizes, it’s important to BE COLORFUL. Because as the old saying goes, “you are what you eat.” On this iconic day, and throughout the entire month of November, the association wants to remind New Jersey residents that by adding more color to meals through... Read more →


published Thursday, October 18, 2012 ON BOTH SIDES OF THE DELAWARE Tips and Snippets BY CNBNEWS STAFF Gloucester Terminal is spending over $2 million to upgrade the security at its site on the Delaware River in Gloucester City NJ. In the first phase of the project a existing chain link fencing will be replaced with Leo Holt, president of Holt Logistics new fencing and new pole mounted lighting will be installed. In the second... Read more →

Authorities Arrest Ian Kibunja, age 28 of Lakeview Apartments on Illegal Drug Charges

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP N.J. October 27,2016--On Tuesday, October 25, 2016, the Gloucester Township Police Special Response Team executed a search warrant in the 500 unit block of Lower Landing Road, Lakeview Apartments after a long-term joint investigation between the Gloucester Township Police Special Investigations Unit and the Camden County Prosecutors Office Suburban Narcotics Task Force. A search of the residence was conducted which yielded Cocaine, Fentanyl, Packaging Material, and approximately $8,0000 in cash. Arrested: Ian Kibunja,... Read more →

Watch: Texas Tech Students Happy That Obamacare Healthcare Premiums are Rising

Watch these people’s reactions to being told with a positive tone that Obamacare Healthcare Premiums are increasing by double digits. This is the first episode from Jimmy Kimmel Live of “Positive Spin” and gives us a glimpse at how clueless some people are when it comes to matters of money and healthcare costs. If you don’t understand this video then you are one of those people. I had a hard time laughing at this as... Read more →

Obituary | Joseph D. Hainsworth of Coatesville, PA, Formerly of Gloucester City

Suddenly on October 6, 2016, of Coatesville, PA; formerly of Gloucester City, NJ. Age 55 years. Beloved son of Marion Hainsworth. Dear father of Angela (Eric) Perysian and grandfather of Angel Marie. Brother of the late Harry Hainsworth. Joseph was a U.S. Army veteran. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his visitation on Monday, October 24, 2016 10 to 11 AM at the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, 250 White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. Memorial service... Read more →

Obituary: Lacy J. Sutton, Sr. age 77 of Gloucester City

On October 26, 2016. Age 77. Of Gloucester City. Born in Aliquippa, PA the son of the late Lacy and Julia (Latone) Sutton. Lacy is survived by his beloved wife, Mary F. Sheridan; loving children, Kelly Mumford (Edward) of Seagertown, PA, Lacy J. Sutton, Jr. of Olympia, WA, Patrick Sutton of Pittsburgh, PA and Colleen Gordon Hinrichsen (Dave) of New Egypt, NJ; grandchildren, Heather Sunday (Jared), Jenna Danka (Jesse), Autumn Hampson (Chad), Griffin Hinrichsen and... Read more →

Delaware Senator Tom Carper Helps Habitat for Humanity

Wilmington, Del. October 25, 2016 – Senator Tom Carper (center with red sweater) put his homebuilding skills to work with Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County (HFHNCC) just before a ceremony today to present a $160,000 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant for HFHNCC’s Walnut Ridge Phase One project, which will consist of four new homes. Homeowners must complete the HFHNCC homeownership training program, including financial and construction classes enabling potential homebuyers to financially and... Read more →

Obituary: Robert J. Hubbs, 83, of Riverside

Robert J. Hubbs On October 26, 2016. Age 83. Of Riverside. Beloved son of the late Arnold and Hazel Hubbs (nee Vennell). Survived by his friends and caregivers at Marcella Center in Burlington. Methodist graveside service with Coast Guard honors will be held on Monday, Oct. 31st at 10 AM in Lakeview Memorial Park. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Robert J. Hubbs. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries may be... Read more →

Obituary: Robert G. Lubansky age 46 of Glendora

Suddenly on October 19, 2016. Age 46. Of Glendora. Loving husband of Tricia A. Lubansky. (nee Gaffney). Loving father of Autumn Veronica, Morgan Helen, Robyn Kimberly and Robert Lubansky, Jr. Cherished son of Bernice Covey and Bruce Smith. Dear brother of Joseph Lubansky, Monica Calabrese, Donna Giacobbio and Sandy Lubansky and many loving nieces and nephews. Funeral service on Monday morning at 10 AM at the McCANN- HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City,... Read more →

