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Alliance for Free Citizens Pleased with U.S. Supreme Court Decision

6-justice majority blocks Biden's vaccine mandate (Fairfax, Virginia) - On Thursday the Alliance for Free Citizens, a national grassroots organization dedicated to the restoration of constitutional principles, gained a major victory in the United States Supreme Court alongside other allied challengers. A 6-3 majority granted the petitioners' request to stay President Joe Biden's OSHA-enforced COVID-19 vaccine mandate while it is being reviewed in the 6th Circuit and potentially again by the Supreme Court. Holding that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration lacked the statutory authority to issue the mandate, the Court stated: “The agency claims the power to force 84... Read more →


NJ Takes Abortion One Step Further; Pre-born Child Doesn't Have Any Rights in the Garden State

source LiveActions...(CNBNews see video below) +++++ N.J. bill codifying abortion access signed into law By EmmaLee Italia - TRENTON, NJ-(January 13, 2022)--The Freedom of Reproductive Choice Act – the legislative push to enshrine and expand abortion rights in New Jersey – was signed into law Jan. 13 by Gov. Phil Murphy. The law, which passed in the State Legislature Jan. 10 by wide margins, codifies the New Jersey Supreme Court’s 1982 decision to affirm the right to abortion. “This law departs from the fundamental Catholic teaching that all life is sacred from conception to natural death,” the state’s Catholic Bishops... Read more →


NJ Political News: Assemblyman Louis Greenwald takes the oath of office, 1st Elected 26 Years Ago

(TRENTON NJ) (January 12, 2022)(CNBNews)– Assemblyman Louis Greenwald took the oath of office for his sixth consecutive term as Assembly Majority Leader. He has represented constituents in Camden and Burlington Counties for the past 26 years and will continue to serve his fellow New Jersey residents in the 220th legislative session. The Assembly gathered in the Trenton War Memorial on Tuesday to welcome new members and recognize returning members during the biennial Reorganization. During the ceremony, Majority Leader Greenwald remarked on his legislative career and those who inspired and shaped his government service. “Being a public servant is about reaching... Read more →


Senator Bucco: Gov Murphy Taking NJ Backwards by Declaring New Public Health Emergency

TRENTON, NJ--(January 12, 2022)(CNBNewsnet) Anthony M. Bucco said Governor Phil Murphy has taken New Jersey backward by declaring a new “Public Health Emergency” related to COVID-19: “While Governor Murphy always talks about moving New Jersey ‘forward,’ he’s taking a giant leap backward by reinstating a new public health emergency,” said Bucco (R-25). “Despite what the governor has said, his action was not taken ‘in consultation with the Legislature.’ His own party said they weren’t consulted, and neither were Republicans. In fact, the Legislature chose to not extend his emergency powers when given the opportunity yesterday. Governor Murphy’s decision both circumvents... Read more →


Gloucester City Republicans Announce Names of Candidates for November 2022 Election

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 10, 2021)(CNBNews)--Republican Jason Fanning, a Gloucester City resident, and business owner released the following statement today pertaining to the November 8, 2022, municipal election for the city council. This past November Fanning ran an unsuccessful race against Democrat Rob Page for the one year unexpired at large seat. Fanning has not given up. His statement reads as follows; Gloucester City, I come to you to say, "Those who don’t change their mind, don’t change anything." We, as a nation, have been divided for so long and for so many reasons that don’t benefit us. That division... Read more →


GROWING UP IN GLOUCESTER CITY:

The Year 1961, Residents Defeat School Budget, Not Once but Twice

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 10, 2022)--The articles below are from the Gloucester City Democrat newspaper dated November 4, 1961. Does anyone know the last time the School Budget was defeated by Gloucester City residents? Why would the local Democrats publish a newspaper? Don't know the answer to the first question. But the reason the local Democrats were publishing their paper was that they felt the editor of the Gloucester City News at that time, George F. Cleary Sr., wasn't printing their side of the story. They did the same some 20 plus years later when yours truly was the editor... Read more →


*Comment Restrictions: You Must Provide A Working Email Address/Name Will Be Published

Gloucestercitynews.net/CNBNewsnet comment rules, subject to change. Starting immediately we will no longer accept comments with an anonymous name. No further comments will be published with just a first name or with a made up name. Your submitted remark must contain your full name and a working email address. If you believe in what you wrote you should be willing to back it up with your full name. We feel that people, who in the past were able to hide behind a computer screen, won’t be so embolden to viciously attack an opposing point of view now that their name is... Read more →


