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156 years later, a day to remember…

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The Gettysburg Address is a speech that U.S. President Abraham Lincoln delivered during the American Civil War at the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on the afternoon of Thursday, November 19, 1863, four and a half mo... More »

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ONLINE POLL: Should there be mandatory School Uniforms?

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READ MORE HERE: By Natalie Regoli @ Vittana.org It’s a common tradition to take a photograph of the kids as they leave for their first day of school. In many school districts around the world, that means taking a picture of a child that is dressed in a school ... More »

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Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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Relax and enjoy. The action starts again in September. https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/bergen/lyndhurst/2019/08/29/lyndhurst-nj-police-shares-white-claws-post-misses-sexist-overtones/2153066001/ More »

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Reason for doing the right thing…if one can.

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Boyce lived with epilepsy before his sudden death By NANCY DILLON| NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |JUL 08, 2019 | 1:24 PM    Beloved Disney star Cameron Boyce lived with epilepsy before his sudden death Saturday at age 20, law enforcement sources confirmed to the Daily N... More »

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Bullies are beaten when giving up isn’t an option…

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Today, exactly seventy-nine years ago, June 14, 1940, the Nazis occupied Paris… And 14 years ago, Bobby Giangeruso and Tommy DiMaggio first occupied Lyndhurst Town Hall… Remember Churchill’s greatest speeches: ‘We lie within a few minutes’ striking distance’ 1... More »

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Today, in Joyce Town…

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I started this blog in 2017 because Joyce DiMaggio and her family attempted to silence Free Speech in Lyndhurst and any criticism of Joyce’s husband, Commissioner Thomas DiMaggio, and Mayor Robert Giangeruso, by threatening the owners of the old Lyndhurst Mess... More »

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Bravo, Mr. Valiante

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This morning, Lyndhurst, for the first time celebrated LGBTQ Pride Month with the raising of the Pride Flag at Town Hall. It was a significant step forward for the community as a whole. “Christopher Valiante, a resident who was the driving force behind the pro... More »