Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Sign of the Times: Pilsener Haus is sprinkled with the Jen Giattino dust

A perfect late August evening at the Pilsener Haus was the setting for the Jen Giattino for Mayor campaign event.

With City Council President Jen Giattino attending the event her council slate: Hoboken Zoning Board of Adjustment Chair Jim Aibel, Sal Starace and Jason Ellis.

With council members Peter Cunningham and Tiffanie Fisher on hand about 100 people attended to press the flesh and speak with the candidates.

City Council President Jen Giattino addresses the room at the Pilsner Haus earlier this evening with her council
slate in attendance: Jim Aibel, Sal Starace and Jason Ellis on hand. 

BoE district candidates for November

MILE SQUARE VIEW EXCLUSIVE




Here are the candidates filed to run for Hoboken Board of Eduction this November:


Three candidates will be elected for 3 Year Terms

Sharyn Angley*
Melanie B. Tekirian
Chetali Khanna
Patricia Waiters
Peter Biancamano*
Lauren Eagle
Anne Marie Schreiber
Bryan Angley
Jennifer Brennan


* denotes incumbent 

For the love of 1984

Late August seems like an appropriate time to pause and ponder the wealth of ideals surrounding us.
Here's the original film 1984, the first rendition of George Orwell's famous book "1984" brought to celluloid.

It's an appropriate time to sit back and read the original but take a gander at the first 10 minutes and see if it reminds you of anything.

War is Peace; Ignorance is Strength; Freedom is Slavery... Violence defeats "Bigotry?"



Talking Ed Note: Wouldn't you know one of those slogans found its way into a Hoboken mayoral campaign. Nationalize, yes nationalize my friends and you will be freed of all common sense.
May your hate and embrace of disinformation deliver the State a powerful ceaseless victory.

Related: Over on NJ.com, Al Sullivan of the Hudson Reporter is accused of thought crimes.
One can only guess where this hysteria of stupidity against the First Amendment may end.
Apparently, it won't be ending today. Good luck and hang in there Al.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2017/08/nj_reporter_faces_furor_over_racially_charged_poet.html