President Biden and Former President Trump Give Their Opinions on the Anniversary of the January 6 Riots

BIDEN'S VIDEO BELOW +++++ Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, responds to President Joe Biden's remarks pertaining to the one-year anniversary of the January 6, 2021 takeover of the Capitol Building by protestors. What we witnessed yesterday was the last gasps of a corrupt and discredited left-wing political and media establishment that has, for decades, driven our country into the ground—shipping away our jobs, surrendering our strength, sacrificing our sovereignty, attacking our history and values, and trying to turn America into a country that our people can barely recognize. These radical leftists in Washington care NOTHING... Read more →


Some Gloucester County Democrats Have Taken Political Pettiness Against The County GOP To A New Low

The 20 Years Of Gloucester County Democrat Pettiness Has To Stop MULLICA HILL – From imposing Statehouse like COVID testing and mask mandates three days before new Commissioners are sworn in to moving the Sheriff’s office the Democrats who still control Gloucester County government have taken political pettiness to a whole new low and Gloucester County Republicans have renewed their call for it to stop. “A certain level of political gamesmanship, like putting the offices of Commissioners-Elect Chris Konawel and Nick DeSilvio in the basement with the mice is to be expected,” Gloucester County GOP consultant Steve Kush said. “It’s... Read more →


More Monies Coming to NJ Schools if Legislature Approves

The Murphy Administration is recommending $5.15 million in awards for this round of SOCFBA The projects will now go to the Legislature for final approval TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy and Acting Commissioner of Education Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan today submitted the second round of Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act (SOCFBA) school security project recommendations to the Legislature for approval. If approved, the projects submitted to the Legislature will provide districts across the state with approximately $5.15 million in funding for school security upgrades including the installation of silent panic alarms to alert law enforcement during an emergency as required... Read more →


NEW JERSEY POLITICS: De Gregorio: “Nothing Will Stop Me from Defending My Home”

FAIR LAWN – Wednesday, December 22, Nick De Gregorio, a Marine Veteran and Republican Candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s Fifth Congressional District, released the following statement in response to the newly-drawn New Jersey Congressional map: “With President Biden’s approval tanking and inflation on the rise, Josh Gottheimer had no choice but to beg his allies on the Redistricting Commission to bail him out with a grossly gerrymandered map,” said De Gregorio. “But if Gottheimer and his cronies thought they could intimidate me from running, they were dead wrong. I am running, and I will win. “The Democrats’ radical agenda... Read more →


The City of Brotherly Love Not Safe for Anyone Including a U.S. Congresswoman

The Congresswoman's car looks like this one. Two thieves stole the vehicle today around 3 PM PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 22, 2021)--On Wednesday, December 22, 2021, at approximately 2:46 pm, on the 1900 block of Pattison Ave, US Congress Woman Mary Gay Scanlon was walking to her car when she was approached by two unknown Black males approximately 20-30 years of age. The armed males approached the victim and demanded the keys to her vehicle - a blue 2017 Acura MDX. The victim handed over the keys to her vehicle, at which point one of the two offenders drove off in... Read more →


MORE BABIES TO DIE! Biden Issues Rule Allowing Deadly Abortion Drugs by Mail

Federal Government Cowers from Responsibility to Regulate Drug Safety Under Pressure from Abortion Industry Washington, D.C. – Today, the FDA released new rules loosening the safety regulations related to the dispensation of the abortion-causing drug Mifepristone. Lila Rose, Founder & President of Live Action released the following statement: The Left's new position on late-term abortion is radical and dangerous Image courtesy of the Courier-Journal “The trauma of an at-home abortion not only destroys the life of a preborn child and all her limitless potential, but also puts her mother at grave medical risk. Because of the FDA’s unscientific and dangerous... Read more →


Elizabeth A. Rodgers, of Gloucester City, Crossing Guard, Episcopal Church Member

Sometimes, during this life, we move lightly and as I lay me down to slumber, all I need is one more number. When, to the next game I go, I pray the Lord I yell… BINGO! Elizabeth A. Rodgers (nee Clifford) walked by faith, not by sight and filled her days with game shows, puzzle books and soap operas. She was a strong mother and wife who was happy to help anyone. On Friday, December 10, 2021, after 85 years, Elizabeth moved to the border of heaven and earth. You know that place between awake and asleep, but where you... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Interview with Rasmussen: “Illusion of Competence” Shattered Post-Afghanistan Debacle For Biden

