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Guest Opinion: Ultimate Disrespect When Kelly Ernby’s Death Is Used To Fight About COVID  

By Marc Ang Tireless grassroots conservative activist and Orange County Deputy DA Kelly Ernby passed a few weeks ago supposedly from COVID complications. The shock reverberated through the Orange County conservative community as one of the GOP’s beloved rising stars, a kind-hearted 46-year-old blonde with a beautiful smile, passed prematurely. Just hours after her passing, opportunistic Republicans were the first jumping out in front of the media, acting like they were best friends with her, providing unverified accounts to the media, saying the death was due to COVID complications. I question the wisdom of that tweet. Why go out right... Read more →


The 3PM Manhattan Gang and Their Meetings

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews A Manhattan Cocktail Seeing John Barron’s name today in the comments section of our page reminded me of the 3 O’clock Manhattan gang that was active in the late 70s and 80s in Gloucester City. It was a select group, made up of longtime businessmen, politicians, and residents. Most every day during the week between 3 and 4 PM they would meet at the Brown Street home of John Lincoln or the Highland Blvd., home of Henry Barron. They would discuss what was happening in Gloucester City and at times what was going on... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: NJBIA Responds to Gov. Murphy's State of the State Address  

New Jersey Business & Industry Association President and CEO Michele Siekerka issued the following statement in response to today’s State of the State address by Gov. Phil Murphy. “As Governor Murphy embarks on his second term, we continue to call for the need of a proactive and comprehensive plan to help New Jersey businesses and the economy, rather than the reactive approach and continuation of the policies that harm our business community. “We acknowledge and appreciate some of the plans that have been put forth by the governor over the past year to assist New Jersey businesses, as well as... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Silent No More...The Left Loses Its Monopoly on Narrative Setting

By Marc Ang Americans are finally getting hip to the mass manipulation by the media. I watched as the media did it’s best to make January 6th a “thing”. But having just taken a road trip across the country, the rank and file voter says otherwise. A recent CBS poll also confirms that a vast majority of Americans do not believe that this was an “insurrection” and are a lot less hyperbolic about it than talking heads on liberal cable shows or the Beltway media. https://www.gloucestercitynews.net (Est. 2006) Perhaps what fascinated me the most was the blatant statements many regular... 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 →


GUEST OPINION: The Attack on White People

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Justifying Racism January 5, 2022 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the growing trend of racism against white people: A long-standing liberal tenet—that we should condemn all forms of prejudice and discrimination equally—came under attack in the 1960s when President Lyndon Johnson decided that equal opportunity was outdated: he said the new goal should be equal outcomes. Ironically, this new thinking, which has since become a staple of liberal thought, was announced at the very moment when equal opportunity was finally emerging, thanks to the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Affirmative action, and the quotas... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Should The State Take Control of Gloucester City?

I'm sorry I didn't know about the Gloucester City Council meeting in time so I wasn't able to attend. GLOUCESTER CITY NEWS BLOG EST 2006 Concerning a vehicle for the Housing Department - years ago I was married to a Construction Official. He used his own vehicle and was re-imbursed for mileage. Later, he was given an old police car which had already been fully depreciated. No new vehicle because there was no need. I have been making subtle hints such as "we need to get adults to run the city" and "I'd hate to see the State of NJ... Read more →


Letter to the Editor: The 20-Year Democrat Experiment Has Failed The People of Gloucester City

Isn’t it time to wake up, Gloucester City? The 20 year Democrat experiment has failed you, just like it has failed everywhere else it has been tried. The only glue holding this City together is the spirit of the people living here, and with what has escalated to a 25.5 MILLION DOLLAR budget YOU deserve better. There are doubts about the quality of our water, safe or not, the fact remains that it is undrinkable because it tastes horrible. Many of our streets are terrible. A significant amount of our streetlights don’t work. Trash accumulates in unsightly ways. The budget... Read more →


Open Letter To NEA President

Catholic League president Bill Donohue issued the following open letter today to the president of the National Education Association regarding a senior member of the organization who is calling for innocent Americans to be shot. He has also written separately to DA Jack Daneri. December 8, 2021 Ms. Rebecca S. Pringle President National Education Association 1201 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036-3290 Dear Ms. Pringle: Your role as president of the National Education Association is pivotal, and that is why I am urging you to remove Mollie Paige Mumau from the board of directors of the NEA; she is employed... Read more →


Letters to the Editor:

Hopefully the Newly Elected City Mayor and Councilman Can Stop Taxes from Rising...Again!

