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   EDITORIAL:  a surveillance society emerges


Life in the United States has drastically changed since Judge Brandeis rendered this opinion in the late 1920's.  All citizens and non-citizens alike have become  the targets of greater and more sophisticated methods of surveillance and data gathering tools...   America in 2004, has become a place that no longer respects privacy, and instead is becoming a police state. 

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Posted  September 5, 2004



EDITORIAL;  unanswered questions


The deterioration of the Krueger-Scott Mansion, a Newark historic landmark, developed mainly as a result of many poor decisions made by city bureaucrats and politicians.  After researching the current state of affairs of this building, we were left in the end, with many unanswered questions...


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Posted September 13, 2004

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