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The State of NJ Loses Another Round in Gun Control Fight

By Christian Wade | The Center Square contributor Jan 31, 2023 (The Center Square) — New Jersey has lost another round in legal fights over its tough gun control laws, with a federal judge expanding the number of places where the state can't restrict lawful gun owners from carrying firearms as the case plays out in court. In a ruling issued Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Renee Marie Bumb issued a restraining order barring the... Read more →


DEP to Hold Public Hearing Related to Ciba-Geigy Site in Toms River on March 13

NJDEP to Host Public Engagement Session on Proposed Settlement of Natural Resource Damages related to Ciba-Geigy Site in Toms River Session to be held 6 p.m. Monday, March 13 at Toms River North High School Public Comment Period on Proposed Settlement Extended to April 5, 2023 TRENTON —The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will hold a public engagement session on Monday, March 13, 2023, to provide the public with additional information and take... Read more →


U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (Texas-R) Introduces Admendment to Limit Term Limits in the Senate & House

Senator Cruz released the following statement on his proposal. "I've introduced a constitutional amendment that would limit every senator to two terms and every house member to three terms. I believe we ought to take it up and vote on it. Because if we got career politicians out of Washington in both parties, there would be less corruption of the swamp that is endemic.” "Speaking of term limits, this week I had the privilege of... Read more →


CNBNews CONSUMER ALERT: ShopRite Product Recall

(February 4, 2023)--SHOPRITE sent out the following notice earlier today about Fresh Ideation Food Group LLC of Baltimore, MD, voluntarily recalling the list of products below, as they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. These bacteria may cause foodborne illness. ITEM CODE DESCRIPTION AND SIZE 180397250 HAM & PINEAPPLE FLATBREAD PIZZA 12 OZ 180397260 BUFFALO CHICKEN FLATBREAD PIZZA 12 OZ 180397270 BBQ CHICKEN FLATBREAD PIZZA 11 OZ 180397280 MARGHARITA FLATBREAD PIZZA 11.5 OZ 180397380 PEPPERONI... Read more →


Tidal Wave Productions Offering New Graphic Novel

TIDALWAVE PRODUCTIONS CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH SPECIAL GRAPHIC NOVEL In honor of Black History Month, comic book publisher TidalWave Productions will offer a new trade paperback called “Black History: Leaders: Volume 4,” featuring biographies of leading African American musicians. The trade paperback is scheduled for release this week. Every February for the last fourteen years of producing biography comic books, we celebrate Black History Month to show our respect for the black community’s work... Read more →


Rhode Island students from NJ named to Dean's List

KINGSTON, RI (01/31/2023)-- The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce the Fall 2022 Dean's List. Students named to the Dean's List represent nearly all of Rhode Island's cities and towns, all six New England states, New York and New Jersey, and many other states and countries. They include: Ellie Sennhenn of Audubon (08106) Chris Bracchi of Berlin (08009) Alyssa Gentile of Blackwood (08012) Melanie Wilson of Blackwood (08012) Katie Reichert of Bordentown (08505)... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story:

Does a Two-Hour Delay Warrant the News?

By Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist PHILADELPHIA PA--Fox29News, 6ABCNews, and 1210 AM radio were all talking on air about the Gloucester City School District starting classes two hours late the day after the Super Bowl (photo credit CNBNews photographer Amanda Stevenson Lupke image from the 2018 Super Bowl parade) SEE PHOTO ALBUM +++++ GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (FEBRUARY 3, 2023)--On Thursday, February 2, 2023 Fox 29 posted a facebook announcement that Gloucester City School District's schools... Read more →


American Legion Baseball Alumni Scott Rolen and Fred McGriff Headed to Hall of Fame

Scott Rolin (left) and Fred McGriff The American Legion JAN 24, 2023 FacebookTwitterMore18 The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2023 will be 100 percent American Legion Baseball alumni. Scott Rolen was elected to the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) in voting announced Jan. 24. He and Fred McGriff, who the Contemporary Baseball Era Players Committee selected in December, are the only two players selected to the Hall of... Read more →