By Marc Ang Opinion research polling has been used over the last two decades as fodder for partisan cheer leading and food fights. But the importance of data based decisions rarely gets airplay. I had the privilege of sitting down with top pollster Scott Rasmussen who has nailed every election except 2012. Here are some highlights from my conversation with Scott. The State of Polling “People think polls they agree with are brilliant and polls they disagree with are horrible. There is an overlooked discussion of polls. For a long time, the best way to conduct a poll was through... Read more →


Delaware Supreme Court Says University Must Explain Why Biden's Senate Records Are Locked

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced that the Delaware Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the University of Delaware must provide more information justifying its decision to keep secret its deal to house and restrict access to the U.S. Senate records of President Joe Biden. The Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Delaware Superior Court and found that the University of Delaware had not carried its burden justifying its refusal to produce records. The case returns to the Delaware Superior Court for further proceedings. The Daily Caller News Foundation and Judicial Watch initially filed the July 2020 state Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)... Read more →


Judicial Watch Receives Incident Report Pertaining to Ashley Biden's Found Diary

Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it received a 6-page incident report and bodycam footage from the Delray Beach, FL, Police Department, detailing the turnover of records related to the diary and/or other property of Ashley Biden, daughter of President Joe Biden. According to the incident report, an attorney turned in “possibly stolen luggage” to the Delray Beach PD which contained “documents and envelopes in folders” with the name Ashley Biden. The Delray Beach PD included bodycam footage of an attorney handing over the items. The Delray Beach PD also noted in the incident report that the FBI... Read more →


Gloucester County GOP: Lisa Carney Must Apologize for Race-Based Attacks on County Commissioner DeSilvio

Non-Negotiable: Chamber Of Commerce Immediate Past Chair Must Apologize And Resign Position Of Authority Chamber executive committee member has spent two years attacking Republicans on social media MULLICA HILL – The Gloucester County Republican organization is recommending their recently elected officials not accept an invitation from the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce to attend its 20th Annual State of the County Breakfast until the Chamber’s immediate past chair and executive committee member Lisa Carney apologizes and resigns for race-based attacks on County Commissioner-Elect Nick DeSilvio. “Our message to the Chamber of Commerce is simple, start acting like a nonpartisan organization... Read more →


Durr renews call for investigation into nursing home deaths

Idiocy Was Ordering COVID Positive Patients Into Nursing Homes LOGAN TOWNSHIP – Responding to reports that Governor Phil Murphy referred to Republicans who refused to comply with the State House mandate of proof of vaccination or negative test result as “idiocy” and “unforgivable” state Senator-Elect Ed Durr renewed his call for a bipartisan investigation into the 10,000 nursing home deaths caused by Governor Phil Murphy’s orders. “Governor Phil Murphy is the last person who should be using words like ‘idiocy’ and ‘unforgivable’ to describe anyone,” state Senator-Elect Ed Durr said. “Idiocy was ordering COVID positive patients into nursing homes despite... Read more →


Durr calls for immediate investigation into nursing home deaths  

Suddenly The DCCC Cares About “Basic Public Safety Measures” LOGAN TOWNSHIP – State Senator-Elect Ed Durr today said that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) picked a convenient time to start caring about basic public safety measures. At issue is a spokesman for the DCCC yesterday who chose to attack state Senator Tom Kean, Jr for supporting a legal challenge filed by Republicans to stop a policy designed to restrict access to the State House by the public and legislators. The DCCC spokesman, in a statement, said, “Over 28,000 New Jerseyans have tragically lost their lives from COVID and Tom... Read more →


Poor Gov. Murphy Earned Less Than $1M in 2020; Down from $7M in 2017

T.A. DeFeo / The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Gov. Phil Murphy and his wife earned more than $982,600 and paid more than $445,000 in state and federal taxes in 2020. That’s according to tax forms prepared on the governor’s behalf before his re-election earlier this month but released this week. Murphy, a Democrat, narrowly defeated former Republican Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli this month to hang on to his office. He became the first Democratic governor since Brendan Byrne in 1977 to win re-election in New Jersey. The tax numbers released by Murphy’s office show the governor’s adjusted gross... Read more →


FOR ETHICS VIOLATION:

Woodlynne Councilman Pablo Fuentes Fined, Brother of Camden City Deputy Clerk & Past Woodlynne Mayor

