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Murphy teases gym news; defiant owners exercise political muscle
Source:  92.7 WOBM
Saturday, 22 August 2020 12:23

Murphy on Friday continued to tease a fuller reopening of fitness centers, which along with indoor dining and theaters, are one of the few businesses that remain under the strictest restrictions. Continue reading…

Kamala Harris’ Catholic Problem
Source:  The Post Eagle
Saturday, 22 August 2020 12:19

(August 12, 2020) Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the problem Sen. Kamala Harris will have with Catholics:

Once Catholic voters learn more about Kamala Harris’ positions on an array of moral issues, Joe Biden’s vice presidential pick will have a hard time winning them over.

To begin with, Harris has tainted herself with the brush of anti-Catholicism. In 2018, she sought to stop a Trump nominee for a seat on the federal bench simply because he was Catholic. In doing so, she invoked a religious test for the bench, a patently unconstitutional act.

Here is how I characterized the Catholic League’s effort to help the nominee for a federal district job; my remarks were published in the Catholic League’s “2019 Year in Review.”We were among the first to come to bat for [Brian] Buescher, and our effort paid off. After much haggling, he was seated on the court in August [2019].”

The day after Christmas, 2018, I unloaded on Harris for questioning the suitability of Buescher for the job. His offense? His affiliation with the Knights of Columbus. She objected to his membership in the Knights because it is pro-life. Of course it is—it is a Catholic entity. In short, her real target was the Catholic Church.

Her craving for abortion rights is so strong that in 2019 she bludgeoned pro-life activist David Daleiden for his undercover video work showing how abortion operatives harvest and sell aborted fetal organs. Unlike the American people, the vast majority of whom want restrictions on abortion, Harris insists there should be none. She led the fight against a 20-week abortion ban.

Last September, following a Democratic presidential candidate debate, Harris criticized ABC panelists for not asking about abortion. The debate, she said, “was three hours long and not one question about abortion or reproductive rights.” She is so pro-abortion that in 2015, in her capacity as California’s Attorney General, she sought to cripple crisis pregnancy centers with draconian regulations. She was sued and lost in the Supreme Court three years later.

Catholics will be delighted to know that Harris is a co-sponsor of “The Equality Act,” legislation that would effectively gut Catholic hospitals.  As the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops said, it would put freedom of speech, belief, and thought “at risk,” thus vitiating conscience rights. It would also disable the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act, making mince meat out of religious liberty.

Harris’ passion for gay rights led her to become the keynote speaker at the 2017 Human Rights Campaign dinner, the prominent homosexual entity. She thrilled the crowd, saying, “Together we’ll fight when Planned Parenthood clinics are being threatened to shut down.” The audience was  ecstatic when she boasted that she “felt patriotic when on Valentine’s weekend in 2004, I performed marriages of gay couples at San Francisco Hall.”

What about men who think they are women, and vice versa? She’s fine with that. Do they belong in the military? Sure. What about biological males who think they are girls competing against real girls in girls’ sports? She loves it.

Harris’ persona is something to keep an eye on. She will fight to the end of the earth to keep black kids trapped in public schools, denying them the same school choice options she has exercised. Yet her stepchildren attended an elite private school in Los Angeles, Wildwood School, that costs about $44,000 a year. She made sure not to stick them in a public school.

If this shows her classist streak, her penchant for believing any sexual allegation made against men shows her sexist side. When Supreme Court nominee Bret Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Harris said about Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations, “I believe her.” That was before Kavanaugh testified. A year later, after Ford’s tale was blown wide open, Harris tweeted that Kavanaugh “lied.”

Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax is another man whom Harris smeared. When he was charged with sexual assault, she immediately labeled it a “credible account.” The accusation died on the vine. He still has his job.

More seriously, when her running mate was charged with sexual assault last year, Harris said of his accusers, “I believe them and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it.” She has never taken that back. Does she still believe Biden is a predator? If she hasn’t changed her mind, what does that make her?

Finally, Harris supports reparations for African Americans. That would not include her: her father is Jamaican and her mother was born in India. So she wouldn’t get a dime. But she would have to fork up lots of cash. Why? As her father disclosed—he is a Stanford University professor—one of her ancestors, Hamilton Brown, was a slave owner.

In fairness, then, if the average American has to pay X amount for slavery, Harris should at least have to pay 10X. Isn’t this what redistributive justice is all about? Catholics need to know.

The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
450 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10123
Phone: 212-371-3191
Fax: 212-371-3394


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Theater League To Present ‘Showtune’ Revue Sept. 12th
Source:  The Post Eagle
Saturday, 22 August 2020 12:14

NEW JERSEY – The Theater League of Clifton will present “Showtune,â€� a revue of music by Broadway legend Jerry Herman, on Saturday, September 12, 7 p.m. at Weasel Brook Park, 770 Park Drive, Clifton (adjacent to Paulison Avenue).

The show is free and open to the public, but those planning to attend must reserve tickets online through the Theater League’s website ( in order to accommodate safe Covid-19 social distancing. Online reservations will be taken beginning on Friday, August 14.

PHOTO: The Theater League of Clifton will present “Showtune,� a revue of music by Broadway legend Jerry Herman, on Saturday, September 12, 7 p.m. at Weasel Brook Park, Clifton. Pictured are (l to r) Jalmari Vanamo, musical director; Mark Peterson, president of the Theater League; and John Traier, producer of the show.

Audience members will be required to wear face masks and are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets. For additional information on the program, call (973) 928-7668 and leave a message. A rain date of Sunday, September 13 at 6 p.m. has been set (also in Weasel Brook Park).

Jalmari Vanamo is the musical director for Showtune, while John Traier serves as the producer. Mark Peterson is the president of the Theater League of Clifton. All three are long-time Clifton residents. Cast members for the show will include all-star performers from recent Theater League musical productions. The show also will feature a live musical ensemble.

