I don’t care about what Governor Christie said today. I don’t care how proud he is about signing two bills into law that are more of the same ineffective drug policies. Our reality still remains true; there are tens of thousands of opiate addicts in New Jersey, and counting. Look. At. The. Data. This reality… Read More Listen Christie, We Need Real Drug Reform
I wish that Brian O’Neill was proposing an addiction treatment facility just a few miles down from where he currently is in Haddonfield. I wish he was proposing to build one of his facilities in Cherry Hill, in plain sight, so that all the children of Suburbia could see addiction in real life, and not… Read More Your Suburban Children Need To See Addiction
In so much of my writing I have concluded that there are things that need to be considered for legislation at the state level for New Jersey. Well, as I’ve read more and spoken with community members, I have determined that I need to create a brand new subject area for this website, which will… Read More Proposed Camden City Legislation: Balancing The Business Landscape
It’s time for me to reclaim this story and to set the record straight. Recently, there has been some news coverage concerning the Radio Lofts building in Camden, New Jersey. The first article from this past week was written by Alison Steele of philly.com. Within her story, the focus was placed on the lack of… Read More Setting The Record Straight: The Radio Lofts In Camden
My favorite writer from PolitickerNJ, Jay Lassiter, recently wrote an extremely interesting article about the top four things that bother him most about Trenton politicians. Given that New Jersey has one of the most volatile political climates where citizen voices are often not heard, I figure that we should all do the same, and we… Read More Light Your Torch and Bang Your Drum, New Jersey!