N.J. Sierra Club: NJ Transit Should Buy Electric Buses Instead of Dirty Diesel

NJ Transit officials have allowed Officials at Motor Coach Industries to resume production of 1,219 "cruiser" buses. Though it is good that the funding is available after Governor Christie halted $3.5 billion in nonessential construction projects, we are disappointed that these buses are not electric. Bus production has resumed now that Christie signed the Transportation Trust Fund bill. The $712 million allocated from the trust fund is for 1,394 buses, of which 1,104 have been... Read more →

Union N.J. Business Recalling Chicken and Pork Bologna Products Due to Misbranding

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 2016 – Gaiser’s European Style Provision Inc., a Union, N.J. establishment, is recalling approximately 3,895 pounds of chicken and pork bologna products due to misbranding, undeclared allergens, and being formulated with meat and poultry products that were not federally inspected, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The products may contain nonfat dry milk, a known allergen which is not declared on the finished product label.... Read more →

CNB Medical: A New Look At Vitamin D

Newswise — October 18, 2016/Novato, California: A simple Google search for “what does vitamin D do?” highlights the widely used dietary supplement’s role in regulating calcium absorption and promoting bone growth. But now it appears that vitamin D has much wider effects – at least in the nematode worm, C. elegans. Research at the Buck Institute shows that vitamin D works through genes known to influence longevity and impacts processes associated with many human age-related... Read more →

CNB Business: What's NEW in the Wildwoods

RELATED: CNB BUSINESS NEWS Here's what’s new in the Wildwoods for 2016...please check back for updates! EVENTS: Oct. 29: Wildwood Food Truck Festival RESTAURANTS: ~Backfin Blues Bar & Grill: 517 West Rio Grande Avenue, Wildwood ~Colleen's By The Sea: 222 East Schellenger Avenue, Wildwood ~Fresh on Fifth: 100 East 5th Avenue, North Wildwood ~Homemade at the Canteen: 4200 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood ~Hot Commodity Cafe: 310 Rio Grande Avenue, Wildwood ~Lemma’s Beach Grill: 9103 Atlantic Avenue,... Read more →

Commentary: Daily News and New York Times Show Bias

Bill Donohue | The Catholic League October 26, 2016 Bill Donohue comments on biased reporting by two New York dailies: We have repeatedly said that the vast majority of media outlets and pundits who dwell on priestly sexual abuse—a problem that occurred mostly between the mid-1960s and the mid-1980s—are not seriously interested in the sexual abuse of minors. One way to prove this is to review how the media cover this issue when the victimizers... Read more →


Thursday, October 25, 2012 Sound Off: After reading the Courier Post article by Lucas Murray about Gloucester City fining owners of unkempt properties, I found my experience to be totally opposite. From May 16 to August 17 I have made 24 phone calls to City officials, mainly Inspector Joe Stecklair, Jack Lipsett and Mayor William James, concerning the two properties bordering my home in Gloucester Heights. Both properties fit the description city officials claim to... Read more →

Have a Halloween adventure with First State Heritage Park’s ‘Dark Dover’ tours

Oct. 28-29 DOVER (Oct. 26) – One of First State Heritage Park’s most popular events returns to The Green at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29 for the Halloween weekend. During the park’s Dark Dover program, visitors will witness firsthand the chilling true stories of gruesome murders and public whippings, and encounter characters whose legends have left their sinister imprint on The Green in Dover. Eighteenth-century judge Samuel Chew... Read more →


The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is sponsoring an eight day pilgrimage to Fátima and Lourdes during this spe­cial 100th anniversary year of the apparition of the Blessed Mother. The trip, led by Reverend G. Dennis Gill, Director of the Office for Divine Worship and Rector of the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, will tour several towns and shrines throughout Portugal, Spain and France where Our Lady appeared. The pilgrimage will feature adoration in Saint... Read more →


