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On June 7, 1913, the supporters of the Industrial Workers of the World led textile worker strike in Paterson, New Jersey held the Paterson Strike Pageant at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The only such stage of production of strikers in American history, perhaps nothing demonstrates both the great skills and significant limitations […]

The Christie Fraud

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On June 4, 2013

Rich Democrats can be really stupid, as the Newark Star-Ledger shows: Gov. Chris Christie is cashing in donations from top Democratic fundraisers and other traditionally liberal donors across the coun

That Fidel Castro. He might be 130 years old and in terrible health. But his power to destroy America remain unlimited. Just ask New Jersey Congressman Albio Sires, who blames recent allegations against Senator Robert Menendez on the nefarious island nation of Cuba: “I won’t even be surprised if somehow the Cuban government is involved […]

New Jersey

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On February 4, 2013

If you haven’t read this piece on how the New Jersey Democratic Party’s commitment to big money over popular support helped create the Chris Christie phenomenon that could have major impli

Christie

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On January 9, 2013

Since all the important people are now in love with Chris Christie for attacking his own party, let’s not forget that the man is the purveyor of awful, awful policies. No doubt the real solution

On July 3, 1835, children employed in Paterson, New Jersey’s textile mills went on strike, demanding an 11 hour day and 6 day week. The textile factory system that had begun in the late 18th century in New England might have originally attracted a “better class of labor,” with factory owners in Lowell, Massachusetts bringing […]
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