I had the good fortune to take in the wonderful Ventnor Christmas parade this evening with my son, followed by pizza for dinner at one of the MANY pizza shops to choose from. We are now winding down by the tree with Christmas music in our condo in Margate, and I was saddened by how much we have moved our festivities away from Gloucester City, our primary residence, and directed them in this direction. I’m aware there are demographical differences between the two, but the fact remains that Gloucester City has increased its budget in 9 years from $18m to... Read more →


Gloucester City's Waterfront Remains Undeveloped, and is Wasting Away

SEE VIDEO BELOW William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews This past month a $10.5 million lawsuit was filed against the City of Gloucester City by Rocco D'Antonio, who was the developer of the proposed Organic Diversions Compost Plant in the Southport section of the City. The City in return counter sued the developer. The project was first announced in 2010 at a December 22 council meeting, at the time Mayor William James (now deceased) said a letter of intent was signed with D'Antonio to build the food-waste-to-energy facility at a cost of $30 million. The project was expected to generate... Read more →


CNBNews Archives:

A Good Idea For Gloucester City's Riverfront! ...How About A Nine-Hole Golf Course?

Editor's Note: We first published this article in September 2020. Former mayor Bob Bevan wrote a Letter to the Editor recently suggesting a similar proposal for the Southport area in Gloucester City. For anyone who might have thought Bevan's idea was far-fetched, you might want to read this article; you'll find there are communities across the country that are thinking the same as the former mayor. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We Can't-Wait Any Longer, The Future Is Now! (CNBNEWS)-ST. LOUIS (September 2020)-— The Carter Carburetor plant in north St. Louis, one of the city’s most high-profile Superfund sites, is on... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We Can't Wait Any Longer, The Future Is Now!

The map above shows the Southport area which extends south along Water Street and runs parallel with the Delaware River. That area consists of 145 acres. Looking back at the development of Southport, the most logical and most economical use of the property is to cap it and put in a “Links |Golf Course: with a nature trail along the river. Some of the reasons for this plan are: Shortage of golf courses in areas of Philadelphia and South Jersey. (Remember, we are closer to Philadelphia than most of Philadelphia. A study shows that outside recreation is needed by our... 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 →


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 →


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 →


Dennis Malloy: Vaccine Mandates, More Business Restrictions, Higher Taxes If Murphy Is Re-Elected

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Dennis Malloy, long-time NJ1015.com radio personality released an Opinion article today urging voters across the state of New Jersey to vote incumbent Democratic Governor Phil Murphy out of office tomorrow, November 2. Malloy, who doesn't hesitate to give his opinion on controversial topics is one part of the Dennis and Judi (Franco) show, a longtime stable of NJ1015's daily lineup broadcasting Monday through Friday from 10AM to 2PM. In today's commentary Malloy points to Murphy's first term in office as being mild compared to what is coming if he is elected for another term.... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Pres. Biden's Build Back Better Plan

Dear New Jerseyan, Nine years ago, our region was devastated by superstorm Sandy. Across New Jersey, we saw power outages, flooding, and the tragic loss of 43 precious lives. The strength and destruction of this storm was unprecedented for our area. Unfortunately, it has become clear that it was also one of many disasters we were beginning to see across the country — hurricanes, blizzards, droughts, wildfires — made worse by the effects of climate change. This week, President Biden unveiled a framework for his Build Back Better agenda that includes the largest investment in history to combat the worsening... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE ED: City of Philadelphia Featured in Major Newspaper