COUNCILMAN PABLO FUENTES VOTED 17 TIMES TO APPROVE HIS WIFE FOR BOROUGH JOBS AND POSITIONS...What's Wrong With That !!! ~CNBNews WOODLYNNE, NJ--(December 2, 2021)(CNBNews)--Woodlynne Councilman Pablo Fuentes is facing a fine of $2,300 by the New Jersey Local Finance Board (LFB) for voting 17 times between the years 2020 and 2019 to approve his wife for Borough jobs and appointed positions. The ethics complaint against Fuentes was filed on March 27, 2018, by John Paff and the New Jersey Libertarian Party. According to the Notice of Violation, Fuentes did not respond to the complaint’s allegations. Path said if Fuentes wants... Read more →


An Interview With Steve Sweeney

‘Until the day I die’: Sweeney Was An Emotional Leader For NJ Disability Community Written by Gene Myers NorthJersey.com This editorial was shared to CNBNews of Gloucester City, by Senator Steve Sweeney’s Office, Trenton, NJ Before his stunning defeat this month, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney had earned an image as a political brawler. The ironworker-turned-politician was said to bench press 400 pounds and locked horns publicly with state workers unions and Gov. Phil Murphy, a fellow Democrat. In 2019, he roasted then-Gov. Chris Christie with a memorable if unprintable epithet after a budget fight. But there's another side... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY (Chapter III):

Medicare Coverage Plans

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor There are only a few days left before those of us who are over 65 or disabled can change Medicare coverage plans. This is a very difficult decision. There are many health insurance companies who will provide coverage, usually better than the government's, but at a premium. The government's plan leaves a lot to be desired. To start, let's look at what Medicare does not cover.1 1. Medical needs incurred outside the United States. If you plan to travel and you have kept the government's plan, make sure to buy travel insurance. Although it... Read more →


BOOK REVIEW: Seven Top Political Stories of 2021

NEW YORK, NY, November 26, 2021 — Will the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election and the second year of the COVID pandemic prove that 2021 will be one of the most tumultuous political years in recent history? According to Seth David Radwell, a critically-acclaimed expert on the history of politics, and author of the Amazon bestseller American Schism: How the Two Enlightenments Hold the Secret to Healing Our Nation (Greenleaf Book Group), here is a compilation of some of the most controversial 2021 political subjects of today—contextualized in the country’s history as detailed in Radwell’s book—that will have a... Read more →


Gloucester County GOP Calls On Chamber Of Commerce Member To Resign

Chamber executive committee member continues to attack Republicans on social media MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante today called on a member of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce’s executive committee, immediate past chair, Lisa Carney to resign from her leadership role with the Chamber. For two consecutive years Gloucester County Republicans chose to skip Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce Meet the Candidates events because of Carney’s insistence on attacking County Commissioner-Elect Nick DeSilvio and other Republicans on social media. “For years Republican candidates have complained of unfair treatment at Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce events. We... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Introducing the States Reform Act

This week, we introduced one of the most anticipated pieces of legislation addressing cannabis reform at the federal level. CNBC has called it “passable,” and it’s been endorsed by Republican and Democrat groups around the country just in its first few days. On Monday, we introduced the States Reform Act, a bill seeking to end the criminalization of cannabis in the U.S. in a manner consistent with the rights of states to determine what level of cannabis reform each state wants to regulate, or not. For example. South Carolina permits hemp and CBD, Florida has medical, other states have adult... Read more →


Norcross Remarks on Build Back Better Vote

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) released the following statement regarding his vote in the House of Representatives to pass H.R. 5376, the Build Back Better Act: “Today, I voted for the Build Back Better Act, a blue-collar blueprint for rebuilding the American middle class. “This historic legislation puts workers and their families first. It was workers who kept us running through the pandemic – from staffing emergency rooms to stocking grocery store shelves – and it is working people who will pull us forward. But despite America’s dependence on hard-working families – they have gotten a... Read more →


Durham Exposes Clinton Connections Behind  “Steele Dossier”

Targeting Trump: Smear, Raises Questions About Role of FBI, Justice Department BY Micah Morrison is a chief investigative reporter for Judicial Watch. Special Counsel John Durham continues his steady march to the truth about the Russia mess—the sensational allegations of Trump's “collusion” with Russia that disrupted and nearly derailed the Trump presidency. Last month, we reported on the Durham indictment of Clinton campaign adviser Michael Sussman for lying to the FBI about attempts to link Trump to a Kremlin-connected bank. Last week, Durham struck again, exposing the Clinton connections behind the notorious Steele Dossier—the compendium of anonymous smears, supposedly from... Read more →


