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The Life and Times of Paul DiGaetano

There was a time back about a generation ago when Paul DiGaetano was a bright, rising star in New Jersey Republican politics.  He he was one of the most powerful politicians in the state.  Some Republicans openly fawned over the idea of a young, blue-collar, Catholic, Italian-American Republican running for statewide office.  He was likeable, popular, and incredibly ambitious. Jump ahead thirty years, and sadly for him, the only thing
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Pennacchio starts to separate himself from his manifesto

About to enter the race for Congress, State Sen. Joe Pennacchio (R-Montville) is already beginning to inoculate himself from attacks on a controversial manifesto he authored that can easily be interpreted as anti-Israel. Pennacchio introduced a Senate resolution yesterday that praises President Trump’s plan to move to U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. In 1991, Pennacchio self-published The Nationalist Agenda, a Blueprint for the 21st Century, a blue print of