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Tag: New Jersey

The Death of Privacy In America

Privacy is foundational to civil rights and the basis for liberty in a free and open society Tuesday, May 3, 2022 The right to privacy is fundamentally at the core of civil liberties in America. Liberty, otherwise known as personal autonomy, is central to our belief that as human beings, we have certain inalienable rights, that should not be abridged by the government. The Bill ...

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There’s Something About Mary

On this day of Thanksgiving, we can no longer turn a blind eye to those who lack everything simply because we feel blessed by God. by David Todd McCarty | Thursday, November 25, 2021 A few months back, I wrote a story about a woman who I called Mary. She’s a middle-aged woman with a history of trauma who suffers from a multitude of mental handicaps, including ...

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Mary, Covered In Roses

Who are we, that we can so easily turn away in response to pain and need and sorrow, with the taste of death so fresh in the air? By David Todd McCarty | Monday, June 7, 2021 “Only a Woman, divine, could know all that a woman can suffer.”— Willa Cather writing about Mary Magdalene I met a woman today who was out of her ...

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Police Detectives Charged With Lying About Bar Fight In North Wildwood

New Jersey State Police Detectives Charged With Falsifying Reports About Their Conduct During Physical Altercation In Bar In North Wildwood Press Release: April 15, 2021 TRENTON –  Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that married detectives with the New Jersey State Police were charged criminally today for allegedly filing false reports about their conduct during a physical altercation in a bar in North Wildwood, N.J., in ...

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South Jersey’s Sanctuary City Designations Are A Haven For Violent Extremists

Cape May County was one of six to declare themselves 2nd Amendment Sanctuaries, giving legitimacy to the anti-government attitudes of violent extremist groups such as the Oath Keepers. By David Todd McCarty | The Standard On Jan 6, 2021, America experienced an insurrection at our Capitol, spurred on by former President Donald Trump and his allies in Congress. Extremist groups such as the Proud Boys ...

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Strong Grassroots Opposition Continues To Plague NESE Pipeline’s Fifth Attempt

The 23-mile methane pipeline is running out of time and opponents want to see it die for good. NEW JERSEY & NEW YORK – After almost a year of inaction, the company seeking to build a massive methane gas compressor station and 23.4-mile methane gas pipeline called the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project (NESE) through New Jersey communities, Raritan Bay, Lower New York Bay, and the ...

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Jackson Park Project A Threat To Clean Water

Township must consider Pinelands and watershed protections say environmentalists Friday, March 5, 2021 A proposed housing development in Jackson Township is under attack by environmental advocacy groups who say it will destroy one of the last remaining unpreserved wilderness areas in this unique section of the town. Jackson Parke South is a proposed housing development of 549 units just north of West Veterans Highway in ...

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