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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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What is in that medical journal is what schools receive all the time in NYC. My principal would display NYC health department notices all the time where the teachers picked up their mail. I have been reading about this for years. People with immune problems are the ones at risk, but who cares about them? It is more important that the left push open the borders for potential voters down the road.


you love being an idiot, carry on!


No, I love showing the hypocrisy of people like you.


you don't know anything about me. so your statement shows how empty your head is.

carry on. we all need a clown to entertain us


I actually knew elderly people who have died from the complications of pneumonia because they were exposed to an influx of illegal immigrants in their neighborhood. These were new strains found in that population. So if this virus is contagious, they it is about time this government take a look at the illegal immigrants which who brings in health problems especially in crowded communities.

Posted on: 3/23 15:15
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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What is in that medical journal is what schools receive all the time in NYC. My principal would display NYC health department notices all the time where the teachers picked up their mail. I have been reading about this for years. People with immune problems are the ones at risk, but who cares about them? It is more important that the left push open the borders for potential voters down the road.


you love being an idiot, carry on!


No, I love showing the hypocrisy of people like you.

Posted on: 3/21 20:58
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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What is in that medical journal is what schools receive all the time in NYC. My principal would display NYC health department notices all the time where the teachers picked up their mail. I have been reading about this for years. People with immune problems are the ones at risk, but who cares about them? It is more important that the left push open the borders for potential voters down the road.

Posted on: 3/20 15:23
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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An example of what migrants bring when they cross the border: TB, syphilis, measles, leprosy, and a changing list of current threats such as polio, cholera, diphtheria, smallpox, or severe acute respiratory syndromes.
https://sma.org/illegal-immigration-an ... at-of-infectious-disease/

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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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The point being, no one cared when this happened in 2009. No one cares when public schools get notices that children coming from immigrant homes are bringing in measles and TB among other diseases but for some reason the world goes ballistic over corona. Why were they silent on other health matters?

Posted on: 3/19 14:55
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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60 plus million people is one in five people infected in the US. That is a lot, especially those with compromised immune systems. H1N1 infected many children, too.

Posted on: 3/19 2:00
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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Why was H1NI that infected 60 million in the US and 14,000 died was considered no bid deal in 2009? Nothing shut down.

Posted on: 3/18 20:42
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Re: Newark Catholic Archdiocese Suspends Masses
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In 2009 when the swine flu hit, many Catholic Churches had large bottle of disinfectants placed on tables where pamphlets are located. The swine flu infected 60 million and over 14,000 died. There was no panic. It would be interesting to know how many are infected now and compare those numbers of the past.

Posted on: 3/17 18:45
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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I went to the dentist this morning and I was the last patient the dentist saw. He got the email from the city and he is concerned about patients who have emergencies.

Posted on: 3/16 23:10
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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Another example of the left falling into socialism which is the next step to communism. There is no free speech under communism.

Posted on: 3/16 0:38
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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I wished I save some of the notices from the NYC department of health mailed to schools. The notices were sent to remind schools all students should have their inoculations. It would list the number of diseases found in school children from the immigrant school population -measles, TB, smallpox, etc. These diseases affected the elderly and the very young but media totally ignore what was going on. https://sma.org/illegal-immigration-an ... at-of-infectious-disease/

Posted on: 3/10 16:09
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Re: Jersey City Medical Center Opens Sleep Disorder Center
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Ask any practicing Catholic on how to fall asleep. Start praying the Rosary in bed.

Posted on: 3/4 22:15
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Re: HUDSON COUNTY AND THE CORONA-VIRUS
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Before I retired from teaching in Catholic schools in NYC, I would read the reports from NYC health department sent to schools. There are more infections of measles and TB from immigrants. Some people do die from these diseases. Of course, parents are responsible for their children's health and that includes vaccines but the media never covers these stories, it is given to schools. I find it amazing how the corona virus affects the stock market. It would be interesting to know how many died from measles and TB compared to how many will die from this virus.

Posted on: 3/3 21:23
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Re: Councilman
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I do not believe anyone should rot in prison but that being said, during the Cucci Administration, various papers including the Jersey Journal did cover the welfare department in JC. The late Earl Morgan specifically wrote about the characters involve in this scandal. I only want to add, there is some truth in the wheelman comment.

Posted on: 2/29 23:25
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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Actually, nicky, the Jersey Journal are not posting the snarky comments people are making similar to your snarky remarks. The paper is posting my "letter to the editor" which is on their website. I use a real name not a phony to post my comments. They are trying to get rid of people like you.

Posted on: 2/27 15:53
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Re: Residential high-rise with school could replace 2 blocks in Downtown JC
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It is time for therapy Nick, I have never spoken on this subject. I do not live or ever lived in the Hamilton Park Association.

Posted on: 2/16 23:58
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School Board member, Gerald Lyons, guest of Nelson Ave
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Gerald Lyons speaks before the Nelson Avenue Neighborhood Association.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeRHd-kDobQ&t=989s

Posted on: 2/3 17:18
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Re: Plan calls for high-rise to replace 75-year-old public housing complex in JC
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Housing affordability? What a joke, there is no way this country can have housing affordability when citizens are competing for housing against illegal immigrants. When I was in school it was mandated to study the census so I have been following the census since. 1960s, 169 million people and approximately 2 percent were immigrants, I am not sure what percentage were illegal, that figure did not include the immigrants from Cuba. Jump to the mid 1980s, when Reagan was president, he always visited a foreign country by thanking them and gave the number of US citizens who sends thanks too. In 1985, he gave a speech to Portugal. He said, "I and 229 million Americans say hello." Today, that figure is 330 million which is considered a low figure. A large percentage includes legal, illegal and children of both groups that have citizenship. As long as a city is sanctuary, you will not have enough affordable housing.

