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November 16, 2020

MVC Centers in Flemington and Rahway Closed

TRENTON – Effective immediately, the Flemington Licensing Center and Rahway Licensing Center are closed, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has announced. At each location, a single employee tested positive for COVID-19. The Flemington Licensing Center will reopen Monday, November 30. The employee who tested positive was last in the Flemington Center on Saturday, November 14. The Rahway Licensing Center will reopen Tuesday, November 24. The employee who tested positive was last in the Rahway Center on Monday, November 9. The Inspection Stations in Flemington and Rahway will remain open, as will Rahway Road Test Operations. These facilities are in separate locations, apart from the Licensing Centers. Five other MVC Centers remain closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19 at each location, and... Read more →


VIDEO: Trump Lawyer Sydney Powell: 'Ready to Overturn Election Results'

NTD News Today- 11/16/2020 Trump: Only Fake News Calls Biden Winner Powell: We’re Ready to Overturn Results Nevadans Protest for Free, Fair Election Californians Rally for Election Integrity Violent Mob Clash With MAGA Supporters GA: Disputes Over Signature Check Claim Lawsuits Against Big Tech Funding Election . Seven Dead in Hong Kong Building Blaze Concerns Grow for Hong Kong Education SpaceX Launch Marks a New Era for NASA Spectators Likely at 2021 Tokyo Olympics RELATED: Great Newspaper, The Epoch Times Read more →


President Trump Wins North Carolina

By Jason Schaumburg | The Center Square (The Center Square) – North Carolina was called for President Donald Trump by The Associated Press on Friday afternoon. Gloucestercitynews.net graphics Trump had held an advantage over presumptive president-elect Joe Biden in North Carolina since election night, but the state accepted mail-in ballots postmarked on or before Election Day through the end of business Thursday. As of Friday afternoon, Trump led Biden 49.9% to 48.6%. The gap between the two was 73,667 votes. More than 5.4 million votes were cast in the race. The AP and several news outlets called the presidential election for Biden on Saturday after Pennsylvania was called for the former vice president. With the win in North Carolina, Trump now has 232 electoral votes... Read more →


Trump Legal Team Rejects Media Reports that Pennsylvania Lawsuit Dropped

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square 8 hrs ago (The Center Square) – President Donald Trump pushed back Monday at reports his campaign was dropping a legal challenge to more than 682,000 ballots cast in the Pennsylvania general election. The Trump campaign is questioning the mainly mail-in ballots, saying they were “deliberately concealed” from Republican observers. The Washington Post reported Sunday that a revised lawsuit removed the challenge. Trump and lead attorney Rudy Giuliani said that was not true in a series of Twitter posts on Monday. The Trump campaign released a statement citing paragraph 4 of the amended complaint: “Allegheny and Philadelphia Counties alone received and processed 682,479 mail-in and absentee ballots without review by the political parties and candidates. These are unprecedented... Read more →


Mildred M. Stubbs., of Gloucester City; Retired PEO for City Police Department

Mildred M. Stubbs (nee Murray) “Mimi” on November 14, 2020 of Gloucester City. Age 79. Beloved wife of the late William J. Stubbs, Sr. Loving mother of the late John J. Thom, Jr. Treasured grandmother of Andrew J. Thom of Voorhees, John J. Thom, III (Lauren) of Deptford, and William A. Thom of Gloucester City. Long time friend of Cindy Clarke. Mimi was a stubborn but loving and bubbly woman who adored her grandsons. She enjoyed computer games, animals and Mickey Mouse. Mimi was proud of the work she did with the Gloucester City Police Department as a Parking Enforcement Officer. Relatives and friends are invited to a viewing on Saturday, November 21, 2020 from 10:00am to 11:30am in The Chapel at BOUCHER FUNERAL HOME,... Read more →


How to bet on the next presidential election

(NOVEMBER 16, 2020)--Bookmakers are happy to provide their members with a comprehensive offer that goes well beyond tradition... Read more →


Gordon H. Muller, Jr., Retired Captain of Bellmawr Police Department, Instructor at NJ Police Institutions

Gordon H. Muller, Jr Gordon H. Muller, Jr., suddenly, on November 10, 2020, of Franklin Twp., formerly of Bellmawr. Age 69. Beloved husband of Karen (nee Petruzzi). Devoted father of Gordon H. Muller, III (Nicole), John Eric Muller and Valerie Deck (Charles). Loving grandfather of Ava, Gia, Cara, Kayla, Todd, Austin, Kyle and Miranda. Dear son of Theresa (nee Geokas) and the late Gordon H. Muller, Sr. Brother-in-law of Lillian and Joseph. Also survived by his faithful companions "Pugsley" and "Shelby." Gordon proudly served in the USMC. He retired as Captain in 2011 after 30 years of service to the Bellmawr Police Department. Gordon "Dr. Death" was an instructor at many New Jersey police institutions for over 40 years. He was an avid outdoorsman and... Read more →


