The Anti-NJEA Blog was my first project. I started it to protest the political viewpoints of the New Jersey Education Association. Before the Supreme Court Case known as Janus, I was “forced” to pay dues to this organization.
Although I acknowledged that the NJEA had done many good things for its members, I had a problem with the union pushing liberal policy goals.
Because I realized that many of my fellow union members were not in agreement with the “progressive” ideology that the New Jersey Education Association championed, my blog stood as a voice of protest to this point of view.
You can still find all of the old posts that I published from August 2017 – September 2018 at the link below:
You got a traffic ticket, you’re pissed off, and you want to fight it - but you don’t even know where to begin.
If that opening line describes your current state of mind, then my blog is written with you in mind.
I should state right up front that I am not an attorney, so please do not consider anything that I write to be legal advice in any sense of the term.
I am just a regular citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who got pissed off after my son received an unfair stop sign ticket in September of 2018.
I spent several hours searching the internet for suggestions about how to fight it and then came to the realization that most of what is available out there is essentially useless information.
But there was a silver lining in all of this wasted effort. My frustration at not being able to find any useful resources on the internet inspired me to create the website Stop-Sign-Ticket.com. I can now offer fellow citizens hope for some kind of justice in the courtroom – no matter how much they think the odds are against them.
My son was able to beat his ticket based on the information that I discovered and I am confident that it will be useful to you also.
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