Democratic Senate Candidate Hamilton Addresses the Tea Party

High property taxes, an onerous gas tax, an exodus out of the county, a crumbling infrastructure and a declining local economy affect everyone who lives in Sussex County no matter where they stand in terms of political philosophy.

Read more

Can PennEast be stopped?

Opponents of the PennEast pipeline appealed this week to Gov. Chris Christie and his administration to block construction of the pipeline, a proposed 115-mile conduit for natural gas to run through Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Read more

Frelinghuysen constituents take issues to Washington

Unsuccessful at getting their representative to meet them on home turf, three busses filled with activists organized by New Jersey 11th for Change took their quest to Rodney Frelinghuysen’s (R-11) office in Washington, D.C., and some of them got a face-to-face meeting with the formerly reclusive congressman.

Read more

Who wants to be governor?

To the immense relief of just about everybody, Chris Christie’s tenure in the State House is about to come to an end. Monday was the deadline to file for the primaries, and 11 people —five Republicans and six Democrats—submitted petitions of 1,000 signatures, which places them on their parties’ ballots.

Read more

New Jersey Dems might save your privacy

Inspired by a similar move in Minnesota, Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37), the senate majority leader, plans to introduce legislation that would prevent Internet providers from selling customers’ personal information and browsing history without their written consent.

Read more


connect