Two Mega Million Winners Each Receive $10,000; Jackpot Rolls to $176 Million

TRENTON (Nov. 16, 2020) – There were two third-tier prizewinning tickets sold for the Friday, November 13, drawing that matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball drawn winning the $10,000 prize. Those tickets were purchased at the following locations: Atlantic County: Jimmie Leeds Convenience, 68 W. Jimmie Leeds Rd., Galloway; and Hudson County: Yugs Liquor, 113 Mallory Ave., Jersey City. In addition to the third-tier prizes won, 27 players matched four of the five white balls drawn making each ticket worth $500. Three of those tickets were purchased with the Megaplier option, multiplying the prizes to $1,000. Moreover, 32,111 other New Jersey players took home $140,594 in prizes ranging from $2 to $400. The winning numbers for the Friday, November... Read more →


CBS New York: One Leg Man Rescues Driver Who Plunged Into The Water (video)

VIDEO: A man didn't think twice about rushing to rescue a driver who plunged into the water off of a park in New Jersey; CBS2's Cory James reports. SOURCE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnFJ3RsbAzM Read more →


How to Choose PDF Converters 

(November 16, 2020)--The purpose of these programs is to transform data from one format to another. Every user needs to do it sooner or later, and the range of possible combinations seems infinite. Some programs allow you to save your work in various formats, but they do not cover everyone’s needs. Here is what you can expect from free and paid conversion products. Sometimes, automation is the only way to transform your files. However, even when manual paths exist, they are often flawed. The integrity of data is the main consideration, as it is often lost in the process. Reliable file converters deliver an accurate result in seconds. All you need is a couple of clicks: choose the file, specify the output format, and launch... Read more →


Los Angeles-Area Man Admits Role in Scheme Arranging Fraudulent ‘Green Card’ Marriages

LOS ANGELES – A San Gabriel Valley man pleaded guilty today to a federal conspiracy charge and admitted that he helped orchestrate a scheme in which Chinese nationals paid up to $60,000 to enter into sham marriages with U.S. citizens in the hope of obtaining "green cards." This case is the result of an undercover investigation by the Los Angeles Document and Benefit Fraud Task Force – which is led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). Chang Yu “Andy” He, 55, of Monterey Park, the owner of Fair Price Immigration Service, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit marriage fraud. According to his plea agreement, from January 2018 to November 2019, He recruited United States citizens to enter into... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Governor Andrew Cuomo's Animus Against Religion Laid Bare

by Bill Donohue | The Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a lawsuit filed by the Diocese of Brooklyn: Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who heads the Diocese of Brooklyn, has a lawsuit before the U.S. Supreme Court that could prove to be historic. The Dictator Governor Andrew Cuomo All reasonable persons understand the right of government to impose limited restrictions on the public during a pandemic, but only unreasonable persons maintain that such powers are boundless. It is more than unreasonable—it is unconstitutional—to target churches and other houses of worship for special treatment. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acted irresponsibly when he placed greater restrictions on churches than he did on hardware stores. That is what the Brooklyn Diocese’s lawsuit contends. By declaring... Read more →


Marijuana Referendums Approved in All Five States

Washington, D.C. (November 16, 2020)--— Arizona, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota have legalized marijuana for adults 21 and older, as voters in each state approved their respective ballot initiatives at the ballot box. South Dakota also passed a medical marijuana initiative and became the first state in American history to enact both policies on the same day. The Marijuana Policy Project was instrumental in the Montana and South Dakota campaigns. “This historic set of victories will place even greater pressure on Congress to address the glaring and untenable conflicts between state and federal laws when it comes to cannabis legalization,” said Steve Hawkins, executive director of the Marijuana Policy Project, which was founded in 1995 and has played a central role in 10 state-level... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Roof Repairs on Avalon Borough Hall to Begin Nov. 23

AVALON, NJ (NOVEMBER 16, 2020)--The replacement of the aging roof on Avalon Borough Hall will begin on November 23, 2020. The Avalon Borough Council has previously awarded the contract for the roof replacement and funds are available in the 2020 municipal budget. During this project, the parking lot behind Avalon Borough Hall will be a partial construction area. As you can see from the graphic above, there are two staging areas that will be used by the contractor. The initial phase of the project will involve the staging area noted in red. When that portion of the project is completed, the red staging area will disappear and the black staging area will occur. The roof on the Avalon Senior Center will also be replaced. Work... Read more →


