Painful and Difficult Decisions to Make on our Casino Tax Break Lawsuit

Because I am now a candidate for political office, I am not posting as an officer of    I am posting to inform members of that organization as their attorney for a court case in which I still represent them. Two years ago, and three of its members brought a lawsuit against Atlantic

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PICS: Liberty and Prosperity Fundraiser at Irish Pub.

PICS: Liberty and Prosperity Fundraiser at Irish Pub. Our well attended Washington-Lincoln wine and cheese fundraiser at the Irish Pub in Atlantic City was a big success. We depend on proceeds from this event to fund our activities for the next eight months. Our keynote speaker was active farmer and retired Cumberland County Judge Paul

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Stockton University’s “United Against Hate Day” Indoctrinates Students to Hate America, Whites, Jews, Men, etc.

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF STOCKTON UNIVERSITY February 5, 2018 Dr. Harvey Kesselman President, Stockton University 101 Vera King Farris Drive Galloway, NJ 08205-9441 President Harvey, I read the web page for Stockton’s first “Unite Against Hate Day” scheduled for tomorrow, February 6: The program is blatantly dishonest, harmful to students, and

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Has Atlantic City Really Been Turned Around?

Both Asbury Park Press and Bergen/NorthJersey Record published this guest opinion column by our Executive Director Seth Grossman.  Click here for link to Asbury Park Press. Fourteen months ago, former Governor Christie made West Orange attorney Jeff Chiesa his “deputy” with extraordinary powers to run Atlantic City.  So far, taxpayers paid $4 million to Chiesa’s

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Just Published by Press of Atlantic City! Seth Grossman Explains How Governor Christie Ignored Law to Put Atlantic City Half Billion Dollars in Debt.

“Atlantic City ‘routine’ bond ordinance is a big problem, says Seth Grossman, Somers Point attorney and President of”   This post was published in both the print and online editions of the Press of Atlantic City.   Click here for link.   Atlantic City ‘routine’ bond ordinance is big problem.   On New Year’s Day, Atlantic City’s

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