Weekend News Roundup & Open Thread for March 23-24, 2013

Grass for Derek Jeter to play on, from Pilesgrove, New Jersey.

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A veteran commits suicide every 65 minutes, 22 veterans a day

  • Young vet's suicide suicide shatters air of stability.

    You can see the pickle in which Christie finds himself.

  • Should Chris Christie Sign the Ban on Gay Conversion Therapy?
  • Christie waffles, and gets slammed.
  • Christie: You can't cure gays, but I'll let doctors try.

    Nothing gay here. Move along.


  • You're probably not invited to Mitt Romney's Summer Mixer.


  • Blue Jersey Exclusive Interview with Sen. Barbara Buono.
  • With no primary threats, Christie and Buono make tracks on campaign trail.
  • Christie gets celebrity treatment at Middlesex GOP convention.
  • Stile: Christie may not need a united GOP in Bergen.

    Tucker Carlson IS a baby prostitute

  • In which The Daily Caller and its big boss Tucker Carlson are every bit the bullshit artists you knew them to be.
  • Washington Post and ABC News - they've got the goods.
  • Did Daily Caller pay to frame Menendez?

  • Senate ethics probe hasn't slowed down Menendez.

    Didja know Chris Christie was Gov during Sandy? Huh? Didja?

  • Bloomberg pokes fun of Christie at Broadway show benefit.

    Funniest photo of the year?

  • Nearly lost, as people laugh, is that Newark-born Shaq came to talk guns.

    70 firms devise strategy to quash EPA's plans for Passaic River cleanup

  • Star-Ledger has learned the companies have been courting public officials in an effort to generate support for their own less costly clean-up project - one environmentalists and EPA administrators doubt would work.


  • Blue Jersey Ed Roundup via Jersey Jazzman.


  • Riordan: Gay conversion: A myth that needs to be legislated away.
  • Schoonejongen: Dems go overboard criticizing Christie.
  • Ingle: Slow medical pot rollout lacks compassion.
  • Moran: Corrupt, or just sleazy, insurance biz costs taxpayers.
  • The Auditor: Is this Essex County assemblywoman a double dipper?


  • N.J. bill would raise payment for wrongful conviction.


  • Christie finds tough road in debt reduction pledge.
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