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INweekly newspaper highlights

MonDaily Dose PNJ writes on Joe Scarborough replacing Imus and has another property tax article. The Daily News is asleep and doesn’t update website. News…

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Sopranos ending disappoints

Dull. Spent entire show waiting for something big to happen. Phil gets knocked off, not Tony. Homeland Security helps Tony’s crew locate him. AJ goes…

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PNJ adds disclaimer and posting rules

Here’s something new on the pnj.com site: pnj.com and its related sites are pleased to be able to offer its users the opportunity to make…

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Wernicke nails it

In his Sunday column (Carl Wernicke: Our real problem remains insurance ), Carl Wernicke nails it. Insurance is a much bigger issue than property taxes….

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Poverty as a political platform

Those who read my column and this blog know of my concerns over this area’s poverty. The NY Times has a great article on how…

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What’s in the daily newspapers

As we all suspected the big feature in the PNJ is on property taxes and local budgets. The Money section reminds us that there are…

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Pnj.com viewers don’t like Joe

Joe still has problems with the locals or, at least, the daily newspaper’s web readers if you believe the accuracy of the daily’s web survey….

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My Sopranos ending

Tony hires Ellis Bullock who helps spin this misunderstanding with Phil and rebuilds Tony’s image. Mort O’Sullivan steps in and helps the two mob bosses…

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Luke McCoy & Pensacola Speaks returns on June 11

According to the WCOA website (WCOA), Luke McCoy and Pensacola Speaks will return to airwaves. Expect a Mark O’Brien column soon. Cumulus has lost any…

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