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Download Free Music, Videos
With Your Ocean County Library Card

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – Your valid Ocean County Library card will be your passport to a world of free music, videos and audiobooks through the Freegal® streaming and downloading service beginning Monday, August 10. Provided by Virginia-based Library Ideas, LLC, the Freegal® catalog contains more than 16 million songs, more than a million albums, more […]

Bill To Help New Parents Receive
CARES Act Stimulus Checks This Year

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Pascrell, Walorski, Panetta, Schweikert Introduce Bill to Help New Parents Receive CARES Act Stimulus Checks This Year Legislation will allow parents of newborns or adopted children to receive their $500 child economic impact payments this year WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Reps. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), Jackie Walorski (R-IN-02), Jimmy Panetta (D-CA-20), and David Schweikert (R-AZ-06) […]

NJMVC Adds Online Services
For Vehicle Registrations

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TRENTON, NJ – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission today announced it is adding more customer transactions online. These include registration renewals for historic vehicles, government vehicles, and vehicles used by blind and disabled veterans. This makes a total of twenty additional categories that the NJMVC has made available for online renewal, significantly reducing the number […]

Driver Knowledge Testing Restarts Aug. 3rd

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MVC Licensing Centers to Offer Testing by Appointment Only TRENTON, NJ – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission announced today that driver knowledge exams, also known as “written” driver tests, will be available to all drivers, including commercial drivers, by appointment starting August 3. All Licensing Centers except Oakland and Flemington will offer the tests. Appointments […]

Online Fashion & Photography Diploma
From Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design

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Get an Online Fashion Diploma and Online Photography Diploma at the Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design We would like to introduce innovative learning system using the latest technologies and over 30 years of teaching experience. Live online learning is a solution dedicated to people of Polish origin  who can not travel to Poland. […]

Deadline Extended For Scholarship

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The American Institute of Polish Culture is busy collecting applications for the Harriet Irsay Scholarship and the Lennox Family Award for Excellence. Because we want as many students as possible to have the chance to be awarded $1,500, we have extended the deadline to Friday, August 7, 2020. After that, it will be time for the Scholarship […]

The Dangers of Groupthink

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By Bryan Golden “Groupthink is a phenomenon that occurs when a group of well-intentioned people make irrational or non-optimal decisions spurred by the urge to conform or the believe that dissent is impossible.” – Psychology Today Groupthink is deleterious to individuals and organizations. Groupthink results in bad decisions becoming institutionalized to the detriment of all involved, […]

Urban Farms Taking Off

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When you think of farming in New Jersey, what comes to mind? Maybe huge rolling fields planted in rows of crops, or cows grazing in a pasture with a picturesque red barn? New Jersey has lots of farms like those, but farming in the nation’s most densely populated state is so much more! Picture this: […]

Supreme Court Affirms School Choice

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(June 30, 2020) Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a high court decision today on school choice: The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision written by Chief Justice JohnRoberts, ruled that a Montana school choice initiative that allows a tax-credit scholarship program to benefit religious schools is constitutional. The state program is voluntary […]

New York Times’ Bias Is Not Always Obvious

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(July 16, 2020) Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on further evidence of bias reporting at the New York Times: The opinion editor of the New York Times, Bari Weiss, resigned this week after being shamed for doing her job. She criticized what she saw as a censorial workplace, one that was biased against conservative opinion. […]