Herman is best known as the composer of beloved Broadway musicals such as “Hello Dolly,� “Mame,� “Mack and Mabel,� and “La Cage aux Folles.� In 2009 Herman received the Tony Award for “Lifetime Achievement in the Theater.� His career spanned five decades and he died in December 2019 at the age of 88

Showtune is being presented via special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI) and funded through the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Passaic County Cultural Heritage Council. Kearny Bank is the corporate sponsor for the Theater League of Clifton.

By M. Gabriele

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NJ high school football coaches, officials pledge to 'support and recognize' peaceful protests during national anthem before games
Source:  Bridgewater
Saturday, 22 August 2020 12:11

Joint statement issued three years after game officials made national headlines, walking off field in protest of NJ high school players taking a knee


Dental Assistant
Source:  The Post Eagle
Saturday, 22 August 2020 12:04

Chairside Dental Assistant needed in friendly, high tech dental office.
Duties include chairside assisting of the doctor, sterilization, and maintenance of dental inventory.
Looking for someone who is comfortable with computers.
We are paperless, use digital x-rays, digital impressions.
Being able to pour models and making night guards and retainers is helpful as is a NJ X-ray license.
We are a small office and do not overbook appointments.
Salary will depend on level of experience and licenses.
Health benefits and retirement matching programs available.
Will train the right person but some experience is helpful.

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Dover family launches petition to save fall high school sports
Source:  Daily Record - Morristown
Saturday, 22 August 2020 11:56

The Dover Board of Education announced a switch to all-remote learning and canceled all in-person extracurricular activities at Tuesday night's meeting.


Police Investigate 2 Daytime Burglaries
Source:  MyVeronaNJ
Saturday, 22 August 2020 11:39

The Verona Police Department is asking for residents to be on the lookout for unusual activity in their neighborhood after two daytime burglaries were reported in the last 48 hours.

One burglary took place in the Brookdale section and one in Forest, and neither home was occupied at the time. “We are currently reviewing doorbell cams in the area and speaking with neighbors, and the investigation is moving quickly,” said Chief Christopher Kiernan on Saturday. “I encourage residents to lock their doors and set their alarm if they have one.”

“And always call dispatch is you see something suspicious,” Kiernan added. “No one knows your neighborhood better than you.”

The main phone number for VPD dispatch is 973-239-5000.


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House returns from recess to vote on $25 billion for USPS
Source:  Wayne Post
Saturday, 22 August 2020 10:59

WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives is set to consider legislation Saturday preventing any further changes at the United States Postal Service and providing $25 billion in funding ahead of an expected surge in mail-in ballots in the November election.  The Democratic-controlled chamber will likely pass the legislation, but it faces an uncertain future in the Republican-led Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R- [...]

Real Estate: 6 New Listings, 5 Open Houses, 4 Price Changes
Source:  MyVeronaNJ
Saturday, 22 August 2020 09:50

The lineup for Verona real estate this week sets you up for action: Six new listings, five open houses, 4 price changes. So now it’s 3, 2, 1, go discover your new home. Single-family homes dominate the action, but there’s a newly lowered price on a Claridge condo penthouse and, at the opposite end of the price points, a new listing for a Claridge studio. 

Here’s what’s happening, from lowest priced to highest in each category:

1 Claridge Drive #810: Studio condo in full-service high-rise building. Updated kitchen. $159,900.

58 Morningside Road: 3 beds, 1 1/2 baths. Three-season sunroom, deck, steps from Verona Park. $475,000.

17 Midwood Avenue: 3 beds, 2 baths: Open floor plan, back deck, central air. $479,000.

12 Beechwood Road: 4 bed, 2 1/2 bath Foursquare with wraparound front porch. New roof, boiler. $549,000. Open house Saturday 1 to 3 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

28 Afterglow Avenue: 4 beds, 2 1/2 baths: Mid-century modern. Deck off kitchen. $679,000.

55 Sunset Avenue: 3 beds, 3 1/2 baths. Family room with cathedral ceiling, back deck. $819,000.


54 Derwent Avenue: 2 beds, 1 bath. Enclosed front porch, deck in back. $439,000. Open house Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m.

85 Woodland Avenue: 3 beds, 1 bath. Family room opens to deck, fenced yard. Price cut $40,000 to $459,900. Open house Sunday noon to 3 p.m.

12 Beechwood Road: 4 bed, 2 1/2 bath Foursquare with wraparound front porch. New roof, boiler. $549,000. Open house Saturday 1 to 3 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

26 Laurel Court: 4 beds, 2 1/2 baths. Updated split with heated floors. For sale by owner. $699,000. Open house Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

53 Brookside Terrace: 4 beds, 4 baths. New construction, finished basement. $780,000. Open house Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m. both days.


2 Claridge Drive #4FW: 1 bed, 1 1/2 bath condo in full-service high-rise building. Offered fully furnished. Price cut $29,100 to $429,900.

85 Woodland Avenue: 3 beds, 1 bath. Family room opens to deck, fenced yard. Price cut $40,000 to $459,900. Open house Sunday noon to 3 p.m.

1 Claridge Drive #4: 3 bed, 3 1/2 bath duplex condo penthouse in full-service high-rise building. Northwest views, multiple terraces. Price cut $151,000 to $799,000.

256 Fairview Avenue: 5 beds, 5 1/2 baths. Living room with 2-story ceiling, first-floor master suite. Price cut $85,000 to $990,000. 

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Gov. Phil Murphy signs bill eliminating title of 'freeholder' for county officials
Source:  Courier Post
Saturday, 22 August 2020 08:50

Backers of the move said changing to 'commissioner' is part of the state government's response to the national reckoning over racial justice.


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