Posted on: 1/31 17:15
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Re: Plan calls for high-rise to replace 75-year-old public housing complex in JC
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It is obvious some folks on JClist do not go to public meetings in various neighborhoods, it is not Yvonne, it is hundreds of people complaining about loss parking, especially bikes lanes at the expense of cars. There were hundreds of people at Hudson Catholic School including St. Peter's University, making the same complaint. Not to mention, the businesses that are hurt because shoppers go else. Really, how selfish are some comments. In fact the city should do a survey on the people of people that shop in Bayonne or other towns due to the loss of parking.

Posted on: 1/31 13:35
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Re: Green Jersey City
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Looks like the video was deleted.

It is still there:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wBZmmcA8A8

Posted on: 1/16 17:00
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Video on students green project, recycling, climate change, and birds at Caven Point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wBZmmcA8A8

Posted on: 1/13 21:04
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Re: House Inspector to avoid--John Estes, Regional Home Inspection
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If you are buying an older home that has not been touched in 50 or more years, you must assume everything must be updated especially the plumbing and electric. You must also consider that parts of JC are considered flood zones, so contact city hall for that information. Houses not in flood zones, have a longer life.

Posted on: 12/29 17:14
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Re: 5 N.J. officials & candidates charged in sweeping public corruption investigation
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Story of the cooperating witness in bribe case. https://newjerseyglobe.com/state-gover ... an-two-years-sources-say/

Posted on: 12/22 0:48
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Re: JC teachers who made 99K or more in 2019
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Baloney about inflation, people ignore that Bush 43 and Obama, a total of 16 years, had flat economies. The fact that Social Security recipients did not receive increase under Obama is ignored. But the spending under both administrations went through the roof. At the end of 2000, the national debt was $5 trillion but at the end of the Obama Administration, it was $22 trillion. Both administrations spent through the roof.


Lol. Hopefully Yvnonne didn't teach economics or math.


I proudly did because my students actually scored very high in the math portions of state exams. I actually wish NYS and the Archdiocese of NYC would release my students' scores.

Posted on: 12/21 19:47
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Re: JC joins Newark in suing de Blasio’s homeless relocation plan
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Yvonne, Reagan believed in immigration and signed an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.

You need to argue based on reality, not just make shit up.


Unfortunately, you did not go far enough with Reagan statement on immigration. What he signed was allowing anyone who came here before 1984, amnesty. He signed this in 1986. So that means anyone who arrived here illegally after 1984, is in violation of Reagan's immigration law. But actually, it you speak to people who know Reagan personally, he actually regretted signing this law. Google this, if you do not believe me.

Posted on: 12/20 16:12
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Re: JC teachers who made 99K or more in 2019
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Baloney about inflation, people ignore that Bush 43 and Obama, a total of 16 years, had flat economies. The fact that Social Security recipients did not receive increase under Obama is ignored. But the spending under both administrations went through the roof. At the end of 2000, the national debt was $5 trillion but at the end of the Obama Administration, it was $22 trillion. Both administrations spent through the roof.

Posted on: 12/20 16:05
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Re: JC joins Newark in suing de Blasio’s homeless relocation plan
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According to One America News


Lol

Where is your data?

Posted on: 12/19 21:14
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Re: JC joins Newark in suing de Blasio’s homeless relocation plan
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People have to fix the problems in their own country, escaping solves nothing. We allowed Cubans to escape and Cuba is still a horrible country. When Poland was going through its political problems in the 1980s, President Reagan closed the US borders. They could not escape and the Polish people had no choice but to stand up to the former Soviet Union. I is now a free country. But the bottom line - Americans are living on the streets while much of the affordable housing are filled up with foreign nationals, I learned this when I did voter registration in the 1990s and found foreign nationals from various countries living in tax abated buildings. This is probably why the Dems fought to keep the question of citizenship off the census. They want to keep the public stupid.

Posted on: 12/19 19:06
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Re: JC joins Newark in suing de Blasio’s homeless relocation plan
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That is not our own states exporting their problems to others. Refugees leave their countries to escape persecution.

You should be ashamed of making that comparison.


How do I know who is legit and who is just gaming the system? The bottom line, people go to council meetings all the time and complain they cannot find housing, basically, government is allowing citizens to compete for housing against immigrants. And government is placing liens on homes to pay for more services. 8,000 liens were listed by this municipal government in early December. Plus if you do not pay for IRS taxes, you go to prison. There is a cost to immigration. According to One America News, $265 billion is what this country has spend on illegal immigration, alone.

Posted on: 12/19 15:09
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Re: JC joins Newark in suing de Blasio’s homeless relocation plan
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But in the meanwhile, seven Democrat governors of Kansas, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington have approved more refugee resettlement in their local communities. An additional three GOP governors, Doug Ducey of Arizona, Doug Burgum of North Dakota, and Gary Herbert of Utah have approved refugee resettlement in their states as well. So how is that different?

Posted on: 12/19 1:56
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