113 Child Predators Arrested by ICE

WASHINGTON — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) – in collaboration with the Brazil Ministry of Justice and the Public Security (MJSP) Secretariat for Integrated Operation (SEOPI) Cyber Laboratory – arrested 113 alleged child predators across the U.S. and in South America, Nov. 2 to 6, during phase seven of Operation Protected Childhood (OPC VII). OPC VII simultaneously targeted the distributors and producers of child sexual abuse material throughout the Americas. The operation was conducted across multiple ICE HSI domestic field offices and executed in coordination with the agency's Cyber Crimes Center (C3) and with law enforcement counterparts in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, and Panama. "This collaborative effort by ICE's Homeland Security Investigations and its foreign law enforcement partners has put dangerous... Read more →


Black Lives Matter Member Who Sucker Punched Trump Supporter Arrested by Washington DC Police

UPDATED A supporter of President Donald Trump is attacked by anti-Trump demonstrators in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington on Nov. 14, 2020. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images) CNBNews Editor's Note: We had asked for anyone who could provide a copy of the video showing the man who was sucker punched by the suspect Kenneth Wayne Deberry was responsible for starting the fight with the Antifa people and BLM members. Karl Kramer submitted the link below from Twitter. Kramer included this comment with the link "Here is a copy. This took 30 seconds to find. Do your damn job." https://twitter.com/GreggHoush/status/1327779615264415744 We watched the tape several times. The video begins with a unknown man using a megaphone speaker telling people to "Get the fxxx out."... Read more →


The Time Has Come To End Economic Inequities in New Jersey

'The time is now to make New Jersey the most economically inclusive state in the nation.' —John Harmon, President & CEO, African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey The N.J. Chamber and the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey announced today that they are partnering on an initiative in 2021 that will serve as a rallying cry to end economic inequities in New Jersey. The initiative would include a series of receptions around the state to promote diversity and equal economic opportunity, culminating in a statewide dinner on Sept. 23, 2021. The receptions and the dinner will honor people, organizations and companies that have successfully created or expanded diversity and equal economic opportunities across New Jersey. “New Jersey is already one of... Read more →


ICE Launches Billboard Campaign Featuring Dangerous Wanted Criminals

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) launched a billboard campaigntoday in Charlotte to educate the public about the dangers of non-cooperation policies. The billboards feature at-large immigration violators who may pose a public safety threat. These individuals were previously arrested or convicted of crimes in the U.S. but were released into the community instead of being transferred to ICE custody pursuant to an immigration detainer. “Too often sanctuary policies limiting cooperation with ICE result in significant public safety concerns because they release dangerous individuals back into the community we are attempting to protect,” said Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Director Tony H. Pham. “ICE will continue to enforce immigration laws set forth by Congress through the efforts of the men... Read more →


NEW JERSEY SPORTSBOOKS CONTINUE RECORD-SETTING PACE

Cooler weather a boon for online sportsbooks and online casinos, which surpassed $90 million in revenue for first time, according to PlayNJ (ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.) — New Jersey’s online and retail sportsbooks enjoyed their first-ever $800 million month, putting the state on the path to the best year in terms of wagering of any legal jurisdiction, a shocking achievement in such an unusual year, according to PlayNJ analysts. “The record-setting pace has now continued even as October’s sports schedule returned to something more resembling normal, which is a great sign for the industry’s near-term,” said Dustin Gouker, lead analyst at PlayNJ.com. “New Jersey is now clearly the standard-bearer among legal sports jurisdictions, and the state seems to only be widening the gap.” New Jersey’s online... Read more →


Leo and Paul Dignam both City of Philadelphia Officials, Charged with Fraud and Embezzlement

Separately, a City Contractor and Manager of a Meal Program for HIV/AIDS Patients Was also Charged with Theft PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that two brothers, Leo and Paul Dignam, were charged by Information with fraud and embezzlement, and a third person, Barbara Conway, was also charged by Information with theft. Leo Dignam, 61, of Philadelphia, PA, was charged with two counts of wire fraud and one count of embezzling from a program receiving federal funds. Leo’s brother, Paul Dignam, 58, also of Philadelphia, was charged with one count of mail fraud and one count of embezzling from a program receiving federal funds. Barbara Conway, 61, of Drexel Hill, PA, was charged with one count of theft of funds from a... Read more →