In Camden, Fighting the Good Fight is not Enough

               The Inquirer’s Claudia Vargas has published today a wrenching tale of the continued struggle to make do in Camden, now almost universally referred to in the press both as the nation’s poorest and most dangerous city.  The essay attracted the usual negativism from Internet boobirds blaming either the poor for their own predicament or … Read more In Camden, Fighting the Good Fight is not Enough

Camden Haven in a Storm Threatened by Tone Deaf Christie Administration

           In the months following hurricane Sandy, Governor Christie basked in the attention he received for caring about the victims of the storm.  The storm brewing on the Delaware River in the City of Camden—a murder rate of epic proportions—received nothing but a cloak of silence from Trenton.             In the new year, the Christie … Read more Camden Haven in a Storm Threatened by Tone Deaf Christie Administration