Commission Schedules Public Hearing on Nov. 9, Urges Efficient Water Use and Public Cooperation With State-Issued Alerts WEST TRENTON, N.J. (Oct. 26) – Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) Executive Director Steve Tambini today announced that storage levels in two reservoirs in the Schuylkill and Lehigh river valleys of Pennsylvania are quickly approaching levels that would require the commission to issue a lower basin drought warning unless the region receives much-needed rainfall. The DRBC’s primary drought... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA, PA -- More than 30 large boxes of non-perishable food items were donated to the South Jersey Food Bank (SJFB) at a recent leadership outing held at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center. SJFB Chief Development Officer Tom Sims (left) is shown here with Kennedy Health President & CEO Joseph W. Devine, who made the presentation to SJFB, Kennedy’s Charity of Choice. The food will be distributed to South Jersey residents in need, including patients of Kennedy... Read more →

Judicial Watch: Hillary Clinton's New Emails Raise More Questions About Her Sworn Testimony

Clinton’s October 13 Sworn Statement: She ‘Does not Recall’ Communicating with Pagliano about Emails (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released new State Department documents, which were uncovered by the FBI in its investigation of Clinton and her use of the system. The emails reveal direct communications between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her top IT specialist, Bryan Pagliano, about management problems. Last week, Clinton claimed under oath to Judicial Watch... Read more →

CNB Crime: Union City Inspector Sentenced to Prison for Rigging Bids on Community Projects

NEWARK, N.J. – An inspector at the Union City Community Development Agency (UCCDA) was sentenced today to 20 months in prison for conspiring with contractors to rig the selection process for home improvement, sidewalk replacement and other projects, causing losses of at least $307,000, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Johnny Garces, 53, of Union City, New Jersey, previously pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge William H. Walls to an information charging him with one... Read more →

CNB Medical: Skin patch to treat peanut allergy shows benefit in children

A wearable patch that delivers small amounts of peanut protein through the skin shows promise for treating children and young adults with peanut allergy, with greater benefits for younger children, according to one-year results from an ongoing clinical trial. The treatment, called epicutaneous immunotherapy or EPIT, was safe and well-tolerated, and nearly all participants used the skin patch daily as directed. The ongoing trial is sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases... Read more →

Maryland Man Admits Stealing Works Of Art And Selling Them In Southern New Jersey

CAMDEN, N.J. - A Rock Hall, Maryland, man today admitted stealing at least 40 pieces of art and bringing them to New Jersey to sell them, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. William C. Reed III, 42, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Robert B. Kugler in Camden federal court to an information charging him with one count of interstate transportation of stolen property. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in... Read more →


COLLINGSWOOD N.J. OCTOBER 26, 2016--Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and Collingswood Police Department are seeking two men who committed an armed robbery in Collingswood yesterday, October 25, 2016. The robbers entered Ames Drug Store at 701 W. Collings Avenue around 11:30 a.m. and held employees and customers at gunpoint. After taking an undisclosed quantity of prescription medication, the robbers left on foot heading west on Richey Avenue . No injuries were reported. The incident was captured... Read more →

CNB October 2012 Archives: 1957 Gloucester VFW Colts

by Alan Mester GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-(cnbnewsnet)It's football season and time to go down Memory Lane back to 1957 and the Gloucester VFW Colts (110 lb weight limit) -- possibly the best football team to ever play under the Gloucester CITY banner. Not only were the Colts undefeated, but also unscored upon. In fact, a challenge to play any team in the nation (same age/weight class) was broadcast on the TODAY SHOW with Dave Garroway. There... Read more →

More Voters Than Ever Want Term Limits for Congress - Rasmussen Reports™

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is calling for term limits on members of Congress even though his party currently controls both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Voters agree more strongly than ever with the need for term limits but also still doubt Congress will go along with them. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 74% of Likely U.S. Voters favor establishing term limits for all members... Read more →

Governor Wolf Signs Bill Strengthening Domestic Violence Laws

October 26, 2016 Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Wolf signed a bill sponsored by Representative Becky Corbin that amend Title 19 (Crimes and Offenses) to include strangulation as a form of assault. Prior to the signing of this bill, there was no criminal statute specifically addressing the act of intentionally impeding or interfering with a person’s breathing or circulation. “By signing this bill, I hope to prevent acts of non-lethal strangulation from later becoming domestic... Read more →

