Matthew Freidel

The gun rights of millions of NJ residents now lies in Christie’s hands

July 7, 2013

I sit here today, writing yet another article. I have written a few, but have not posted because of my perfectionist nature, as well as being a little “behind” due to school. Since, I would say that it is the issue I am most passionate about, I am going to write today about the looming […]

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New Jersey Assemblywoman Calls for mandatory home inspections of Gun-owners

January 29, 2013

New Jersey has taken a further step towards an Orwellian state with the introduction of Assembly Bill 3676, the text of which reads, “28 (9) To any person who has not submitted the results of a 29 psychological examination administered by an appropriate health 30 care professional licensed in this State. The Superintendant of State […]

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Lessons the Nation can learn from NJ schools

January 28, 2013

So one of the favorite talking points of politicians is education, and America’s lagging progress with respect to the rest of the world. Our usual solution is to simply throw more money at the problem, and hope this will fix the issue; however, this normal solution has done little in the past. In fact many […]

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Why we can do better to prevent tragedies like Newtown than gun-control

December 30, 2012

Initially, I really didn’t want to write about the tragedy that occurred in Newtown; however, I believe it is important to do so. Currently there is a furor over the ownership of semi-automatic firearms, with calls for them to be banned, or otherwise restricted. This is something that we cannot abide by, and no one […]

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Which is better? Traditional Schooling, or online?

December 7, 2012

The people at USBundles have offered a $1,000 scholarship in exchange for answering this question on my blog, do you think that traditional or online schooling is better? I am biology major, as such, I spend a lot of time doing laboratory exercises, and learning laboratory techniques that cannot be simulated online. However, I recognize […]

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Why America needs Christian values, not Christian policy

November 17, 2012

I believe we are a Christian nation, most of the people who would read this blog would likely agree to that. We know the founding fathers were Christians, our legal system is based off Christian morals, and the largest religion in America is Christianity. And yet, the founders decided to include the separation of Church […]

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The Curious Case of a NJ Conservative

November 10, 2012

Hello, my name is Matthew, and recently I was offered the ability to express myself via the Conservative Fifty. Now, I know many are expecting some sort of post-election piece. However, I feel as though this campaign season dragged on, and that everyone is a little worn-out. That, coupled with this being my first post, […]

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