AccuWeather: Total Damage and Economic Loss Caused by Southern Ice Storm about $12 Billion

AccuWeather Global Weather Center - February 2, 2023 - AccuWeather preliminarily estimates the total damage and economic loss from the severe ice storm in the South, which led to widespread power outages and closures, hampered travel, the cancellation of thousands of flights, brought down trees and power lines through Texas, Arkansas, southern Oklahoma, and into Tennessee, and resulted in at least 10 deaths, to be $10 to $12 billion. STORY: Deadly ice storm snarls travel... Read more →


Red Flags to Look Out for at Online Casinos

Online gambling is becoming increasingly popular, which comes as no surprise given the numerous games, bonuses and other conveniences they offer casino players. Some of these benefits about which you can learn more at Casinocrawlers.com and other online casino platforms have made online gambling the choice of entertainment for many. However, there's the other side of the coin, in that, not all online casinos are trustworthy. For that reason, it is of utmost importance to... Read more →


Regarding the Tragic Death of Sayreville Councilwoman, Eunice Dwumfour, age 30

(NEWARK, NJ)(February 2, 2023)(CNBNews) On Wednesday night, Sayreville Republican Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour, age 30, was found shot to death in her car outside her home. In response to Councilwoman Dwumfour’s tragic death, 32BJ SEIU Vice President and New Jersey District Director Kevin Brown issued the following statement: “Last night, the epidemic of gun violence gripping this country robbed New Jersey of a truly dedicated public servant with enormous potential. While we will never know the... Read more →


Delayed start of the vacation: top ideas what to do now at home

Still looking for ideas on how best to spend the quarantine period without getting in a bad mood. Especially booked trips that could not be started and also in the foreseeable future may not be made up. What remains in this time, which is marked by Corona and what ideas can help to be able to travel after all? Unpack your bags. Ways to travel from home The health situation of the Corona virus is... Read more →


Very Limited Edition of Boondocks 18-Year-Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey, (MSRP $279.99)

Acclaimed Master Distiller David Scheurich oversees Signature Collection Bourbon Bayonne, NJ, FEB 1, 2023 – Royal Wine Corp is proud to release Boondocks 18-Year-Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey (MSRP $279.99), the latest in Boondocks’ Signature Series Collection. This exceptional cask-strength bourbon will have a limited production of just 1,620 individually numbered bottles. Like all of Boondocks’ premium whiskeys, ryes, and bourbons, this limited edition is created by the legendary master distiller David Scheurich, a 45+ year... Read more →


Grand Jury Indicts Hells Angel Ken Caspers Jr., after Investigation into Brutal Beating at the Vallejo Clubhouse

Fourth Member Indicted Caspers is the fourth individual to be indicted in the Eastern District of California based on an investigation into a brutal beating at the clubhouse for the Vallejo chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. The other three defendants—Jaime Alvarez, Dennis Killough Jr., and Michael Mahoney—were indicted by a grand jury in 2022. When Casper's home was searched by law enforcement, he had in his possession several handguns. It is unlawful for... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Alvernia PT and OT Students Serve Patients in Belize

READING, PA (01/31/2023)-- Alvernia University physical therapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT) students and faculty served patients in a nine-day interdisciplinary, intercollegiate clinical study abroad experience across five local community organizations in Belmopan, Belize. "Our goal was to provide sustainable education first and, second, rehabilitation," said Dr. Robin Zappin, assistant professor of physical therapy Alvernia University. "We wanted to teach as many healthcare workers and community members about wellness, prevention and rehabilitation as possible to... Read more →


Filthy Fuhrer, and Four Others of the White Supremacist Gang 1488s Sentenced

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Filthy Fuhrer, formerly Timothy Lobdell, 46; Roy Naughton, aka Thumper, 44; Glen Baldwin, aka Glen Dog, 41; Colter O’Dell, 30; and Craig King, aka Oakie, 57, were sentenced this week in Alaska to life in prison without the possibility of parole. All five defendants were convicted of racketeering conspiracy, conspiracy in aid of racketeering, murder in aid of racketeering, kidnapping resulting in death, and kidnapping conspiracy. Fuhrer and Naughton were also each... Read more →


