Eisenhower Fellowships Promote International Understanding

May 24th, 2011

By Pamela Tsai
Epoch Times Staff
May 24, 2011

PHILADELPHIA— Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Colin Powell presented an award to Mr. Jeffrey Koo last week. It was the first time a person from Taiwan had won the Eisenhower Fellowships Distinguished Alumni Award.

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Whitman’s Daughter, Former Senator Top Christie Appointments

May 20th, 2011

By John Celock
Westfield Patch
May 20, 2011

Governor makes nominations to number of state boards.

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Whitman speaks to women

May 18th, 2011

Courier Post
May 18, 2011

Ex-governor keynotes leadership summit.

UNION (HUNTERDON) — New Jersey’s first woman governor told a conference of county businesswomen that to get more women in leadership positions, they needed to get more involved in their world.

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Black Women’s Journey Examined

May 17th, 2011

By Barbara S. Rothschild
Courier Post
May 17, 2011

Somerdale native Sophia Nelson is not the same woman she was when she ran for Camden County freeholder at age 28 and won the GOP primary to run against Democrat incumbent Rob Andrews in the 1st Congressional District when she was 29.

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Where all the power sits in New Jersey

May 17th, 2011

By Mark J. Magyar
Star Ledger
May 17, 2011

Chris Christie is never mentioned in the New Jersey Network documentary, “The Power of the Governor.” But anyone who wants to understand how a governor whose party does not control either house of the Legislature can force his will should watch this well-crafted — and timely — documentary.

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OPINION: Attacks on EPA are shortsighted

May 13th, 2011

By Christine Todd Whitman
The Hill
13 May, 2011

As Congress faces the very real challenges of cutting federal spending and putting the country on the path to a balanced budget, it faces predictable pushback each time it identifies a program to cut. The magnitude of what lawmakers are trying to accomplish argues for a thoughtful approach that separates out short-term political and ideological cuts from the larger, more impactful ones.

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