We are thrilled to be starting the week with great, great news: This weekend, The Wall Street Journal featured our city in a major travel piece that showcases notable Philadelphians, including Rob McElhenney of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fame, and their favorite spots to eat and explore. The article, read by affluent consumers who are traveling closer to home, says that our "historic heavyweight of a city is a booming cultural and culinary destination, too." Our greatest industry successes are always the result of collaboration, and this piece is no exception. We worked with the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Gloucester Derby – November 2nd

POLLING PLACES – Your local Voting District What’s At Stake – 1 yr. at Large Council Seat THE FIELD - New Colts: Page & Fanning plus a new Filly, Sara O’Brien ODD’s - Page is a 1-2 favorite because of the large number of registered democrats in town. Fanning 10-1 …is a successful businessman but it’s tough to win as a Republican in Gloucester. Sara O’Brien 15-1 – is an Independent, active in community, musician, teacher, mother of 2, has the heart and will to run a good race, could pull off an upset. All three candidates are thoroughbreds, but... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Time for an Independent Thinker

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--"It's time for an independent thinker...someone who will put you, the resident, before the party. Vote Col. 3 . Sara O" Brien for Council" We have had no checks and balances in the local government in several years. It's time for a new view and a more open government...Sara will make a difference. Vote Col. 3 - Sara O"Brien. Former Gloucester City Councilman - Jack Brandt Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Attention NJ Residents Master Disaster Declarations Available

Dear New Jerseyan, On September 1st, the remnants of Hurricane Ida brought historic rain and flooding to New Jersey, causing widespread devastation to our communities, homes, and businesses. Since then I’ve been inspired by the stories of neighbors helping neighbors and communities rallying around affected residents. We know that recovery from disasters of this magnitude does not happen overnight, and that is why I am committed to working with you every step of the way. As part of the ongoing relief efforts, my office has dedicated a website page to sharing important information as well as state and federal resources... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: GOVERNOR CUOMO YOUR TIME IS UP!

Bill Donohue | The Catholic League “Mario Cuomo showed me the benefits of being an irritable, thin-skinned and dismissive person. He showed me that arrogance ultimately works.” That is what Mario’s son, Andrew, said about him in 2002. Ironically, the arrogance that he acquired from his father was ultimately his demise. The Cuomos will do anything to win and stay in power. When Mario ran for mayor of New York City in 1977 against Ed Koch, posters appeared all over Queens, saying, “Vote for Cuomo, not the homo.” Cuomo’s gay bashing didn’t end there. He accused Koch of endorsing the... Read more →


Pitman and Gloucester City, Two Small Communities, One With Pride, The Other Without

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Pitman, NJ population 8,805, 2.2 square miles, Gloucester City, NJ population 11,200, 2.8 square miles As you watch Mr. Fisher's video there are two things that stand out when you compare Pitman with the City of Gloucester City. The first is that unlike many areas of Gloucester City that are littered with trash of all kinds you see no litter at all in Pitman during this 9 minute tour. The other is community pride. The video reveals the business owners and residents in Pitman are particular about the appearances of their property. But not... Read more →


Special ProPublica Report: What Philadelphia Reveals About America’s Homicide Surge

Closed shops in North Philadelphia (image courtesy of unsplash.com by Alec MacGillis, ProPublica This story was originally published by ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Nakisha Billa’s son was still a baby when she decided to make their first flight to safety. It was early in 2000 and she and Domonic were living in the North Philadelphia neighborhood of Kensington, which had long suffered some of the highest crime rates in the city. Billa was 22, proud to be living in her... Read more →


To: Mr. Ackley, Gloucester City Housing Office, Acting Mayor Patrick Keating, and Members of City Council

How much more can a person take in this town before , we just say the hell with it and leave ! I never missed a tax payment in 25 years , volunteered for many , many things in town, organized and played free concerts for the string band in the park . Why can't we get this house cleaned up? It's being sub- leased which I told you in person, you said blame King Phil ?????? I cannot even sit in my backyard without getting eaten alive by bugs !!! I have spent 100 plus dollars spraying especially in... Read more →


How did a bunch of little things turn into a “BIG THING” in our community?

