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Category Archives: Local government
The disuniting of America in the cards? If California leaves the Union, a Democrat would never be elected president, ever! Source: Calexit!
Another commission. Puleez! The only solution to “school funding” is to make each government school a 501(c) 3 tax exempt nonprofit funded by tuition, grants, endowment income and other non-coercive means. No more commissions, no income tax, no school property … Continue reading
Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican convention last night could have been a lot shorter and focused on espousing the virtues of limited government and free enterprise. First, Donald should have used several props, such as the first 1040 … Continue reading
Guess what they all have in common? “America is facing an infrastructure crisis. CNBC reveals which states have the worst roads, bridges, ports, airports and rail lines.” Source: Crumbling America: 10 states with the worst infrastructure
Next week we will see if the police protect the public from thugs. If they don’t, then the myth of police protection wil be shattered. “If you’re attending the RNC, do not travel alone.” Source: Cleveland Police have Issued “Stand … Continue reading
“President Barack Obama and his first attorney general, Eric Holder, called for an honest conversation about race. Holder even called us “a nation of cowards” because we were unwilling to have a “national conversation” about race. The truth of the … Continue reading
“To understand both what’s wrong with law enforcement today and how to fix it, we need to examine the history and evolution of police forces in the US.” Source: The Progressive-Era Origins of Authoritarian Policing in the US | Foundation … Continue reading
Former Ramsey Mayor Richard Muti asserts in The Record that Gov. Christie’s “fairness formula” for state education aid to local school districts would result in “chaos”. Mr. Muti bases his conclusion on the premise that so-called children in poor districts … Continue reading
And people still have faith in government–and Republicans and Democrats??? This is just the tip of the iceberg. The federal government’s unfunded liability is more than $200 trillion. “If the Actuarial Standards Board enacts recommendations from its Pension Task Force, … Continue reading
Virally all spending by government is unconstitutional. This is one of the most flagrant examples. Taking money from people (taxation) to pay for spending that violates people’s consciences is sufficient reason to end the funding or make it voluntary Government schools, known as public schools, is the best example of … Continue reading
If you believe government should provide education to all youngsters, then you have lost the argument against the proponents of socialism. If you support taxpayer-funded education, why then shouldn’t the government provide health care, transportation, housing, energy, banking, food, etc.? … Continue reading
Today’s Record (Bergen County, NJ) features an article about the need to create affordable housing in the Garden State. The long history of litigation is another example of judicial overreach–the courts ordering towns to have “affordable” housing goals. There is … Continue reading
The devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy will be felt by Shore residents for years if not decades. Nevertheless, the destruction at Shore communities will cause some residents to relocate and not try to rebuild their homes and businesses. Other residents … Continue reading
On Sunday, November 11 history was made in Bergen County. For the most time in recent memory all commerce could be conducted legally in every town in the County. How apropos economic freedom came to Bergen County on Veterans Day, … Continue reading
Sunday blue laws in are suspended in Hackensack and Mahwah today because of Hurricane/tropical storm Sandy. Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan wants the state to suspend blue laws throughout the county today as well…but only for today. Here is a … Continue reading