As the recovery from Hurricane Sandy drags on for the thousands of residents still not yet back in their homes, a bill cleared an Assembly panel on Monday afternoon that supporters said would offer storm victims “breathing room” while rebuilding their homes. But an opponent of the measure, which proposes a three-year stay on foreclosure proceedings… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: June 22nd, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Hurricane Irene, Monmouth County, Monmouth County News, Superstorm Sandy | Tags: foreclosure moritorium, foreclosures, Monmouth County News, Superstorm Sandy | 1 Comment »
The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office announced the launch of its of its new and very improved website today. Check it out at www.monmouthsheriff.org
The website, which was produced in-house by the Sheriff’s Information Technology Department, is equipped with the latest web design technology, enabling users to easily interact from all of their devices..phones, tablets and desktop computers.
“The sheriff’s office newly redesigned website increases our contact with the residents by providing them with a wealth of public safety resources in a fast and efficient manner,” said Sheriff Shaun Golden. “It includes valuable and real time information and those who visit the website will find it easier to navigate and more user friendly.”
All of the sheriff’s office divisions are highlighted on the website which includes Law Enforcement, Communications, Special Operations and Corrections, along with the Office of Emergency Management, community outreach programs and an archive of current and past news releases.admin | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County News, Monmouth County Sheriff's Office, Shaun Golden | Tags: foreclosures, Inmates, Law enforcement, Monmouth County News, Monmouth County Sheriff's Office, New website, Office of Emergency Management, Sheriff Shaun Golden | 1 Comment »
As Governor Christie has often said, Republicans underestimate President Barack Obama at their own peril.
Using the authority granted to him in the ObamaCare bill that had to be passed before America could find out what was in it, Obama mandated that contraceptives be covered by all health insurance plans, including those provided by employers affiliated with religions that are morally opposed to contraception.
Obama laid a trap for Republicans. They fell for it like a horny teenage girl whose boyfriend promised her he would pull out. It’s almost too late to reverse the consequences.
Now the national debate is over contraception. Not unemployment. Not foreclosures. Not war. Not terrorism. Not the price of gasoline. Not the national debt. Not the mandates of ObamCare. We’re having a national debate about contraception. Republicans have been framed as anti-contraception and as too far out of the mainstream to be a relevant political party.
Republicans could have framed this debate in context of their commitment to repeal ObamaCare if the law is not overturned by the Supreme Court. Instead they got into a national debate over contraception that will hamper, if not destroy, their chances of winning the White House and/or the Senate, even if the Court overturns ObamaCare.
Republicans in Washington and on the presidential campaign trail need to stop talking about contraception. They don’t have the votes to stop what Obama is doing. If they keep doing what they are doing, they never will.
It’s the economy, stupid.Posted: March 2nd, 2012 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2012 Congressional Races, 2012 Presidential Politics, 2012 U.S. Senate Race, Stupid Republicans | Tags: anti-contraception, Barack Obama, Chris Christie, Contraception, Economy, foreclosures, gas prices, gasoline, health insurance, horny teenager, It's the economy, mandates, national debate, national debt, ObamaCare, stupid, Stupid Republicans, Terrorism, Unemployment, war | 13 Comments »