Hanging flower baskets on Monmouth Street are still hanging with dead flowers for the past 5 weeks. Welcome to Gloucester signs are not maintained sending a negative message to people coming into our town. Litter laws have to be enforced in parking lots of retail stores especially on Broadway. Every year the city has to be reminded to hang the Betsy Ross Flags along our Riverfront Park. This is not done yet in 2021. Put your recyclables out in a proper container with a lid to prevent neighborhood litter. Teak benches on Freedom Pier should be reinstalled on stronger brackets.... Read more →


New Comment Rules for https://www. Gloucestercitynews.net/clearysnotebook

Gloucestercitynews.net/CNBNewsnet comment rules, subject to change. Starting immediately no further comments will be published from anyone who doesn't provide us with a working email address along with their name, street address, and phone number. And, before that comment is published you will be contacted and asked to verify the remark (s). Furthermore, your real name will be published with your comment; no more anonymous or fake names. If the information we are requesting is not provided the comment will be trashed. For too long we have allowed people to comment without knowing their names. And, in doing so we are... Read more →


Op-Ed: Death Penalty Bedevils Biden

By Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor June 15, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on President Biden's stance on the death penalty: In 1994, Sen. Joe Biden signed a crime bill that added dozens of additional offenses to the list of crimes punishable by death. Two years ago, while campaigning for president in New Hampshire, he complimented its citizens, saying, "By the way, congratulations to ya'll ending the death penalty here." CNBNews graphic files This past March, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that the president "has grave concerns about whether capital punishment, as currently implemented, is consistent... Read more →


Letter to Editor: The Babylon Bee Demands a Retraction from The New York Times

Last week, our counsel sent a letter to The New York Times demanding a retraction. We did this because their article was—and remains—defamatory. Here's a direct link to read the demand letter. And here's the story behind it: In a recent article about Facebook's difficulty in dealing with satire, The New York Times pointed to The Babylon Bee as an example of a "far-right misinformation site" that "sometimes trafficked in misinformation under the guise of satire." They said we dishonestly "claim" to be satire to protect our presence on Facebook and other social media sites. This is false and defamatory.... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Remembering The Men in Blue

One of the 22,611 names on the Memorial is Aaron Allan. On the morning of July 27, 2017, he and his wife Stacy put their son on the bus for his first day of kindergarten. Then Aaron went to work, where he responded to a single-car accident. When he crawled into the vehicle to help the passengers, he was shot 11 times. Stacy and her son came to DC to visit the Memorial and see Aaron’s name engraved on the Memorial. Stacy was overwhelmed to see the love of her life memorialized in stone. At that moment, she felt she... Read more →


Letter to the Editor: Stops Signs Popped Up Overnight Without A Warning

There are four stop signs, one after the other on Cold Springs Drive heading south. The arrow points to one in the distance. They appeared without any notice from the police or the school district at the beginning of April. (photo credit CNBNews) I live on the unit block of East Thompson Avenue, and since April 7th my parents and other neighborhood residents have noticed a group of stop signs near Cold Springs School/Cold Springs Drive. These stop signs have been annoying them and I can understand why. The stop signs are definitely a good idea for safety purposes, and... Read more →


WEEKLY WASTEBASKET: EARTH DAY Posting Positive Possibilities on

Climate Real solutions for the climate and taxpayers Happy Earth Day! In our last Wastebasket, we delved into how past U.S. policy missteps have failed to achieve climate results – while wasting taxpayer dollars to boot. Ever the budget (and policy) optimists, this week we turn to positing positive possibilities. In preparation for President Biden’s 40-nation Climate Summit beginning today, we have five recommendations on how Washington can steer climate policy in the right direction. Because climate change is real, it’s costly, and it’s solvable. For upcoming budget, infrastructure, climate, and other discussions to achieve real, long-term results, taxpayers must... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Leno Apologizes To Asians But Not Catholics

