True philanthropy doesn’t come at the expense of others by Mike Morgan

A response to the Op-Ed by Mr. Katz in the Philadelphia Inquirer Dear Interstate Outdoor Advertising CEO Drew Katz, What is a Camdenite to do? No matter which side of the billboard issue a Camden resident supports, someone loses. So how are we to decide? For billboard supporters, the majority of whom seem to be … Read more of True philanthropy doesn’t come at the expense of others by Mike Morgan

Black Swans do Exist by Jared Hunter

There’s a lot of meat to dissect here and I’m sure that most of you already know what I’m talking about, but I’ll give a basic context and move into the more pointed observations I came away with. On Wednesday afternoon, ROI (a New Jersey-based online business press outlet) published an article after having interviewed … Read more of Black Swans do Exist by Jared Hunter

#IamSoCamden by Felix Moulier

Felix Moulier wrote this in response to yesterday’s post: Why do you live in Camden? Thanks! Camden is me and I am Camden. There is no other place I’d rather live or raise my daughter due to my many great experiences as a child. Born and raised primarily in East Camden was a humble upbringing where … Read more of #IamSoCamden by Felix Moulier

Court Rules with Parents and NAACP that Camden Deserves a Vote on School Board

Camden residents just won a huge victory in the ongoing efforts to get a vote on whether their school board should be elected. Here’s some of the details from my piece at Blue Jersey.  The nitty gritty is this: in 2010 the MRERA (the legislation that created a municipal take over of Camden, but also … Read more of Court Rules with Parents and NAACP that Camden Deserves a Vote on School Board