Category Archives: New Jersey Supreme Court

Grossman: Trust fund and Atlantic City should declare bankruptcy

A compelling case to get debt under control and not raise the “gas tax.”   Murray Rothbard made the case to repudiate the national debt in 1992. Source: Grossman: Trust fund and Atlantic City should declare bankruptcy






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A new “formula” for education

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






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An unhappy 40th anniversary for the income tax; Republicans got outsmarted once more | Mulshine

The income tax is the root of all evil, so wrote Frank Chodorov in 1954.  We have seen it here in New Jersey for four decades.  The Supreme Court is responsible for forcing the State of New Jersey to expropriate … Continue reading






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