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July 29, 2011

As a throng of Muslim families crowd around him, Abu Izzadeen speaks in a quiet voice of his plans for the future of Britain.

The tall, bearded 36-year-old - who was recently freed from prison after serving a term for funding terrorism - is telling, in chilling detail, how he wants to impose Islam's strict Sharia law on this country. At a shopping mall in Waltham Forest, North London, Muslim passers-by listen intently. Some shout greetings in Arabic from across the street.

by T. Colleen Morgan

July 16, 2011

A Bridgewater bookkeeper who is facing embezzlement charges for allegedly taking almost $86,000 from the private Canterbury School in New Milford while she worked there-to finance the renovation of her Keeler Road home-was charged with perjury last week.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit on file in the Litchfield Superior Court, Deborah Wilmot was charged with perjury May 11 after an assistant state's attorney discovered that the defendant in the embezzlement case allegedly did not tell the truth in court while she was under oath.

June 6, 2011

The United Nations has declared cutting off access to the Internet a human rights violation, according to a report by Wired.

The report released Friday by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection to Freedom of Opinion and Expression came just as Syria's Internet was disconnected. According to a report by the Associated Press, authorities have cut off Internet access before in areas of military operations but Friday's outage was more widespread. US security firm Renesys said that two-thirds of all Syrian networks were unavailable. These outages recall the earlier Egypt Internet outages in January where more than 88 percent of ISPs were cut off.

by Assemblyman CHIVUKULA

September 27, 2004

Allows parents of dependent home-school children gross income tax credits for tuition expenses for certain gifted and talented distance learning classes.

Under the bill, a taxpayer is allowed a credit against the tax otherwise due for the taxable year pursuant to the "New Jersey Gross Income Tax Act," in an amount equal to 50% of the amount of tuition for a class or classes offered by a distance learning program for the gifted and talented paid by the taxpayer during the taxable year, not to exceed $750 of credit for each dependent child.

by Assemblyman Diegnan, Assemblyman Barnes

September 13, 2004

Provides that children under care, custody or supervision of DYFS may not be home-schooled.

This bill provides that children under the care, custody or supervision of the Division of Youth and Family Services, including children placed in resource family homes or in kinship care homes, may not be home-schooled and are required to be enrolled in a public or nonpublic school.

by Assemblyman Chiappone

January 27, 2004

Requires full-day kindergarten in all school districts by the 2005-2006 school year and establishes a Statewide uniform age requirement for enrollment in kindergarten.

Under this bill, any school district which operates a kindergarten program may only admit a child if that child has attained the age of five on or prior to September 1. The bill will provide a uniform age of eligibility for kindergarten throughout the State.

by Assemblywoman Pou, Assemblywoman Cruz-Perez

January 7, 2004

Raises age requirement of compulsory school attendance from 16 to 18 years old.

This bill raises the age requirement for compulsory school attendance from 16 to 18 years of age, except for students who graduate from high school prior to their eighteenth birthday. This change would first apply to children who are in the eighth grade at the time of the bill's enactment.

by Assemblyman Stanley, Assemblywoman Greenstein

January 2, 2004

Requires school districts to notify DYFS of certain pupil absences.

If any child enrolled in a school district has an unexcused absence for five consecutive school days, the attendance officer of the district will investigate the absence and notify the district superintendent of the absence. The district superintendent is to notify DYFS for its determination of whether DYFS is or has been involved with the child and whether action, as appropriate, is warranted.

by Kyle Williams

December 13, 2003

Sens. Hillary Clinton and John Warner are sponsoring legislation that would enact a national seat belt law, requiring states to pass laws mandating the usage of seat belts or obtaining a 90 percent use rate among citizens.

These days, many choose to rely on government. Capitalizing on that, the Big Daddy government will happily supply the needs, creating a dependent nation. But if the government is daddy and we're the children, as I've said before, there is definitely some child abuse going on - a new era has emerged, causing a few problems.

January 10, 2013

A long line of people snaked out of a North County machine shop on a recent Sunday. The customers were there to build a gun.

Customers do not get to the machine shop until after they are checked out by Ares Armor in Oceanside. Team 10 promised not to reveal the location of the actual machine shop. Dmitri Harris runs the Ares Armor store, along with his buddies, some Marine Corps infantry veterans. The shop is busy because more people are finding out about the chance to build your own gun without having to go through any registration or government signups of any kind. It is possible because of the Gun Control Act of 1968. It reads, "an unlicensed individual may make a firearm," but also says it has to be for personal use and cannot be for sale or distribution.

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