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Begone, Single-Use
Plastic Bags!

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Look around and you’ll see plastic bags everywhere: tumbling along roads, washed up on beaches, caught in tree branches, and clogging rivers, streams and storm drains. In 2017, volunteers for Clean Ocean Action collected more than 9,000 plastic bags during their spring and fall “Beach Sweeps” up and down the Jersey shore. In April, volunteers […]

PSAA’s 66th District 7
Convention Hosted By
Polonia Paderewski Choruses

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Foundation Helps Residents
Better Understand And
Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

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Hackensack, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco has announced that representatives from the Act Now Foundation – a grassroots nonprofit that works to educate people about Alzheimer’s disease – will be at the County’s Division of Senior Services on the second floor at One Bergen County Plaza every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 […]

Fate of Katyn Memorial:
Open Letter From The PAC
To The Jersey City Council

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Dear Members of the Jersey City Council: The Katyń Forest Massacre Memorial Committee has been, for nearly thirty years, a member organization of the Polish American Congress’s (PAC) New Jersey Division. Organized in Buffalo, New York, in 1944, the PAC’s purpose was to persuade President Franklin D. Roosevelt to require the Soviet Union’s Dictator Joseph […]

Survey Shows Collapse
Of Moral Values

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(June 1, 2018) Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a Gallup survey released June 1: Half the nation, 49%, say moral values in the U.S. are “poor.” This is the highest percentage ever recorded on this issue since Gallup first asked about it in 2002. Only 37% say moral values are “fair,” and a […]

A Too Little Known Story:
The Polish Army From
America And Poland’s Rebirth

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Social Security Combined Trust
Fund Reserves Depletion Year
Remains 2034 Says Board

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Disability Fund Improves by Four Years (June 7, 2018) The Social Security Board of Trustees today released its annual report on the long-term financial status of the Social Security Trust Funds.  The combined asset reserves of the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance (OASDI) Trust Funds are projected to become depleted in 2034, the […]

Art for Heart 2018
An Invitation To Chicagoland
Artists of Polish Descent!

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In 2011, Gift from the Heart Foundation (Dar Serca) in partnership with the Polish Museum of America debuted Art for Heart, a weekend-long art fundraiser celebrating Polish and Polish-American artists while benefitting both foundations. That weekend, the exhibit attracted over 500 guests to the Polish Museum of America to view the artwork of more than […]

Chesterton In Chicago
Shaw vs Chesterton:
The Debate

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ILLINOIS – Between 1908 and 1928 Bernard Shaw and G. K. Chesterton met several times to debate the issues of the day.  Each debate was moderated by Hilaire Belloc.  Chicago director and playwright Timothy Gregory has adapted one of those debates based on the writings of Chesterton and Shaw. ShawChicago has joined forces with the […]

Samantha Bee Is A
Model Feminist

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(June 1, 2018) Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the reaction to Samantha Bee’s obscene remark: There are feminists who are principled in their objections to sexism, but when it comes to those who have a public profile, there are very few of them. Most of those feminists put their love for abortion above […]