Rider Baseball: Team Cranberry Wins

LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ (October 26, 2016)--—Once again Team Cranberry won the annual Cranberry and Black Series, the 13th annual series of inter-squad games that brings an official end to Rider University Fall Baseball. This year the normal best-of-five series was changed to a best-of-three series due to several key pitchers being shut down for the fall. Team Cranberry won the first two games, 8-7 and 4-2, to win for the ninth time. Team Cranberry has now... Read more →

Obituary: Bernard F. Pine age 71 of Gloucester City

On October 22, 2016. Age 71. Of Gloucester City. Loving companion of Evelyn Weaver. Loving brother of Mary Woeller, Anna Young, Betsy Ziegler and Viola Miloszenski. At his request, services are private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Bernard F. Pine. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries may be made through: McCann-Healey Funeral Home, Gloucester City, NJ. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Obituary | Marion K. Potter of West Collingswood

(nee Quigley) On October 22, 2016, of West Collingswood, NJ. Age 93 years. Beloved wife of the late George Potter. Dear mother of Carol Kohm, Kathy (Lou) Yard, Dr. James (Jennifer), Thomas, Robert and Janet Pidliskey. Loving grandmother of Jennifer, Joseph, Ronald, Jeffrey, Kevin, Joseph Jr. and James and great grandmother of Bryce, Petra and Lexie. She is also lovingly survived by her sister, Sara Pfeffer and many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Potter was very... Read more →

N.J. Sierra Club Against the Privatization Plans for Norvin Green State Forest

press release OCTOBER 26, 2016--The DEP plans to privatize Green Acres open space by leasing out part of Norvin Green State Forest for a mountain bike park in West Milford. They are requesting bids for a private operator to manage the state's first park for mountain bike riders, which would be located at the site of a former drive-through jungle safari in Passaic County in the 1970s. The Request for Proposals is seeking an operator... Read more →

Sixers 2016-17 Predictions

Austin Darrow | CNBNewsnet PHILADELPHIA PA--When’s the last time the Sixers were this hyped up? The season opener is tonight and even though there’s no more Ben Simmons in the mix, the game is still more anticipated than it has been in recent memory. Also Nerlens Noel has been shelved and Jahlil Okafor is experiencing knee soreness. With that the home opener tonight is against a tough Oklahoma City Thunder, who is out to prove... Read more →

Deptford man pleads to child porn distribution

press release Stephen H. Dempsey (DOB 10/29/76), of Deptford Township NJ pleaded guilty today (10/24) to a charge of second-degree endangering the welfare of a child by distribution of child pornography. In a negotiated plea, Assistant Gloucester County Prosecutor Alec Gutierrez will recommend that Dempsey be sentenced to five years in New Jersey state prison. Superior Court Judge Kevin T. Smith scheduled sentencing for 1/20/17. The Deptford Township Police Department and the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s... Read more →


CAPE MAY, N.J. October 24, 2016– Coast Guard Training Center Cape May played host to a group of foreign military visitors, Monday, as part of the group’s tour of Coast Guard commands and facilities. Twenty-seven countries were represented in the class, which is organized and sponsored by the International Division of the Resident Training Branch at Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown, Va. The class is a 16-week immersion into the Coast Guard, but also offers... Read more →

Hofstra University Students from N.J. Volunteer at the 2016 Presidential Debate

HEMPSTEAD, NY (10/24/2016)-- Almost 400 students worked as volunteers in areas ranging from media and production to credentialing and ticket distribution during the first presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, held at Hofstra University on Sept. 26, 2016. Along with a month-long series of panels discussions, lectures and performances on important election issues, the volunteer opportunity provided a once-in-a-lifetime educational experience that inspired students to engage in the democratic process and embrace... Read more →

N.J. Sex Offenders Data

Before Halloween check the registry for sex offenders in your community provided by the New Jersey State Police source NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE This information is being made available on the Internet to facilitate public access to information about persons who have committed a sex offense, to enable you to take appropriate precautions to protect yourself and those in your care from possible harm. Public access to registry information is intended solely for the protection... Read more →

Revised recommendations incorporate latest research on sleep-related risks to infants

Federal agencies concerned with infant health and welfare today announced their support of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) updated recommendations on safe infant sleep. The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, part of the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(link is external), and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau(link is external) of the Health Resources and Services Administration urge everyone who cares for infants... Read more →