March 25, 2021 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Jay Leno's apology to Asians: Longtime NBC "Tonight Show" comedian Jay Leno has come out of retirement to apologize to Asian Americans for the bigoted jokes he told about them while hosting the late-night show. Will Catholics be next to receive an apology? Not a chance. The culture is too anti-Catholic to induce Leno to do so. CNBNews graphics From 1997 to 2015, I wrote well over a dozen news releases taking Leno to task for insulting Catholics; I only addressed his most offensive remarks.... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Ruling Class Is Race Obsessed

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor March 22, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the ruling class' obsession with race: We are getting close to the point where if a white person says he prefers vanilla ice cream to chocolate, he risks being labeled a racist. The ruling class, in particular, is obsessed with this issue, seeing racism lurking behind every decision that adversely affects people of color. We need to grow up. The first thing we need to do is get rid of the term "people of color." It is meaningless. Asians have little in common with African... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Vatican Slams The Door On Gay Unions

Bill Donohue |CNBNews Contributor March 15, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a Vatican statement issued March 15 that is sure to be controversial: There will be no recognition of homosexual unions or marriage by the Catholic Church. It is non-negotiable. End of story. Pope Francis has been under considerable pressure by gay activists, in and out of the Church, to give the green light to gay marriage. The statement released by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to queries on this issue is the most decisive rejection of those efforts ever written. The Church's top... Read more →


Letter to the Editor: Senator Booker Explains American Rescue Plan Benefits

Dear New Jerseyan, This past week, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan, delivering on his and Congressional Democrats’ promise to provide COVID-19 relief to the American people. I supported this bold legislation because it provides an urgent and historic investment in the health and financial stability of millions of New Jerseyans and people across the country, a boost to our small businesses, and a lifeline to state and local governments. The landmark American Rescue Plan puts our country on a path to ending this pandemic and building back stronger and better. The American Rescue Plan provides a... Read more →


The Deplorable Johnson Blvd. Jogging Track; The City is Analyzing the Costs to Repair It

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 12, 2021)--We received a letter from a Gloucester City resident complaining about the condition of the jogging track at Johnson Blvd. and Klemm Avenue. Included with the letter were a number of photos that show the deteriorated walkway along with vandalized monuments. A resident said sections of the asphalt were ripped out so a drainage problem could be fixed. But, the asphalt was never replaced after the work was completed (photo provided) It was built in the 1960s on a landfill that was once all swampland. It encompasses approximately 20... Read more →


BABYLON BEE Op-Ed :

This Adorable Picture Of Biden Picking Up His Dog's Poop Is Exactly What We Need Now

This morning as I stood on the White House lawn, it all finally started to sink in. He's gone, I thought. He's really gone... The long nightmare is over. Democracy is back. I had my press pass back, too. Back in March of 2020, Donald Trump ripped my press pass away from me, struggled to rip it in half, (he failed miserably,) and then tossed it to a staffer who never gave it back to me. All I had done was ask him a simple question about why he wanted transgender people to die. But those painful memories are past--... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: How this Democrat converted into a hardcore liberty warrior

One of our greatest challenges is growing our movement and recruiting young people to the cause of liberty. I’m afraid that if we fail to act quickly and recruit younger pro-liberty leaders, our movement is destined to fail… Fortunately, I believe Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) is solving this problem . My name is Sean Themea… I was once an Obama supporter (please forgive me), but now am a hardcore Constitutionalist and serve as the leader of Young Americans for Liberty, the nation’s largest and most active pro-liberty student organization. Let me tell you my story… and how YAL is... Read more →


Reflections on Black History

Members of the Rutgers community share their thoughts on the past, present, and future This year we mark Black History Month during an ongoing crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic that has disproportionately affected communities of color, a racial reckoning and continued deep division in the country. But despite these incredibly challenges moments, we are also in a time of great change. In the first month of the year, we welcomed a new federal administration and watched as the first woman, and woman of color, was sworn in as vice-president of the United States in a historic barrier-breaking moment. At... Read more →


