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ACLU: School’s Salute to Cops Sends “Ominous, Frightening Message”

Todd Starnes A patriotic, pre-game celebration honoring law enforcement and first responders at a high school football game has drawn the ire of the New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. New Jersey’s Middletown High School South saluted more than 100 police officers and military personnel on Oct. 21st. The celebration culminated with

NJ high school suspends student over anti-gun control class project

A New Jersey high school student was suspended and ordered to undergo a psychological exam over a class project that advocated against gun control, according to a report. Frank Harvey, 17, refused to see the psychiatrist and dropped out of Manville High School Tuesday, the Newark Star-Ledger reported Thursday. Harvey said his teacher now denies

One killed, more than 100 hurt after train crash at Hoboken, NJ station

One person was killed and 108 were hurt after a crowded train slammed into a busy station in Hoboken, N.J., during the Thursday morning commute, officials said, vowing a full investigation into what may have triggered the crash.  The woman who died was standing on a nearby platform and hit by debris from the crash,

Pence: NY, NJ, MN Terror Attacks ‘Call For New Leadership and Direction’

Prior to an evening rally in Dubuque, Iowa, Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) went On The Record to discuss the Trump campaign and the recent terror attacks in New Jersey, New York and Minnesota. “We’re all still reeling from the series of terror attacks on our country [like in San Bernardino and

Suspect in New York, New Jersey bombings awaits federal charges

The Afghan immigrant who authorities believe planted bombs in New Jersey and New York this weekend was captured Monday after a dramatic gun battle with police that sparked when officers found him sleeping in the doorway of a bar. Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was charged late Monday in Union County with five counts of attempted

NJ 2nd grade health class: ‘Allah loves those who make themselves clean’

Victor Skinner, EAGNews.org BARNEGAT, N.J. – Barnegat father Chris Sharpe was flabbergasted when his second-grade daughter showed him what her class has been studying in school. The Cecil S. Collins School student recently showed Sharpe a school worksheet that quotes from the Quran about cleanliness and explains to students how to keep up their appearance,

Trump to meet with Senate Republican leader McConnell Thursday

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will meet with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday, Politico reported on Monday, citing aides on Capitol Hill. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, is scheduled to visit Washington on Thursday to meet with House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan. Trump picks NJ Governor Christie to head transition team

51-Year Old Veteran Sets Himself on Fire Outside a NJ VA Clinic

For one veteran, the Northfield VA clinic did not provide sufficient mental health care. Charles Ingram, 51, who served his country honorably, walked up to within 75 feet of the VA clinic in Northfield, New Jersey last Saturday, saturated himself in gasoline and lit himself on fire.  Mr. Charles R. Ingram III of Egg Harbor Township

First Million-Dollar Drug Near After Prices Double on Dozens of Treatments

 Earl Harford, a retired professor, recently bought a month’s worth of the pills he needs to keep his leukemia at bay. The cost: $7,676, or three times more than when he first began taking the pills in 2001. Over the years, he has paid more than $140,000 from his retirement savings to cover his share

Drug Prices Defy Gravity, Doubling for Dozens of Products

 Earl Harford, a retired professor, recently bought a month’s worth of the pills he needs to keep his leukemia at bay. The cost: $7,676, or three times more than when he first began taking the pills in 2001. Over the years, he has paid more than $140,000 from his retirement savings to cover his share