Black History Month Celebration of African Americans in the arts

Programming throughout February includes theater, art exhibitions, and musical performances BURLINGTON, N.J., January 31, 2023 – This February, in celebration of Black History Month, Discover Jersey Arts honors the work and impact of African American voices in the arts. The contributions of African American artists have been vast — from The Harlem Renaissance, to the Black Arts Movement through today. Discover Jersey Arts, an ArtPride New Jersey Foundation program, celebrates the contributions of both artists... Read more →


Why Some Some States Don't Allow Home Grown Weed

By Vincent Bitetti, CCO My wife has a small vegetable garden. She grows everything from seed. She got that habit from me. Cuttings/clones always seem to have aphids or other pests or disease. Her pride and joy: heirloom tomatoes. Other favorites include radishes, zucchini and herbs like rosemary and basil. That being said, she buys plenty of organic, locally sourced produce at the supermarket -- the home grown produce she grows at home does not... Read more →


"Frizzblock Fredo" Brandao age 22 of the Violent Boston NOB Streets Gang Sentenced to Prison

BOSTON – A Boston man was sentenced yesterday in connection with his involvement in the violent Boston-based street gang, NOB. Michael Brandao, a/k/a “G Fredo,” and “Frizzblock Fredo,” 22, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin to nine years in prison and three years of supervised release. In April 2022, Brandao pleaded guilty to RICO conspiracy and conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances. Brandao is one... Read more →


The story of Black Quartermasters in WWII

By Joe Reagan, Director of Military and Veterans Outreach at Wreaths Across America At the entrance to the U.S. Army Infantry Museum, located in Ft. Moore, GA, (formerly Ft. Benning), visitors begin their journey by walking up a 100-yard ramp that shows the history of the U.S. Army Infantry. It is a symbolic representation of what is ingrained in every infantry soldier – you can have all the tanks, artillery, planes, trucks, and anything else... Read more →


CAN YOU GUESS WHAT STATE HAS THE HIGHEST CORPORATE TAX?

Christian Wade | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) (January 31, 2023)--— New Jersey has the nation’s highest top statutory corporate tax rate, according to a new Tax Foundation report. CNBNews graphic file The Garden State is one of 44 that charges corporate income taxes, which the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit says accounted for 7.07% of state tax collection and 4.04% of state general revenue in fiscal year 2021. New Jersey's 11.5% top marginal corporate... Read more →


Egg Smugglers Are The Newest Problem for Border Cops

FILE - This March 14, 2012 file photo shows traffic crossing from Mexico into the United States at a border station in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. AP Photo/Jeri Clausing, file (The Center Square)- The United States Customs and Border Protection is asking Americans to stop trying to smuggle in raw eggs from Mexico. As avian flu is causing the price of eggs and poultry to rise, along with the current inflation rate, people are purchasing... Read more →


NJ Homeowners, The ANCHOR Program and YOUR MONEY

Get Up to $1,500 Through the NJ ANCHOR Program You may be eligible to receive up to $1,500 in property tax relief. Read below to find out if you qualify and learn how to apply. The deadline to apply is February 28th, 2023. Homeowners with income of $250,000 or less are eligible. To apply: Apply online Complete a paper application and mail it along with any necessary supporting documents Apply over the phone by calling... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering Through Gcity and Beyond...BARNARD AVE WORK DISGRACEFUL

By William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet Barnard Avenue top and bottom photos. CNBNews photo credit (January 30, 2023) DOES ANYONE KNOW? Why has it taken over six months to repave Barnard Avenue in Gloucester City? It can't be weather related since this winter has been mild. There have been weeks when no construction work was done on the street. According to Barnard THE GRAND OPENING of the City of Gloucester City Water Works was... Read more →


After Nine Year Investigation Federal Baiting and Poaching Charges Against Bowmars Dropped

Social media stars, record-setting bowhunters, and couple-preneurs, Josh and Sarah Bowmar out of Ankney, Iowa who’s been in the limelight recently as part of a federal investigation related to hunts they conducted with a Nebraska outfitter, announce that all hunting violations against them have been dismissed after a nine-year battle to clear their name. Josh and Sarah Bowmar Josh states, “Since the investigation began in 2014, nine years ago, we have been under constant surveillance... Read more →


OPERATION HELPING HAND COMMUNITY IMPACT SERIES!

