Hoping on Hope

Not sure you heard, but Barack Obama becomes the nation’s 44th President today. He is the most popular man in the world right now, and to think that one year ago he was just an inexperienced, relatively unknown Junior Senator entering a Democratic race as big a longshot as the …

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The Obama Tax-Cut Scam

Less than a week to the election, and I’m admittedly perplexed by the amount of stupidity some smart people I know are displaying when it comes to their support of Barack Obama’s “tax-cuts for the middle class”. These allegedly intelligent friends of mine — living in Hoboken and in the …

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Your Vote Means Nothing

A few weeks ago, Hobokenites went to the polls in record numbers for the New Jersey Democratic and Republican Presidential primaries. All told, over 10,000 voters went to polling centers around the city. Amazingly, more residents voted in this primary than the last Mayoral election in 2005. A Hoboken resident …

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Ten Questions for Councilman-at-Large Peter Cammarano

Peter Cammarano was elected Councilman At-Large in 2005, meaning he doesn’t represent a particular ward in Hoboken, but the entire city. The 30-year-old is originally from Wayne, about 25 minutes west of town. He eventually attended BU (graduating cum laude) for his B.A. in Political Science before going to earn …

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