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Students in Parkland are channeling their anger into action, pushing lawmakers to pass stricter gun laws. And that student-led movement around safer schools -- and holding elected officials accountable -- is catching on in New Jersey. NJ Advance Media spoke to students across the state who are organizing in their communities, inspired by the Parkland #neveragain movement. Full story: http://nj-ne.ws/giVcd9m
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The fire was reported around 2:00 P.M. at the Society Hill Development on Woodward Lane in Bernards Township Somerset County. Firefighters were pushed down the stairs by a roof collapse early in the fire. Apartment units on the east side of a fire wall were saved from heavy fire damage. The Lyons VA Hospital Fire Dept. and the Liberty Corner Fire Company were first on scene.
In 1664, after the English conquered New Netherland, King Charles II granted the former Dutch territories as a proprietary colony to his brother James, Duke of York, who later became King James II. The Duke divided the colony into New York and New Jersey, reserving New York for himself as the “Duke’s province” and giving New Jersey to his friends John, Lord Berkeley, and Sir George Carteret. Berkeley and Carteret eventually sold their shares to other investors, called proprietors, resulting in the division in 1676 of the colony into East and West Jersey. From the outset of the grant from the Duke of York to Berkeley and Carteret, jurisdictional disputes arose between New York and New Jersey. Before he learned about the gift to Berkeley and Carteret, Governor Richard Nicolls of New York ma...
Two Moors from the Murakush Society challenging jurisdiction and defending themselves in Court after being deprived of Federal & State guaranteed Right to Travel, Freedom of Mobility, Right to be free from Police making false statements, to Due Process, Equal Protection under the law.... The Judge in union with the prosecutor violates the Moors right to Due Process after violating their Rights to proceed as Pro Se Litigants. See How Moors Challenge Jurisdiction http://murakushsociety.org/shop/books/how-moors-challenge-european-jurisdiction/ and slam In The Mind Of American Courts: 1800 To 1960 By Marie A. Failinge http://murakushsociety.org/islam-in-the-mind-of-american-courts-1800-to-1960-by-marie-a-failinger/
Ukee Washington reports.
Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency for the entire state in preparation of a snow storm that is expected to hit over the next couple days.
Some East Coast Auditors have been joining forces lately and decided to get together and start doing group audits when ever possible. So myself, Gunnison Undercover, News Now Delaware Valley and Pissed off Taxpayer decided to stop by the capital of New Jersey ( Trenton ), visit some Federal buildings and say hi to some tyrants and bullies. Our first stop was the New Jersey Prison complex in Trenton, NJ. It is the oldest prison in NJ and one of the oldest correctional facilities in the US. It is also the states only completely maximum security institution. This dump was originally built in 1798 ( The 1798 NJ Penitentiary House ), Which was the first state prison in NJ, and it is starting to show its age. We met our first bunch of bullies within 3 minutes. In Part 2, the babysitting j...
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Eric Shawn reports on the state of the race.
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