Lindenwold, NJ-Join us on February 22, 2023, in partnership with Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Maryville, and the Lindenwold Police Department at the Woodland Village Apartments in Lindenwold, N.J., for the OPERATION HELPING HAND COMMUNITY IMPACT SERIES! Operation Helping Hand Community Impact Series events are designed to address an individual’s personalized needs and further demonstrates a commitment to assisting Camden County residents who are struggling with substance use disorder or in need of guidance in... Read more →


Vital Advantages of Litecoin Casinos 

Crypto casinos have become increasingly popular over the last few years. This incredible popularity is due to several factors, including that cryptocurrency casinos offer superior services compared to their counterpart. These new platforms provide prizes and generally give users more privacy. It should be no surprise that crypto casinos are the most widely used cryptocurrency casino. The most well-known cryptocurrency currently is Bitcoin, which has a market cap of $650 billion (the total value of... Read more →


SingStrong A Cappella Festival Returns to Adelphi PAC

GARDEN CITY, NY (01/25/2023) The audience favorite SingStrong A Capella Festival returns to the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center (PAC) stage for its 18th international a cappella festival on Friday, February 3 through Sunday, February 5. Five completely different concerts and two days of classes and competitions will showcase nothing but the human voice, performing pop, jazz, rock, musical theater, barbershop, doo-wop, beatbox and beyond. The Pitch Perfect films and Pitch Slapped Lifetime television series... Read more →


Sierra Club Urges NJ for Effective Non-Lethal Bear Management 

Today the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife held a public hearing on their Comprehensive Bear Management Policy and Amendments (CBBMP). On November 15, 2022, the Governor enacted a new Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy (CBBMP) through emergency rulemaking. An approved CBBMP is required for a bear hunt to occur. The New Jersey Sierra Club opposed the emergency rulemaking and bear hunt and urge the Murphy Administration for stronger non-lethal management efforts. Anjuli Ramos-Busot released... Read more →


Wharton State Forest Visitor/Vehicle Use to be Released

NJDEP SET TO RELEASE RESULTS OF DURING FEBRUARY 8 VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING Participants are Encouraged to Pre-Register to Ensure Ample Opportunity to be Heard (23/P6) TRENTON – Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today the Department of Environmental Protection will present the results of its Wharton State Forest Visitor and Vehicle Use Survey and gather public input during the second in a series of virtual public meetings on the development of a plan for public access... Read more →


Atlantic City and Pennsylvania Casinos Deal with Staff Shortages

Atlantic City Casinos on the Boardwalk Certainly, casinos in Atlantic City and Pennsylvania are currently struggling with staff shortages. The problem is not affecting this business only but every other industry as well. In 2020, casino hotels recorded the sharpest decrease in workers in the private sector. Compared to job losses in other industries, the casino business recorded over 3.5 times more. Over 6,000 jobs lost in PA in 2020 In total, Pennsylvania online gambling... Read more →


Attention: Newly Diagnosed Prostate Cancer Patients...Besides Radiation There Are Other Options Availabe

Related: HOORAY! MY 28 DAYS OF RADIATION ARE OVER: Prostate Cancer Diagnosis — Do You Really Know "All" Your Treatment Options? The American Brachytherapy Society finds many men diagnosed with Prostate Cancer are not presented with a highly effective minimally invasive treatment option: Prostate Brachytherapy Seed Implants. We live in an era of information overload, frequently confusing and contradictory. The challenge and difficult task of evaluating and understanding available treatment options for prostate cancer is... Read more →


How Philadelphia Union Can Bounce Back from Heartache in 2023 Season

CNBNews graphic file The Union had a breathtaking season in 2022, going unbeaten at home and thrilling fans with plenty of brilliant displays. However, it came to an agonizing end as they came up short against LAFC in the MLS Cup final. Despite bouncing back from 1-0 down to go score what looked like the winner in extra time, Union failed to secure the win, as LAFC scored an equalizer and grabbed a win through... Read more →


