Category Archives: Nonprofits

The Clintons love to fly

All this info can be found in the Clinton Foundation’s 990 tax form posted on the foundation’s website.     “Bob Woodard, the journalist who broke the Watergate scandal that forced Nixon to resign, has come out to say that Hillary’s Clinton Foundation … Continue reading






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Clinton Foundation’s main charitable work:  their crony friends and themselves

‘Lawless ‘pay-to-play’ enterprise’ Source: Just 5.7 Percent Of Clinton Foundation Budget Actually Went To Charitable Grants Via @dailycaller






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How to fund education in a free society

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






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The sharing economy booms for boomers

Free enterprise in action.  Entrepreneurship addresses people’s needs better than politicians and bureaucrats.  There’s an old business opportunity that’s getting a lot of attention from young companies. Thank baby boomers. Source: The sharing economy booms for boomers






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Hillary Clinton: queen of the non sequiturs

At yesterday’s Planned Parenthood conference Hillary Clinton said the following:  “We need to defend Planned Parenthood against partisan attacks. If right-wing politicians actually cared as much about protecting women’s health as they say they do, they’d join me in calling … Continue reading






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Who is responsible for the well being of children?

A new report about children poverty in New Jersey is discussed here. According to Cel Zalkind, the executive director of Advocates for Children of New Jersey, which issued the report. “Looking at how do we help to lift children and … Continue reading






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Alieta Eck’s remarkable campaign

Despite losing to perennial candidate Steve Lonegan in the Republican United States Senate primary on August 13, first-time candidate Dr. Alieta Eck garnered 21% of the vote.  With virtually no statewide name recognition and a paltry campaign war chest, Alieta … Continue reading






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Republican primary voters have a choice to make

When he ran for Governor in 2005, Steve Lonegan finished in fourth place.  Then he took a job with Americans for Prosperity and outside money flowed into New Jersey.  With AFP’s money, Steve Lonegan did some good things for the … Continue reading






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Ayn Rand, Jesus and the morality of the welfare state

In the summer of 1969, my wife and I were visiting her sister’s family in Utica, New York.  One day we took a ride to Syracuse and stopped in a bookstore where I bought a copy of Ayn Rand’s Capitalism: … Continue reading






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Why abolishing the welfare state is the right thing to do

If you think government is a competent solver of social problems, think again.  The Star Ledger reported (“N.J. tax to help low-income people pay cable TV bills was instead used to plug budget hole,” Feb. 6) that a fund established in … Continue reading






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A proposal to restore liberty and free enterprise

The following is an overview of  my presentation to both the Middlesex County Tea Party and Americans for Liberty this month.  The title of my talk is “How to get from here—big government—to there—limited government.”  The talk contains suggestions to end … Continue reading






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Guest Column: Dr. Alieta Eck

If ObamaCare is Bad, What Would Be Better? By Dr. Alieta Eck, http://www.aapsonline.org ObamaCare is a wildly unpopular law for anyone who knows anything about health care.  The election proved that.  Physicians came together in Washington, DC to film the … Continue reading






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Self-financed candidates could have used their money to provide health care for the uninsured

In the past decade, self-financed candidates, Michael Bloomberg, Jon Corzine, Meg Whitman, Linda McMahon and countless others spent collectively nearly one billion dollars to run for political office.  Mayor Bloomberg spent $250 million to win three terms as mayor of … Continue reading






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