Capitol Police Chief Sund: The group consisted of 1000s of well-coordinated, well equipped violent criminals

"They had weapons, chemical munitions, protective equipment, explosives, and climbing gear. A number of them were wearing radio ear pieces indicating a high level of coordination. " Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund Read more →


Letter to the Editor: “THANK YOU JOE BIDEN”

photo courtesy of The New York Times Thank you Joe Biden for opening American borders to illegals. You're making the country less safe for the legal citizens while ignoring the crime and criminal element and giving them a free pass. They are lined up at our border and waiting thanks to you. Thank you Joe Biden for hurting more American business while they are already down. You are shutting down entities that were helping American businesses and citizens. Killing American jobs isn't a good answer Joe. Your less than one month in office and gas prices are climbing already and... Read more →


Guest Opinion: I Share Your Plea For Peace

Greetings my friend, It has been some time since we last corresponded. I write to share your plea for peace expressed in your editorial – the Hatred and Ruthlessness Must Stop. The decades of fermenting suspicion, isolation, mistrust, and division - by media and political organizations alike - has boiled over, manifesting these rifts into physical violence on the streets of our communities and in the halls of our uniquely American institutions. At this pivotal juncture in our Union’s history, when it would be easy to drown ourselves in the confluence of political extremism, social outrage, and cancel culturalism, we... Read more →


Congressman Norcross: COVID-19 Vaccine Update

New Jersey continues to roll out the COVID-19 vaccines in a phased approach to all adults who live, work or are being educated in the State. Below, please find links to a few of the major vaccine registration sites in Camden, Gloucester and Burlington counties. Vaccinating the State will take patience and time, as vaccination appointments depend on the number of vaccine doses that New Jersey receives each week and the number of frontline workers available to administer shots. County Sites Click below for additional information about local vaccination sites. Camden County Vaccination Center Gloucester County Mega Vaccination Center Burlington... Read more →


BILL DONOHUE: Free Speech Under Attack

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest attacks on freedom of speech: The censoring of Parler by Amazon, Google and Apple is the most serious assault on freedom of speech we have ever seen by private companies in American history. Instead of addressing those who are responsible for abusing their free speech rights, e.g. those who are clearly fomenting violence, Big Tech is now seeking to censor conservative voices in general. For justification, they are following the lead of pundits and activists who are blaming President Trump, and his supporters, for the violence... Read more →


NRA-ILA NEWS: Biden to Nominate Anti- 2ND-Amendment Judge Garland for AG

NRA-ILA--At a news conference on January 7th, President-elect Joe Biden announced he will nominate U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Judge Merrick Garland for Attorney General. Biden’s choice of a noted Second Amendment opponent to lead the Department of Justice is an overt assault on gun rights and gun owners. Following the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2013, President Barack Obama nominated Garland as Justice Scalia’s replacement. With an understanding of Garland’s unacceptable jurisprudence, NRA strongly opposed Garland’s nomination and the Senate wisely chose not to consider the nomination. Garland’s anti-Second... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Who Is Guilty Of Inciting Riots?

ABC News (Australia) Looters have overrun streets in Washington DC and New York City and fires have been ignited near the White House as the US experienced its sixth night of violence fuelled by the killings of black people at the hands of police. Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-06-0... During the summer Black Lives Matter and the Socialist group Antifa fueled by the rhetoric coming from the Left rioted across the nation. The ABC News video, which was published on YouTube, is just one of many that were filmed during that period by various news outlets. Catholic League President Bill Donohue... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Members & Friends of The Camden County Heroes Scholarship Fund

This year has been an unprecedented year to say the least. We were disappointed to not be able to host a list of planned in- person fund raising events due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. Fortunately, we were able to host a few of these....our Annual Dinner, Giving Tuesday, two Coach Bag Raffles and our annual Golf Outing. We are grateful to all of you who supported these events. And of course, we are most appreciative to our dues paying Members that have kept up your memberships with us. All of this, and the generosity of some outside agencies and... Read more →