CNB Student Spotlight: University of Vermont Dean's List

Students Named to the BURLINGTON, VT (01/24/2023)-- The University of Vermont is proud to announce that the following local students have been named to the dean's list for the fall 2022 semester. Shane Skelly from Blackwood is majoring in Mathematics. Ella Baylor from Haddonfield is majoring in Environmental Sciences. Ann Haas from Haddonfield is majoring in Environmental Sciences. Cara Muller from Haddonfield is majoring in Environmental Sciences. Isabella Dekluyver from Haddonfield is majoring in Biologyand... Read more →


Get Ready for Change in Your SNAP BENEFITS in March

(Camden City, NJ) – As the SNAP federal emergency allotment from COVID-19 is set to expire on March 1, households may see a change in monthly benefit amounts. During the COVID-19 pandemic, households received higher allotments for SNAP but on March 1, households will begin receiving their regular payments. Seeing that families and individuals continue to face difficulty affording food, Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation in June 2022 to establish the State SNAP Minimum Benefit... Read more →


NJ To Launch Expanded Potential Lead Exposure Mapping Tool

General Public, Health Officials, and Regulators Can Now Find Potential Lead Source Information in One Place TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs (DCA), in partnership with the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), today announced the launch of an expanded version of the Potential Lead Exposure Mapping or PLEM tool, which provides new publicly available data that indicate potential sources of lead exposure. The tool may be... Read more →


NJ Awards $24.3 million in Natural Climate Solutions Grants

PROJECTS WILL MITIGATE CARBON EMISSIONS BY ENHANCING URBAN AND NATURAL FORESTS AND RESTORING COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS (23/P3) TRENTON – New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette today announced the award of $24.3 million in Natural Climate Solutions Grants to local governments and nonprofits to create, restore, and enhance New Jersey’s green spaces and tree canopies in urban areas, salt marshes and forests. “With Governor Phil Murphy's vision and leadership, New Jersey is waging... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: DeSales University Students Fall 2022 Dean's List

CENTER VALLEY, PA (01/18/2023)-- The following DeSales University students made the Fall 2022 Dean's List. To qualify for Dean's List, a student must have a minimum 3.50 GPA on no fewer than 12 credit hours. Danielle DePre of Cherry Hill (08002) majoring in Nursing Kinjal Bhavsar of Columbus (08022) majoring in Medical Studies Amelia Smith of Glendora (08029) majoring in Criminal Justice Caitlyn Hoffman of Marlton (08053) majoring in Nursing Christian Donnelly of Medford (08055)... Read more →


Sadly We Mourn The Death of The Hudson Reporter

image courtesy of Unsplash.com "They pulled the rug out from under us," one staffer told NJ.com in this report. Apparently, employees learned that The Hudson Reporter chain of local weekly newspapers was shutting down Friday as they worked to finalize this week's editions. "Hudson Reporter staff members say Newspaper Media Group General Manager Brandon Chamberlain told the reporters, the managing editor and other members of the small staff in an online meeting the newspapers and... Read more →


Watch Out, Weather Turning Nasty from Southern Plains to Northeast

Potent Winter Storm Brings Risk for Traffic Snarling Heavy Snow Across a 2000 Mile Stretch from Southern Plains to Northeast US; Dangerous Severe Thunderstorms and Localized Tornadoes Near Gulf Coast From AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jonathan Porter: AccuWeather Global Weather Center - January 24, 2023 - AccuWeather meteorologists warn that a combination of heavy snow poorly timed with the morning or evening commute in many metropolitan areas can snarl traffic, lead to dangerous travel conditions and... Read more →


GUEST OPINION:

Chinese New Year Mass Murder: Media Focused on Misinformation & Left Wing Talking Points

Ignored Important Angles By Marc Ang The mainstream media once again displayed its glaring bias after the horrific Lunar New Year murders in Monterey Park. But sloppy journalism and loss of relationships with facts added to the embarrassment for them and left-wing politicians. While Chinese New Year was supposed to be a happy time, it turned into a bloodbath at a dance studio when a mass murderer, now revealed to also be of Asian descent,... Read more →


TAX TIPS:

Forgo fraud this tax season: IRS-CI issues tips to protect your wallet, identity  

PHILADELPHIA – With filing season officially underway, IRS Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) reminds U.S. taxpayers to take extra steps to protect their identities and wallets when filing their taxes. “Beware of dishonest tax return preparers,” said Special Agent in Charge Yury Kruty. “These are tax return taxpayers who disregard their known duty to prepare accurate tax returns on behalf of their clients. Such tax return preparers have no problem putting their clients at risk for a... Read more →


Economical Changes that can be brought by BTC or other Cryptocurrencies in Costa Rica

As digital currencies continue to grow in popularity, more and more businesses are beginning to accept them as payment. This is especially true in Costa Rica, where Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are starting to have a significant impact on the economy. Visit bitindex prime for further information. Bitcoin is currently the most popular cryptocurrency, and it is being used by an increasing number of businesses in Costa Rica. For example, some restaurants and hotels now... Read more →


How can BTC make a Great Impact on the Economy of Hungary?

Bitcoin has the potential to revolutionise the economy of Hungary. Cryptocurrency could help the country reduce its dependence on the Euro and become more financially independent. Moreover, Bitcoin could also provide a way for Hungarian citizens to avoid inflation and protect their savings. Visit xbitcoin club for further information. Hungary is currently facing several economic challenges. The country has a large trade deficit and its government is highly indebted. In addition, Hungary is heavily reliant... Read more →


AMERICAN LEGION: Five Things to Know

1. Nine military officers who had worked decades ago at a nuclear missile base in Montana have been diagnosed with blood cancer and there are “indications” the disease may be linked to their service, according to military briefing slides obtained by The Associated Press. One of the officers has died. 2. A woman who stole nearly $500,000 from the federal Veterans Affairs department by impersonating her dead mother for nearly 50 years has been spared... Read more →


CNB Spotlight on NJ Students: University of New Hampshire's Dean's List

DURHAM, NH (01/23/2023)-- The following students have been named to the Dean's List at the University of New Hampshire for the fall 2022 semester. Garrett Kettyle of Wall Township, NJ earning Highest Honors Lauren Oldock of Wall Township, NJ earning High Honors Margaret McGrath of Berlin, NJ earning High Honors Megan Turpin of Burlington, NJ earning Highest Honors Kaelin Marshall of Haddonfield, NJ earning Highest Honors Mark Troiani of Haddonfield, NJ earning Highest Honors Alison... Read more →


A Danish Energy Contractor Has Been Hired To Build NJ Wind Farm

Ssuaphotos/Shutterstock.com (The Center Square) — A Danish energy developer will become the solitary owner of New Jersey's first offshore wind farm in a deal announced Wednesday by the company. Ørsted said it has acquired the remaining 25% equity stake in Ocean Wind 1 from the Public Service Enterprise Group, giving it 100% ownership of the project. Neither entity disclosed costs or other details of the transaction, which is expected to be finalized in the year's... Read more →


HOORAY! MY 28 DAYS OF RADIATION ARE OVER:

WHAT'S NEXT? Qué Será, Será

(Above) A Proton therapy machine that delivers protons radiation directly to the tumor. Imagine a 196-ton, cancer-killing device that can target a patient's tumor with a sub-millimeter precision while sparing nearby healthy tissues and minimizing side effects. Take note of the turtle image in the ceiling above the patient's table. There were actually six of them spread out on either side of the table. . (CNBNews photo credit) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet PHILADELPHIA,... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: The Decade of Insanity

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Columnist Do you ever hear of new rules, laws, or fads that seem to make no sense at all, but we just accept and move along with our lives? Here are just a few: "Our government" has decided to make us transfer over to electric ranges because gas stoves cause cerebral damage, especially to our children. Natural gas use has been documented back to 400 BC. So, for 2,399 years cooking... Read more →