Senator-Elect Ed Durr Thanks Ciattarelli, Takes Aim At Norcross And Murphy

Durr hopes for an investigation into nursing home COVID deaths LOGAN TOWNSHIP – After listening to Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli’s concession speech state Senator-Elect Ed Durr congratulated Ciattarelli on a great campaign and called on fellow conservatives to move forward and not look backward. “Jack Ciattarelli ran a great race and inspired thousands of Republicans to get active and volunteer on campaigns,” Senator-Elect Durr said. “For that we should all be thankful to Jack.” Durr continued, “Now is not the time to look backward, it is time to move forward. My fellow patriots have to keep the energy Jack... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Residents of Gloucester City, Have we had enough yet?

November, 11th 2021 Gloucester City Republican Committee Residents of Gloucester City, Have we had enough yet? A $10.5M lawsuit against the taxpayers of Gloucester City was just revealed in an article published by William Cleary Sr. of CNBNews on Wednesday. This is unacceptable for the taxpayers of Gloucester City. We have seen increase after increase, and have witnessed little to nothing for our hard-earned money spent. The failures of the leadership of our city are apparent. This is not directed at all, as some have only recently entered the job and this is an issue decades in the making. We... Read more →


THE-37-YEAR HISTORY OF THE FAILED WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT IN GLOUCESTER CITY

UPDATED/CORRECTED Above artist sketch of Gloucester Vista, to be built in the city's Southport zone(the year 2005-06). GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (NOV. 11, 2021)(CNBNews)--Those local politicians involved in this failed project knew along that it would never be built because of the toxic chemicals buried in the ground. They also knew Southport is in a flood zone, the streets leading in and out of those 145 acres become impassable during heavy rainfall. Before a shovel could go into the ground that infrastructure was the first thing that had to be solved. But, it was rarely mentioned by local politicians. RELATED: Compost... Read more →


NEW JERSEY POLITICS: Senator-Elect Ed Durr Says Phil Murphy Is Not What America Is All About

Durr: “I’m going to wait until every legal vote is counted before I declare victory.” LOGAN TOWNSHIP – Upon learning Governor Phil Murphy referred to Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli as “dangerous” for not conceding the election and saying that Ciattarelli was acting in a manner that was “not what America is all about” state Senator-Elect Ed Durr reiterated his position that Phil Murphy is the dangerous guy. “For some reason Governor Phil Murphy has decided to show all of New Jersey how big a hypocrite he is.” State Senator-Elect Ed Durr said, “To refer to anyone who doesn’t concede... Read more →


Senator-Elect Ed Durr Says Phil Murphy Is The Dangerous Guy

Durr: “I’m going to Trenton to make New Jersey better for everyone.” LOGAN TOWNSHIP – Responding to Governor Phil Murphy describing him as a “dangerous guy” state Senator-Elect Ed Durr (R-LD3) said Murphy is the dangerous guy. Senator-Elect Ed Durr said, “Governor Phil Murphy referring to anyone as dangerous is laughable. Murphy’s policies have made New Jersey the most-moved-out-of-state in the nation, closed one-third of our small businesses and killed 10,000 nursing home residents.” “Words I used in the past hurt feelings, and I have apologized because I would never intentionally hurt anyone.” Durr continued, “Phil Murphy’s words, despite being... Read more →


Norcross Breaks Down Infrastructure Funds

Norcross Statement on House Infrastructure Vote WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) released the following statement regarding his vote in the House of Representatives to pass H.R. 3684, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: “The best social program is a good-paying job, and today the Democratic majority in the House voted to make historic and long-overdue investments in infrastructure that will create millions of jobs for hardworking families. Every stretch of asphalt, every concrete pillar, and every mile of broadband will help rebuild our economy help South Jersey families put food on the table, pay for their child’s... Read more →


Proposed Energy Standards Bill Will Be Costly to Manufacturers, Consumers 

NJBIA is testifying before a Senate committee today that legislation requiring minimum energy efficiency standards for certain commercial and residential products will set unrealistic requirements for manufacturers and force consumers to pay higher prices and deal with even longer supply chain delays. The bill, A-5160/S-3324, requires the state to set up-to-date efficiency standards for over a dozen residential and commuter products sold or leased in the state, including air purifiers, commercial appliances, computers, fluorescent lamps, toilets, and water coolers. The standards would be based on a variety of sources including ENERGY STAR and WaterSense specifications. “Energy Star was never intended... Read more →


