Archive for July, 2018

When We Get To Mars, What Will We Live In?

NASA sponsored a competition for 3-D printed structures to be erected on Mars preceding an actual mission. Here are the five winners along with brief videos explaining their different processes/buildings. This article – A Home Away from Home – goes over some of the “nuts and bolts” of constructing habitations on the Red Planet.

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Cost of Going to College in New Jersey

Based on 2016/17, this interactive feature shows the true cost of attending college in New Jersey, not the publicly quoted tuition. See where NJCU ranks (among the best values once again for net tuition). As stated in the article “New Jersey City University and Rutgers-Camden were also among the most affordable schools, based on a review of aid, average tuition paid and tuition paid by income level.”

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The Under-35 Movers and Shakers in New Jersey

Here is a listing of the top 100 millennials in New Jersey; they encompass all political parties and represent a wide array of opinions and sectors.

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Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s Writings/Opinions

Thanks to this CRS guide, we have online access to many of his publications. And this CRS publication “…provides tabular listings of 306 cases in which Judge Kavanaugh authored a majority, concurring, or dissenting opinions.”

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2018/19 New Jersey School Aid: Winners and Losers

The recently enacted state budget calls for increases in state aid to many school districts; however, some districts will experience a cut in state support. Come here to find out how each county or school district has fared. Here is an informative article on the process.

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Full Text Transcript and Video of President Trump’s Helsinki Press Conference

I am a firm believer in accessing the original (primary) source at all times; here is both a full-length video and an unedited transcript of this event. Reactions to President Trump’s statements can also be read/viewed.

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Recent/Updated CRS Reports on Supreme Court Nominations

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