Summer 2010 made its official arrival on June 21, but the slow news cycle that generally accompanies the months of July and Augusts has already begun in the Garden State.
Sure, there has been plenty of shouting and name-calling going among our leaders in Trenton. But there has been a dearth of actions that are tangible. Even the June 8 primaries were largely uneventful.
It is no wonder then that one of the more intriguing news items to emerge in recent weeks was Continue reading