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  1. Stone Harbor - Many historians are still puzzled how intelligent, artistic, accomplished Germans in the 1930's could become despicable Nazis, but isn't the way today's media, cable especially, is whipping up near hysteria to a seemingly gullible American public, worried about Ebola, doing the same? Are we capable of sensible, reasonable thinking about this virus?

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  2. Rio Grande - No one is opposing assimilation into the general culture here, but in time, census surveys show there will be a near majority in many cities, especially, of Hispanic speaking people. Does anyone seriously expect this group to accept having to learn, for them, a foreign tongue? Do you not understand how our nation will be changing in a generation or two?

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  3. Ocean City - A Rio Grande spouter complained about non-stop talk about Iraq, ISIS and the elections. He or she stated, "What concerns most of us average Americans is keeping our jobs, paying our bills, putting food on the table and keeping our families safe and sound." Obviously, he or she does not understand that the elections are the most significant factor in stabilizing our local and national economy, while providing jobs and safety for our families. If we elect fools, what will happen?

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  4. Wildwood - To the spouters who think the military option should be discouraged for high school students: I graduated from a local high school, went to a four year college, graduated with a high GPA and immediately got a full-time job. I also have $45,000 in college debt. My fiance enlisted out of high school, served overseas, has a full-time civilian job and still serves in the military. He has no debt. We both took very different paths with different versions of success. Do not discourage serving this country. Be thankful and support our troops. You owe them your freedom.

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  5. Wildwood - Once again, a cover article in Time attacks the teaching profession, repeating the tired argument about removing tenured teachers. All of this stems from three or four Silicon Valley millionaires who presume to know more about schools than the people who work there. By using their money and power, they have helped ruin public education in this country.

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  6. North Cape May - Why has all this furor over Ebola now suddenly become a women's issue, who are calling for quarantines for our soldiers returning from West African deployment, arguing these servicemen pose a threat to American families and school children? Is anyone actually listening to what the medical professionals are saying?

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  7. Dennisville - It's interesting how many negative reactions there were to the spout arguing against sending more U.S. aid money overseas. Just what do we get for borrowing foreign money to then give to overseas countries, when our own roads and bridges are deteriorating, and our kids go to schools built in the early 1900's?

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  8. Wildwood Crest / Valley Forge - Why doesn't the Wildwood Crest Board of Education publish the minutes to their board meetings? If you want to see what was discussed, you must file a public records request. What are they trying to hide?

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  9. Avalon - Those of us who oppose the hotel project, are opposing all of the current zoning variances that would be required. We simply want to preserve Avalon's current zoning laws and the Master Plan. The strict zoning is what makes our town unique and is why we chose to buy here. Height and use variances would be needed. The project is twice the permissible height and does not provide adequate parking. This proposed project can easily accommodate well over 1,000+ people at any time, with only 44 planned parking spots, not counting the two allotted for electric cars.

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  10. Cape May. - The wording of the Lower Cape May Regional School funding question on the Nov. 4 ballot distorts the intent of the people of Cape May. It was never our intent to change the funding formula to solely reflect the number of students, but rather to arrive at a middle ground to more equitably share the cost of education. I believe the wording of the question on the ballot, and the extreme financial consequences it presents, was intentionally worded to elicit a "No" vote. The 1993 N.J. law that ended the property assessment funding requirement allows for alternate funding methods.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014

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