Sicklerville Man Arrested on Illegal Drug Sales

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP N.J. (October 25, 2016) Today, Winslow Township Narcotics Detectives and the Camden County Suburban Narcotics Task Force, with assistance from the Camden County Sheriffs Dept S.E.R.T., executed a search warrant in the unit block of Linden Ct., in the Sicklerville Section of Winslow Twp. This search warrant was executed after a month long investigation into heroin sales from that residence. As a result of the search warrant, detectives seized 107 individually packaged baggies... Read more →

Cape May County Authorities Arrest Two on Weapon and CDS Possession

Cape May Court House, October 25, 2016 – Cape May County Prosecutor Robert Taylor and Middle Township Police Chief Christopher Leusner announce the arrests of Andrew Dagostions Jr., 34, of Green Creek and Samuel Fazen, 41, of the Villas. On October 23, 2016, at approximately 9:30pm, Patrolman Brain Murphy conducted a motor vehicle stop in the area of Woodcock lane in the Dias Creek section of Middle Township. During the motor vehicle stop officers observed... Read more →

Halloween Events in The Wildwoods

On Saturday, October 29, it’s the North Wildwood Trunk-or-Treat event from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Olde New Jersey Avenue between 2nd and Walnut Avenues in North Wildwood. Parents are encouraged to bring their vehicles decorated for Halloween. Children will come in costume and visit each car where families will provide treats from the trunks of their cars. There will be no judging of the children's costumes, but prizes will be awarded to the... Read more →

Election 2016: Hillary Leads Donald in Nevada | Rasmussen Reports™

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 With just two weeks left until Election Day, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in the key state of Nevada. A new KTNV-TV 13 Action News/Rasmussen Reports telephone and online survey of Likely Nevada Voters shows Clinton picking up 46% support to Trump’s 42%. That’s a shift from September when Trump held a narrow 42% to 39% edge over Clinton. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson now draws just five percent (5%) of the... Read more →


CNBNews Tips and Snippets William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet The operator on the mini barge is sucking up sediment/sludge from the harbor which is pumped through hoses to a bladder bag on shore. The sludge/sediment is separated from the water which flows back through hoses into the river (photo credit CNBNewsnet) ON THE RIVERFRONT— The long overdue dredging of the Gloucester City Marina, A large bladder bag containing the sediment and sludge from the... Read more →

CNB Business News:

The Wildwoods Tourism Authority's John Siciliano Named Among Top 6 Finalists in NJBIZ CFO of the Year Award

English: Wildwood Crest Sunset on the back bay as seen from Two Mile Landing. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) RELATED: CNB BUSINESS NEWS The Wildwoods, NJ – – The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority’s (GWTIDA) John Siciliano was named a finalist in the ‘Best Growth Manager’ category for the NJBIZ CFO of the Year Award for 2016. The 2016 NJBIZ CFO of the Year Awards program celebrates those New Jersey financial executives who contribute to... Read more →

Guest Opinion:Catholic Left Mixing Church and State

Bill Donohue | The Catholic League October 24, 2016 Bill Donohue comments on the latest Wikileaks email exchanges between John Podesta and one of his "Catholic" groups: Previous Wikileaks emails show that John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, created Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good as a Catholic front group to push for a "revolution" within the Catholic Church. The latest batch of Wikileaks emails show how Podesta colluded with Catholics in Alliance in... Read more →

Drexel Women’s Care Center Improving Female Genital Cutting-Health Services In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA PA-Newswise — With a rapidly growing immigrant population, Philadelphia ranks seventh among major U.S. cities with the highest prevalence — up to 16,500 — of women and girls impacted by female genital cutting (FGC). The practice includes the partial or total removal of external genitals, for cultural or other nonmedical reasons, and can lead to long-term social and health effects, especially related to childbirth. FGC affects over 200 million women and girls worldwide, primarily... Read more →

How Obama’s Post-Presidency Could Affect Your State Legislature

Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / October 23, 2016 | THE DAILY SIGNAL During his final State of the Union address, President Barack Obama insisted that one means of ending the nation’s polarized political environment is changing how the states draw congressional and state legislative districts. “If we want a better politics, it’s not enough just to change a congressman or change a senator or even change a president. We have to change the system to... Read more →