There is a mass exodus occurring, where families are leaving New Jersey twice as fast as they are moving in. This phenomenon has been talked about before in the media, but for me, it really did become more of a “real thing” this morning during my commute to work. On three separate occasions, once in… Read More #BYEJERSEY ✌
One of Camden City’s issues, which usually takes a back seat to the highlights of crushing poverty, government corruption, and crime, is the health of the residents. The city has been labeled a food desert due to the lack of any brand-name grocery store. It is very difficult for residents to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables,… Read More Renewing Camden With Workouts
As a resident of Cherry Hill, I can tell you that this is a town of 77,000 municipally disengaged citizens. For example, in the 2014 General Election, just 34% of residents voted. But one very important thing to mention about that election was that everyone at least knew there was going to be an election. The… Read More Cherry Hill and The Chamber Of Secret Elections
Leer este articulo en Español aquí. I wouldn’t give it too much longer before the national media flocks to Camden, especially if the actions of The Oligarchy do not change. You see, The Oligarchy has repeatedly made decisions for Camden by force. The Oligarchy decided that Camden could no longer govern itself in 2002, and… Read More Tread Carefully, Mr. Oligarchy
Let’s imagine, for just one moment, that Governor Christie was not trying to appeal to a group of conservative voters and donors when he suggested that parents, “deserve a measure of choice” when it comes to having their children vaccinated. Even though he probably was appealing to potential voters, let’s pretend that his comments on vaccination requirements… Read More A Measure Of Choice Yields A Measurable Epidemic
After returning to Camden this morning only to find that no fence has yet to be constructed, nor has any diversion of RiverLine passengers occurred, I decided to ask passengers if they were aware of the City’s reports: Here and Here .
I have documented a decent amount of research and statistical findings over the past semester. Much of it was based upon the concentrations of affordable housing units which yields impoverished cities and decreases opportunities to rise above the poverty threshold. I have not contributed much opinion at all, so I will do so right now:… Read More Organized Voices