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“… qui tacet consentire videtur.” – (Latin: “he who is silent is taken to agree”)

For immediate release: NJ CD3 Congressional Candidate Frederick John LaVergne on the Statements of the Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump FREDERICK JOHN LAVERGNE FOR CONGRESS·SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2016 “… qui tacet consentire videtur.” – (Latin: “he who is silent is taken to agree”) Release Dated: Saturday October 8, 2016 at 10:00 p.m. “Like the rest…

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…as long as ever you can.

In the early 1950’s, there was a young sailor in boot camp at Bainbridge…Fred, the company clerk, was a gregarious, handsome devil, well-liked by his fellows. Also at camp was a classmate of Fred’s from Keyport High School, back in New Jersey. Bob, more shy and circumspect, had been a year ahead through school, and…

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Burlington County Times Editorial Review Response: (Voter’s Guide)

I was given only 1000 characters to articulate our planned legislative efforts, answering the single question, “What is your top priority?“ I submitted the following: “I am promoting a five-point legislative plan. The priority issues in our campaign for District Three are as follows: Jobs and Infrastructure – bringing manufacturing jobs back to the district…

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NCMA luncheon – Discussing the future of the JBMDL with stakeholders

  At the Naval Civilian Managers’ Association (NCMA) luncheon, where Lorna Phillipson and I were guest speakers…our Republican counterparts were invited, but were apparently unavailable. A very receptive audience, who asked pointed questions on the future of the JBMDL. Incidentally, Ms. Phillipson wowed them with her financial acumen…helps to be in a room full of…

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Jobs and Infrastructure – “When you can’t find an opportunity, CREATE IT!” – FJL

Jobs and Infrastructure – There is no question that much work is needed to fix our crumbling roads, bridges, and watercourses. That work, undertaken with Federal Dollars, means jobs for the region – unlike certain so-called “private concerns” that bring in “jobbers”, rather than jobs. An expansion of efforts in the arena of environmental abatements,…

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National Education Association Questionnaire, with my annotated responses.

  (These answers are my own – not prepared by a paid staffer.) Submitted July 5th, 2016 Questions – (please see explanations attached) 1  Do you support requiring each state, as a condition of receiving federal ESEA funds, to submit a plan outlining how—over a period of years—it will remedy disparities in educational tools, services,…

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