Friday, October 31, 2014
Friday, October 24, 2014
Black voters’ disappointment with President Barack Obama, who they so eagerly embraced for so many years, could be costly on Election Day to Democrats, who badly need a big African-American turnout to win Senate and gubernatorial races in key states. Instead, many African-Americans see an unemployment rate well above the national average, continuing problems with crime in many neighborhoods, and a president more interested in trying to help other voting blocs that didn’t give him such unwavering support.
He talks about same-sex marriage in a nod to the gay and lesbian community. He discusses immigration and its benefits, an issue particularly important to the Latino community. He fights for equal pay, a vital issue to the women Democrats so avidly court.
The black community, which gave Obama support like no other group, too often doesn’t see the investment paying off.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Sunday, October 19, 2014
94th Annual Far Hills horse race saw a swarm of 32,000 young and liquor-craving wealthy young adults hit the track for traditional boozing. The well-heeled revelers paid upwards of $200 to mix and mingle with old friends who brought the party in car trunks filled with pricey booze.