Monday, November 11, 2019

In Defense of Bats

Bats are just about the most misunderstood creatures on the planet, often thought to be creepy, spooky or dangerous. “They want to suck your blood, they’ll fly into your...

Why The Termination Process Is What It Is

The employment termination process is not pleasant for anyone. Surely not for the one whose employment is being terminated. And, contrary to what many might think, it is not...

Hail the Shy Harbingers of Spring

Snow or no snow, chill or no chill, spring is inevitable. There’s no gainsaying the vernal equinox. Days lengthen. Ground thaws. Spring’s exquisite ephemerals (flowers that bloom only so...

The Perfect Company: Skechers

Skechers has been as high as $51 in 2015 before problems with its walking shoes led to suits and missed sales targets.

Governor, Please Leave TESC Alone

I have almost zero interest in what officials, elected or otherwise, do. The worst of them are reined in —eventually — by a system that keeps any one person...

A Huge Victory for Preserved Land in NJ and Beyond

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Penn­East’s claim that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can delegate its authority to condemn state lands to a private company.

Your Lab Results Are In … Any Questions?

This article was written by Patricia Raya and Corine MogenisYou are sitting in your doctor’s office. The doctor has called you in because he has something to discuss. Your...

Black Ice & Chilling Commercials

The predicted Snowmaggedon of 2015 never arrived in New Jersey, but that does not matter much when I find myself sprawling face-down on the parking-lot concrete next to my...

Demanding a Cure for Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the largest cancer killer, and those who are surviving are beginning to demand a cure. Like me.I’m fed up. In the two years that I have...

Diversity Is Key to Managing Dramatic Changes

By all measurements, the publishing industry is enduring its own edition of an Anthropocene: unprecedented, multidimensional change.

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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