JOURNALISTS GEORGE MONBIOT, ANURADHA VITTACHI AND NICOLAS ELIADES HAVE LAUNCHED COP26. tv

Through to November 13, COP26.tv will be bringing audiences something no other media outlet is offering: wholly independent content from inside the Glasgow conference centre, from the streets and action hubs around the city, and reaction and contributions from around the world. For twelve hours every day a global team of presenters will be ducking past the soundbites and the grandstanding, sharing real lived experience, interviewing diverse and underrepresented voices, asking the tough questions and confronting complex issues. COP26.tv is the only 12 hour daily live-streamed news and information channel that offers coverage from both inside and outside the climate... Read more →


National Review News Roundup

BY JACK CROWE November 08, 2021 Majority of Americans Don’t Want Biden to Run Again in 2024, New Poll Finds Nearly two-third of Americans don’t want President Biden to run for a second term in 2024, according to a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll. The poll, which was conducted Wednesday through Friday last week, showed 64 percent of respondents do not want Biden to run again, including 28 percent of Democrats. Thirty-nine percent of respondents who voted for Biden last year said they hope he doesn’t run for another term, while 50 percent hope he will run. Meanwhile, Biden’s approval... Read more →


Gloucester County GOP Chair Jacci Vigilante Congratulates Winners

Huge effort by motivated Republicans MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante today congratulated the winners of last week’s election. “It’s entirely possible I am the happiest party Chair in the state,” GCGOP Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante said, “Republicans won seats in Pitman, Woolwich and Gibbstown, re-elected Sam Cassella in Swedesboro and in Elk Township Deputy Mayor Donna Nicholson was re-elected and new-comer Christine Cowan was elected.” “We elected the first African-American sheriff in the history of Gloucester County.” Vigilante continued, “We won both County Commissioner seats. These were the first countywide wins for Republicans in over a decade.”... Read more →


Pitman Councilman-Elect Vince Kelly Apologizes For Insensitive Costume

Kelly apologizes; hopes to meet with Pitman Anti-Racist Collective PITMAN – Councilman-elect Vince Kelly issued the following statement regarding his wearing blackface as part of a Halloween costume. “In 2008 I purchased and wore a Flavor Flav costume to a Halloween party where guests were expected to dress as a celebrity. At the time Flavor Flav’s yelling of ‘yeah boy’ made him incredibly popular, wearing the costume was a celebration of his fame. “Years later I briefly used the picture as a cover photo on my Facebook page during the Halloween season, changed the picture after the season and frankly... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Thoughts on Recent Local Election

High number of mail-in ballots by the Democrats. First election in a decade that we had opposing candidates for council at large. Results show that people are not happy with the direction the city and country is heading. Strong Democrat towns are switching to Republican candidates….they don’t like their policy of tax and spend. They don’t like big government mandates that interfere with their individual freedoms. People don’t like the Democrat vision of teaching our children about how the white people are all racists in their treatment of minorities and trying to divide us instead of unite us. All three... Read more →


Gubernatorial Election Isn’t Over Yet, Say NJ Republicans

T.A. DeFeo / The Center Square contributor 1 hr ago (The Center Square) – New Jersey Republicans contend the 2021 gubernatorial election is not over. The Associated Press called the race for incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, over Republican challenger and former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli. But Republicans are urging all ballots to be counted before saying the election is settled. A spokesperson for Ciattarelli did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Center Square. While Republicans say the governor's race is not yet settled, they claimed victory in other races. Republicans say they are poised to... Read more →


NJ Senator Elect Ed Durr, Needs Time to Deal with Family Issues

MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante today, in light of the numerous requests for press availability of state Senator-elect Ed Durr, (photo) asked that media give Mr. Durr time to deal with family issues before he is made available for any additional interviews. Jacci Vigilante said, “At this time the Gloucester County GOP and state Senator-elect Ed Durr’s campaign team respectfully request Mr. Durr be given time to deal with family issues before any more press availability. Mr. Durr lost his father less than two weeks ago and is caring for his mother who lives next door.... Read more →


