Forget Holtec, Forget The Sixers; Marijuana Will Help Camden

As crazy as it sounds, think about it for a moment. Camden needs jobs to be widely available for any skill level. Currently, the plan is to pump hundreds of millions of dollars worth of tax credits into several wealthy businesses in exchange for them to make Camden their new home. Legislators have said that this… Read More Forget Holtec, Forget The Sixers; Marijuana Will Help Camden

Brian K. Everett Wants You To Vote Today, For Anybody, Please?!

I do realize that we won’t be electing a new president today. I do realize that New Jersey won’t be electing a new governor today either. And I do realize that nobody seems to really care about today’s election. Here is why I need my fellow 20-somethings to start caring about New Jersey’s local governments and their… Read More Brian K. Everett Wants You To Vote Today, For Anybody, Please?!

November 3rd Should be Opposite Day in New Jersey

There is a lot of… stuff, floating around the New Jersey interwebs about how uninterested and uninformed New Jersey residents seem to be with the upcoming November 3rd election. Many say that this will be the lowest turnout ever, and in one instance, we have journalistic proof that at least in Cherry Hill, nobody gives… Read More November 3rd Should be Opposite Day in New Jersey

Hospital CEOs to Influence NJCD1 Race? Probably!

In a recent online video, Virtua Hospital’s President Rich Miller took to the interwebs to announce his hospital’s pending court battle over a controversial piece of NJ legislation which “legally” (for now) took EMS service responsibility in the City of Camden away from Virtua, and handed them over to Cooper Hospital. He also announced “political… Read More Hospital CEOs to Influence NJCD1 Race? Probably!

The Speed and Strength of Money & Legislation in Camden, NJ

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled the dismantling of the Camden City Police Force to have been an undemocratic process. The creation of the Camden County Metro Force was handled by the elected oligarchy, all while today, the State’s highest court says that the residents should’ve had the ability to vote on the issue via… Read More The Speed and Strength of Money & Legislation in Camden, NJ