Correction: you mean how cold of Z&H Foods Inc. Like most fast food chains, most of the stores are actually franchises, not corporate owned. For example, when McDonald’s recently announced it was raising minimum wages, that affected corporate-owned stores, not franchises, which up make a vast majority of stores nationwide. And judging by the lack of any website related to Z&H, they are likely a relatively small operation.
April 18, 2015 at 7:59pm
I’m fine with a salary cap – so long as there’s a cap on ticket and concession prices. Unlike most unionized professions, save for actors/musicians, professional athletes are the product that consumers are paying for. So long as the free market, via the consumers, determine that games are worth the exorbitant cost of admission, along with advertisers willingness to spend on commercials during games, enabling the billion dollar television contracts, players are absolutely entitled to what the market is willing to pay – a salary cap only serves to choke that free market and the union would be derelict in their obligation to their members if they allowed a salary cap without a significant fight.
I’m pretty sure the problem isn’t that the State of New Jersey does business with the NFL, but the fact that Christie helped direct a Port Authority contract to a Jerry Jones-owned business.
December 11, 2014 at 3:08pm
One, it should be noted that the article’s title is potentially misleading – Buckley hasn’t been a Senator since 1976. Two, Buckley’s 1970 electoral win was with less than 40% of the vote – not exactly a resounding victory, helped in large part by the incumbent Republican (who’d been appointed to complete Robert Kennedy’s term), Charles Goodell (yes, Roger’s father), performing with less than 24% of the vote. Interestingly, the top of the New York Conservative Party ticket in 1970, gubernatorial candidate Paul Adams, got just over 7% of the vote.
Eliminateing JIHAD-FOREIGN-AID....."oh-well..... back to throwing ROCKS AND SAND!"
 October 23, 2014 at 10:49am
Why don’t we just get rid of marriage from the tax code and have everyone get civil unions? If you want t get religiously married in the eyes of your G-d, that’s your choice. Would eliminate all this discrimination crap.
That still doesn't push the homosexual back into the closet….
Civil unions did not project enough retribution for colonial Christian transgressions a few centuries back, and if you read Jrook you will see that the lgbltq-ers are lazy and cannot be bothered to seek out a better fit at other rainbow establishments; and the majority rainbow-ers are really into massive Govt over reach. It transcends many levels of the communists planks once put into the perspective of the rainbow mafia.
I'm all for that - but the homosexuals goal is to destroy the church. They have had Christians in their laser cross-hairs for decades now. It started with people coming out of the closet (we're nice people just like you) and is now steamrolling over the will of the peoples of the several states that had determined that marriage was a union between one man and one woman. Now judges all over the country have determined that Christians have no rights - period! Unless we can come together, forget our differences and show we truly outnumber them we are lost.
No. Over a third of American choose to be married by the state without having to seek the permission of any religious authority. Their marriages are just as real, and just as much marriages as yours. It’s been like that for a hundred years before we were born, contrary to the ridiculous new pretense that marriage was primarily or exclusively a religious institution right up until ten or fifteen years ago when gay couples started fighting for the right to wed.
 October 7, 2014 at 12:28pm
Between staff time, printing, and utilities associated with staff time and printing, what is the cost to the taxpayers of introducing legislation/amendments? Stop introducing bills/amendments that have zero chance of adoption.
 September 25, 2014 at 11:25pm
So I assume you keep Kosher…
[-1] September 22, 2014 at 11:42am
Deplorable, though the man still did more for his country than most. Even if you disagree with his politics, man was a genuine war hero, volunteering for a country that hated him.
That's a stupid comment, "a country that hated him"? Really, why because of the internment back when we were attacked at Pearl Harbor when we didn't have the intelligence capabilities that we do now? B.S. He sure went places for a guy who was so hated. I think we should intern people now, plenty of them starting with the Muslims that are calling for jihad against us (a country that lets them do that BTW) in Dearborn Michigan and plenty others.
September 18, 2014 at 6:13pm
A write-in vote is half a vote for Grimes, period.
 September 11, 2014 at 4:59pm
How is it political? If there’s clear negligence, whether intended or not, the law should be followed. Were it a civilian who inadvertently killed a police horse or dog, they would be charged. Were it a civilian who simply left their pet dog in a car overnight, leading to death, there’d at least be an animal cruelty charge.
 September 10, 2014 at 2:55pm
Maybe we shouldn’t be outsourcing school security to for-profit companies…
 August 27, 2014 at 3:38pm
What if the Executive Action is a pardon? You don’t have to be convicted of the crime to be pardoned (Nixon). While I disagree with the action, the constitution does specifically grant the power of the pardon, without prejudice to citizenship. It’d be hard to argue that a pardon would be illegal or unconstitutional.
A pardon would only absolve the person of the criminal act of coming here illegally. It would not nor could not, grant them legal status.
 August 25, 2014 at 11:32am
The problem is that the situations where a woman can be raped exist. If the answer is simply avoiding all places/situations where a rape may occur, that would mean avoiding everywhere. Whether a girl was promiscuous or not is immaterial – the fact that we live in a culture where a guy can be so desperate for sexual satisfaction that he’s willing to drug someone to attain that satisfaction is the problem. I don’t care if the girl is dressed in short shorts with her bust literally busting out of her top. It doesn’t matter. Common decency should reign. It’s the parents the individuals fault for being so warped; it’s the parents fault for not teaching their son the difference between right and wrong; and it’s society’s fault for perpetuating a society that values sexual gratification over common decency .
 August 25, 2014 at 11:26am
So according to your research, exactly zero girls have been victims of date rape? Does your ass, where clearly you pulled your research out of, have any studies to prove your conclusion?
August 19, 2014 at 3:11pm
Also, just because there’s unseasonable low temperatures in the northeast of the US doesn’t mean other parts of the world aren’t experiencing opposite extremes. During the whole polar vortex freak out, Alaska was experiencing record highs. It’s unfortunate that some people think the issue of climate change begins and ends with their hometown.
August 19, 2014 at 3:05pm
Just as it’s the organization’s right to kick out the member, as they did. So what’s your problem? Still bitter over the Civil Rights Act?
 July 20, 2014 at 2:51am
So in your mind, war isn’t necessary even if you’re attacked? Even the isolationists of pre-12/7/41 supported a military response.
July 16, 2014 at 10:26am
I’m sorry, but where did you see the word “promoted”?