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Minute with Murray, Oct. 29

29 Oct

Lessons from Superstorm Sandy.

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 27

27 Oct

Why the minimum wage is wrong and counterproductive. Also, I was interviewed by the Next News Network and it will air Monday at 6pm and 11pm, www.nnn.is/on-WHDT. We discuss, Obamacare, gold, and the economy.

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 24

24 Oct

Cory Booker and the nation’s drug laws.

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 22

22 Oct

Disgusted with Congress?

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 21

21 Oct

The art of compromise to get us to a free society.

 
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Minute With Murray, expanded edition, Oct. 17.

17 Oct


The first line of the T-shirt is “Fair Taxation” What is the rest of the statement?

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 14

14 Oct

Lonegan vs. Booker, the home stretch.

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 10

10 Oct

Lonegan, hypocrisy and state aid.  A tax-free America would eliminate the need for state and federal aid.

 
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The Conger Challenge

09 Oct

Conger Challenge
October 12,

Time: 9 am – 2pm,

Location: Ace Hardware

940 Kinderkamack Rd River Edge, NJ 07661

Conger Challenge

 
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Minute with Murray, Oct. 7

09 Oct

The debt crisis and the stock market.

 
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Booker versus Lonegan: why US senators should not be elected

07 Oct

After watching the first debate between Newark Mayor Cory Booker and former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan, it is crystal clear that Booker is an unapologetic collectivist and Steve Lonegan is an intellectual lightweight.  In addition, watching these two candidates for United States Senate insult each other confirms what critics of the 17th amendment have argued, that US senators should not be elected directly by the people but appointed by state legislatures, the way senators had originally been appointed to the United States Congress until the progressive era reforms of the early 20th century.

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Minute with Murray, Oct. 5

05 Oct

Repeal the income tax.

 
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Premiere of Minute with Murray

03 Oct

What’s wrong with the federal government?

The federal government is shut down. Well, not the whole federal Leviathan, just enough to give the illusion that Republicans are anarchists who want to destroy the welfare state and all the goodies that flow from Washington DC to the American people.

The reality is that Republicans have been partners with the Democrats for several decades building up America’s welfare-warfare state. When George W. Bush was in the White House the budget exploded after 9/11; more federal government education programs were enacted, Medicare was expanded and our civil liberties have been shredded with the enactment of the Patriot Act.

What we’re witnessing now in Washington DC is nothing but a highly choreographed Kabuki with the Democrats playing the handsome lead and the Republicans the ugly duckling. We seen this play before and we know how it all ends – the so-called federal government shutdown is ended, the debt ceiling is raised and the American people keep paying through the nose for the welfare warfare state.

The real issue that needs to be debated in Washington DC is how quickly we can reduce the size and scope of the federal government. We should not hold our breath waiting for that debate to take place, because as of right now the welfare-warfare state is cemented on America, and it will probably take a humongous financial crisis to begin the dismantling of the federal Leviathan.

In the meantime, I’ll be providing video commentary about the economy, financial markets and political developments in New Jersey and in DC. So stay tuned.

 

 
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