Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Monday, January 18, 2010
Vonage Cancelation Fees after 1 1/2 Years of POOR service!!!
Well, i just found out a dirty little secret about Vonage and their terms of service. If you were unlucky enough to sign up between February 1, 2007 and May 29, 2009 you agreed to a 2 YEAR contract. What are they thinking!!! Your not a cell phone company where you gave away a $250 phone for free, they made me BUY a router, and I am still locked into a 2 year contract, or pay a cancelation fee! I dont remember agreeing to a rate increase when i signed up, but they had no problems doing that. Now they are getting one last fee out of me before I drop there sorry butt.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Below is a sidebar of the most notable people arrested in a recent roundup of NJ political officials. You may be surprised, or maybe not, but the lack of party affiliation attached to the democrats in the story, yet they remembered to put in the party affiliation on the lone republican in the list. I have blogged about this type of poor reporting before, but i figured it was time to bring it up again.
I wonder if the fairness doctrine that President Obama and Nancy Pelosi want to pass would require party affiliations be attached to EVERY politician in news stories, not just the republicans???
Is there anyone out there who doesn't think there is a political bias in the mainstreem media? I'd love to hear from you. Feel free to leave some coments below explaining your reasons for believing that.
Roundup nets several N.J. notables - USATODAY.com:
• Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano, 32: Lawyer and former Hoboken City Councilman since 2005, he was elected mayor of Hoboken in June.
• Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell, 64: Served more than two decades as mayor and a member of the town council, and is a former Secaucus Board of Education member. A Vietnam combat veteran, he is also the president of a family owned trucking company.
• Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Beldini: One of three deputy mayors for New Jersey's second-largest city.
• State Assemblyman Daniel Van Pelt, 44: Elected to the Legislature in 2008, the Republican from Monmouth County is also the mayor of Ocean Township, a post he has held since 1998, and is the Lumberton Township administrator.
Source: Associated Press"
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Just a quick note...
For a president who is all about fairness, the fairness doctrine, and equaltiy, why does he not put up a "Declare your Opposition" button on this page. Let's allow both sides to comment. That's what he wants, right? Bipartisanship?
Well, maybe someone else will take a real poll and see if the overwhelming majority of Americans support or oppose his position on government run healthcare.
For a first hand look at what i am talking about, here's the link that set me off: Organizing for America Watch the Prime Time Press Conference with President Obama
Thursday, July 16, 2009
If you think government over-reaches now with what they tell our kids in school, wait until this message comes to shore from our friends across the pond. All in the name of better health...
The Associated Press: UK health booklet's message: Teen sex can be fun: "UK health booklet's message: Teen sex can be fun
By GREGORY KATZ – 1 day ago
LONDON (AP) — Britain's National Health Service has a message for teens: Sex can be fun. Health officials are trying to change the tone of sex education by urging teachers to emphasize that sexual relations can be healthy and pleasurable instead of simply explaining the mechanics of sex and warning about diseases."
Just what every child needs to hear. If we dont start doing something as a nation NOW to turn the tide of socialism, stuff like this will be here in no time.
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
Why Steve Lonegan is the right man for the job of governor of New Jersey.
Mayor Steve Lonegan is the most conservative candidate I have seen for any political position in my nearly 20 years of following politics (although the last 10 years is when I started following it much more closely). There are few politicians who are conservative and don't dance around it to try to gain voters. They speak conservatism and win voters on ideas, not tricking them into voting for them by playing games with their words.
Here are 4 points that Lonegan has not been afraid to stick with, despite the criticism from fellow "conservative" Chris Christie, which shows everyone who the true conservative is, and who the politician is.
- A flat tax. Let me say it again. A FLAT tax. Sure, some people who aren't paying taxes now will pay a little more, but what is going on when some people aren't paying taxes at all? If they don't have any money in the game, they won't care how wasteful Trenton is with OPM (Other People's Money).
- No corporate or small business taxes. In the end, the employee pays this with lower wages or the consumer in higher prices. Let's cut the levels of taxation. There's no need for that many.
- School funding is another area that needs to change. Why can suburban town educate better than the cities for significantly less money per student. If the suburbs can do it for less, so can the cities; they just choose not to. When the city sees money flowing out of their school systems to provide a better education in a charter school, maybe they'll find out how to do more with less.
- Property taxes, and the rebates in particular, are a joke. Le me take thousands of your hard earned dollars, waste most of it, and whatever I didn't get a chance to squander, I'll return. This is a feel-good measure timed close to elections to make you think Trenton is working for you. Don't be fooled, if they were really working for you, they would have only taken what they needed in the first place. Let me keep the rest so I have it when I need it.
Well, my thumbs are tiring out, so I'll end this mobile blog here. Think about this when you vote in the primaries tomorrow. And remember, now is always the best time to start doing things the right way.
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Political Bias in Full Effect!!!
Notice that the republicans in this slideshow all show their party affiliation, but only 1 of the democrats listed also lists their party affiliation.
Do you think ABC willfully left this out, or do you think they are so bias that they don’t even realize they do this?