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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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End Of An Era

State Senate President Steve Sweeney Upset By Unknown Truck Driver By David Todd McCarty | Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Senate President Steve Sweeney, the second most powerful man in the state of New Jersey, has officially lost his seat to an unknown political neophyte, in an upset possibly even more dramatic than how close Governor Murphy was to being ousted himself.  Edward Durr, a 58-year ...

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A View Of Goshen In Winter

A new showcase of 40 works of art, created by local artists, will be on display in Goshen’s Sperlak Gallery & Sculpture Garden Goshen, NJ — The Sperlak Gallery & Sculpture Gardens has announced a new show of more than 40 new works from local artists in a show titled, “Shoot The Farm In Winter” on March 20-21 from 10am-6pm. The two-day show will feature ...

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You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated, Now What?

According to the CDC, even after you’ve been fully vaccinated, you still need to follow precautions to help stop the spread of COVID-19. By David Todd McCarty | Monday, March 8, 2021 Since the US began vaccinating its citizens on Dec. 14, more than 90 million doses have been administered, reaching 17.7% of the total U.S. population, according to the Centers for Disease Control and ...

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The American Way

Americans have a long history of throwing off the yoke of oppression, and we have always glorified the violence necessary to do so when it fit the narrative of the rich and powerful. By David Todd McCarty | Friday, September 4, 2020 That hot dog you’re holding this weekend comes courtesy of organized Labor’s response to racism, greed, xenophobia, cruelty and oppression that ushered in ...

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Why We Fight (Part One): The Uphill Battle

Despite months of protests and centuries of struggle for equal rights, many White Americans maintain an obstinate resistance to accepting the Black Lives Matter movement as anything more than a self-aggrandizing nuisance. By David Todd McCarty | Monday, July 22, 2020 This is Part One in a series of articles inspired by the recent protests in Wildwood and around the country in the aftermath of ...

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Cape May County Democratic Party Ends Fight To Suspend Committee Elections

After losing a court battle and in the face of growing opposition from progressives, County Chair Brendan Sciarra stands down. By David Todd McCarty | Wednesday, April 15, 2020 After a bruising defeat in court, and with a growing split between the party establishment and progressive groups threatening to overshadow the election, Cape May County Chairman Brendan Sciarra announced on Monday that he was cancelling ...

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Gov Murphy Announces New Stricter Measures Concerning Social Distancing in New Jersey

In an effort to further restrict the spread of the coronavirus, the Governor moved the primary election back a month, and prohibited all non-essential construction work across the state. By David Todd McCarty | Wednesday, April 8, 2020 Governor Phil Murphy announced today, in his daily 1pm briefing, that he had signed several new executive orders in an effort to further contain the spread of ...

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The Perils Of Living In Trump Country During A Pandemic

With a hesitant, reluctant and bungled response from the Trump administration, combined with a Conservative media that continues to downplay the coronavirus pandemic, many Red areas of the country aren’t taking the crisis seriously enough. By David Todd McCarty | Monday, April 6, 2020 Unlike the deserted streets of New York City, Paris, London and Los Angeles, take a drive around Cape May County and ...

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Is Legal Weed Coming To The Garden State?

With thirty-three states already having legalized cannabis in one form or another, New Jersey would become the twelfth state to legalize recreational marijuana, while five other states are considering similar measures. By David Todd McCarty | Wednesday, January 8, 2020 For the first time in more than a half century, a majority of Americans see marijuana use as a relatively harmless vice, no different than ...

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