Friday, January 24, 2020

Lessons From Eastern Europe

Palaces, fortresses, parks, museums, cathedrals, churches, synagogues and mosques in Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, and Hungary created a spicy stew of impressions in my mind during my recent visit...

What U.S. 1 Really Taught Me

I’ve read some books lately in which writers give credit to their editors. In his new book, “Home Game,” Michael Lewis acknowledges his Slate editors Michael Kinsley and Jacob...

Maintain Critical Flood Safeguards

We at New Jersey Future are both mystified and extremely disappointed in President Trump’s repeal on August 15 of Executive Order 13690. This action will remove critical safeguards intended...

Energy Efficiency Is Crucial for New Jersey’s Future

States are like light bulbs: Some use energy efficiently … and others not so much.

Corporate Philanthropy’s New Challenge

by Jennifer Brunelle and Amy KleinHow can corporations large and small stay connected nationally and support the local communities where their employees live and work?NRG and VolunteerConnect are noticing...

The Fridge Czar Signs Off

It is not so well known, except in certain circles, that I once threw a cheesesteak at someone’s head.This was early in college, which is starting to be a...

War Stories: 1777-1945

The ChrysanthemumsIt was the last week of August, 1945. World War II had just ended a few days earlier, with the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August...

Sandy’s Lessons for Energy & Transit

#b#From PSE&G#/b#One year ago Superstorm Sandy devastated New Jersey. Though we were prepared, no one predicted the immense destruction she would bring.Sandy knocked out power to more than 1.7...

On the Front Lines with HomeFront

Americans like to think of Christmas as a scene from It’s a Wonderful Life, which runs comfortably nonstop on TV through the holidays. But for some the everyday reality...

A Note from Princeton Community Housing

Our community suffered a terrible tragedy on December 27 when a fire ravaged a 24-unit apartment building we own at Griggs Farm. We mourn the loss of one life....

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus