Barry Hussein U-bama is looking to garner support in Atlantic City. Conservatives should prepare to be away from the area on 6 September. The following information is taken from Mr. U-bama’s web-site. Atlantic City for Change (Canvass) On Saturday, September 6th, Barack Obama’s Campaign for Change in Atlantic City will be going door-to-door to … Continue reading
We received the following message from our friends with the Stop Eminent Domain Abuse Coalition of New Jersey. New development is great for Atlantic City. Pinnacle’s promised casino development will bring new life to the Boardwalk, boast our economy, and provide many jobs. But at what cost will Atlantic City enjoy this prosperity? … Continue reading
AMODEO AND POLISTINA: WHERE IS WHELAN? With the $2 billion Revel casino and hotel project in jeopardy, Assemblymen John Amodeo and Vince Polistina question why Senator Jim Whalen has been silent on the issue. “For a guy who keeps pushing for more state influence in Atlantic City, Senator Whelan has been strangely silent on the … Continue reading
Here is a great recording of the song with our town’s name.
Signals: Counting in Blackjack reports How Atlantic City Became Top Gambling Destination: Resorts International opened in Atlantic City in 1978, the first legal East Coast casino in the twentieth century. Their four- and six-deck blackjack offered a new form of surrender, dubbed by card counters as “early surrender,” since the casino allowed players to … Continue reading
This photograph is courtesy of Shorpy’s Page. Support his work of presenting historical photographs from the last one hundred years. This photograph is from 1912.
Harry Hurley’s web-site and radio show served as the forum for Bob McDevitt to deliver the impressive results of his petition drive. Mr. McDevitt used his union’s clout to collect approximately three times the necessary signatures to stall the Revel bonding ordinance. Voters will now have the ability to decide for themselves if Revel should … Continue reading
RGT Online reports: ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey — As reported by the Press of Atlantic City: “The chairman of Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. reassured New Jersey gaming regulators Thursday that his company remains serious about building a new casino, despite uncertainty about the financing and timing of the project. Pinnacle can promise the sky, but … Continue reading
Our Lady Star of the Sea Regional School’s 100th Anniversary Celebration “Reaching For The Stars” Saturday, November 15, 2008 at The Atlantic City Convention Center One Miss America Way, Atlantic City, New Jersey 5pm – Mass 6pm – Reception 7pm – Dinner Dance $65 per person (Tables of 10 Available) Ticket / Ad Book / … Continue reading
Al Garrett’s efforts to remove the statue honoring a murdering Communist thug from Tropicana’s premier shopping center are featured by prominent blogger Michelle Malkin.