It's finally here! The service that everyone has been waiting for and it is centrally located in downtown Lakewood. Mr. Clipper, a beautiful new state of the art grooming salon for men with a separate children section is located at 424 Clifton Ave. On the corner of 5th Street. Convenient parking right next door. It is a state of the art clean new barber shop. A regular cut is 12 dollars and a beard trim is 6. If you have a special occasion and want to look your best, you can get a hot lather shave with hot and cold towels, lavender and moisturizer. For only 20 dollars you can feel like a million bucks.
The latest effort of legislators to show that they care about gun violence without actually doing anything real to curb gun violence by enacting laws that will soon be outdated. A proposed law by Assemblyman Sean Kean wants to enact a 10 thousand dollar fine if a store sells a mature rated game to a teen. Besides for the fact that stores currently do not allow the sale of mature games to children. The entire law will look antiquated in a few years. Games are no longer being physically sold in stores as the new consoles will be able to download all the latest games directly to your home. Here is a list of current laws that our legislature is going to be removing from the books. Perhaps they should wait a few months for the video game law to be included.
WHEN CHESKY SEITLER AND CARL FINK RAN FOR BOARD OF ED POSITIONS THEIR MOTTO WAS NO NEW TAX INCREASES
Tomorrow evening the BOE will approve a 4.2 million dollar increase to the school budget. SEITLER and Fink will say it is because of the busing increase or blame it all on special ed needs. But a large part of the increase is because we did not receive enough state funds. What these members would never tell us is the reason why we did not receive sufficient funds. Last year they stood proudly smiling on local blogs saying that they prevented a budget increase. What they didn't realize was that eventually an increase would be needed, and by playing politics last year in order to gain enough support to oust Michael Inzelbuch and look good in the eyes of voters to get their candidates in, they ended up costing us millions more this year.
A 93-year-old former Nazi SS man who claimed he was a cook at the death camp is now being investigated anew. Bloomberg Prosecutors in Stuttgart are investigating a former Nazi SS man who was allegedly a cook at the Auschwitz death camp in Poland, the BBC reported on Wednesday.According to reports in the German media, 93-year-old Hans Lipschis, who worked at the camp from 1941, is currently living in Aalen in southern Germany.
A pro Israel PAC fund-raiser for Newark Mayor Cory Booker brought in $100,000, even though Booker has not yet made his intentions to run for United States senator in 2014 official. The April 21 fund-raiser at a private home in Englewood was hosted by NORPAC, a nonpartisan PAC that backs pro-Israel congressional candidates.Its president, Ben Chouake, said 40 people attended the event, where the 43-year-old mayor spoke to “our key concern, Iran.”“He is a supporter of foreign aid and America’s partnership with Israel, and he talked specifically about Iran, saying it was extremely important that America prevent this terrible danger [of Iranian nuclear attack] from happening,” said Chouake, in a phone interview a day after the gathering.The event was off-limits to reporters, but Chouake said the Democratic mayor of New Jersey’s largest city was especially popular among Jewish suburbanites.
While other legislators are trying to stop teenagers from playing violent video games to prevent gun violence, other legislators have been fighting an uphill battle for common sense legislation. Even al-Qaida gloats about what's possible under U.S. gun laws. In June 2011, a senior al-Qaida operative, Adam Gadahn, released a video message rallying people to take advantage of opportunities those laws provide."America is absolutely awash with easily obtainable firearms," Gadahn says, explaining that "you can go down to a gun show at the local convention center" and buy a gun without a background check.Then a faint smile crosses Gadahn's face. "So what are you waiting for?" he asks.Under current laws, if a background check reveals that your name is on the national terrorism watch list, you're still free to walk out of a gun dealership with a firearm in your hands — as long as you don't have a criminal or mental health record.Data from the Government Accountability Office show that between 2004 and 2010, people on terrorism watch lists tried to buy guns and explosives more than 1,400 times. They succeeded in more than 90 percent of those cases, or 1,321 times."It's absurd that we allow people to buy unlimited AK-47s, AR-15s and Uzis, even if we feel they are too dangerous to be allowed on a plane, even after they've gone through a security check," says Jon Lowy, a lawyer for the Brady Campaign, a gun control group.