Analysis: Heavy Democratic losses hurt Biden agenda

U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley: 'Voters don’t want what the Democrats are selling' By Casey Harper | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Republicans won convincing victories in many parts of the country on election day, from a clear gubernatorial win in Virginia to a nail-biter in reliably Democratic New Jersey. A “defund the police” initiative was roundly defeated in Minneapolis, and Virginia Republicans also won the lieutenant governor’s race, lead in the attorney general election, and appear to have gained a majority in the state’s House of Delegates. Gloucestercitynews.net files Tuesday's results have raised concerns among some Democrats that... Read more →


THE STEAL CONTINUES: NJ Election Worker Allows Unregistered Voter to Cast a Ballot (Video)

RELATED UPSET!!! Former Gloucester City Resident Edward Durr, Defeats Incumbent Democrat Senate President (Video) ILLEGAL CONDUCT: New Jersey Gubernatorial Election Worker Tells Non-Citizen and Non-Registered Voter She Will Allow Him to ‘Fill Out Completely a Ballot Now’ NJ Election Worker, Essex County: “Remember, we were allowing anyone to come in.” NJ Election Worker, Essex County: “I’ll let you fill out completely a ballot now. Whether or not it’s going to count, I don’t know.” NJ Election Worker, Essex County: “Listen, we’ll let you do it [fill out a ballot].” Project Veritas reached out to Essex County Board of Elections Chairwoman... Read more →


Club for Growth Releases 9 Ads Opposing Biden's New Trillion Dollar Spending Bill

New Ads In 9 Congressional Districts On Biden’s Radical Plan To Raise Taxes & Spend Even More Despite Inflation Washington, D.C. - Club for Growth released new digital ads in nine Congressional districts highlighting the recent inflation and asking constituents to contact their U.S. House Member and ask them to oppose Biden’s Build Back Better reconciliation package. The ads start on Thursday, November 4rd and will run for seven days. The ads are part of a broader, $2.5 million media buy opposing the legislation. “Democrats have never been more disconnected from their constituents who are tired of the constant drumbeat... Read more →


Newsweek: Big Tech Censorship of COVID Information Leads to Mistrust of Government

Big Tech Censorship of COVID Information Leads to Vaccine Hesitancy Newsweek | Mike Davis You may have seen it on TV or in action, up close and personal on social media: Big Tech, at the request of the federal government, has been censoring Americans who ask questions about the COVID vaccines. The unintended consequences of this blatant violation of Americans' First Amendment rights has been a growing mistrust of the government and what it says about the vaccine, resulting in a steady percentage of Americans remaining hesitant to get vaccinated. Everyday Americans are being censored by our social media giants... Read more →


NJ Politics: Polistina, Guardian & Swift Sweep Atlantic County’s Legislative District Two

NORTHFIELD – After totals across Atlantic County were tallied Tuesday night, Senator Vince Polistina and Assemblymembers-elect Don Guardian and Claire Swift declared a full team victory across Legislative District Two’s three seats. “Don, Claire and I are overwhelmed by the amount of support we have received from every corner of the district,” Senator Polistina said. “The polls and pundits might have counted us out, but we zeroed in on winning the most important endorsement of all, from the people of Atlantic County. We look forward to serving our district’s hardworking residents and ushering in much- needed change to Trenton.” “I... Read more →


Nathan DeGrave Describes Inhumane Torture of January 6 Prisoners Held at Washington DC Jail

Disturbing Letter From January 6th Detainee Nathan DeGrave Describes Inhumane Torture of J6 Prisoners WASHINGTON DC (November 2, 2021)--A twitter thread shared by Attorney Brad Geyer presents a letter from J6 detainee Nathan DeGrave. The desperate plea for help describes the despicable treatment of DeGrave and the other detainees. Due to its inhumane conditions, the Washington DC Department of Corrections is otherwise known as “DC’s Gitmo.” According to the letter, many of the inmates prefer Guantanamo Bay over DC’s Gitmo for more acceptable treatment. Despite video footage showing protestors being led inside the Capitol Building by police, the J6 detainees... Read more →


The Unofficial Vote Count for Gloucester City Vacant Council Seat Show Page Won

UPDATED GLOUCESTER CITY,NJ (CNBNews)—The unofficial returns for the council at large seat reveal Page received 1,000 votes and Fanning received 750. Fanning, who provided the numbers to us, said “ Mail in once counted should put that about (unofficial)… 1000 for Page 750 for Fanning 120 for O’Brien. “But Gloucester City went red the rest of the way up the ballot.” he said. Read more →