Month: October 2016

This changes EVERYTHING.

“Nonetheless, it moves.” – Galileo Galilei “ In a stunning work that spans more than 600 detailed and fascinating pages, within which is reproduced hundreds of actual copies of portions of rare government and private books, journals and manuscripts, some never made available to the general public at large before, and with all factual historical…

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AM I REGISTERED?

NJ VOTERS can check here –  AM I REGISTERED? Make sure you are registered at your current address. Deadline for Registration for the November General Election is October 15th. (Change of address can be later, but better to do so early and avoid a potential “challenge” negating your opportunity to vote for the candidate of…

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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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