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Category Archives: Property taxes
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
Historian Gary North digs deeper into the Boston Tea Party. “It was part of the most famous marketing campaign in American history” Source: The Declaration of Independence: America’s Most Famous Direct-Response Ad
Gov. Christie and legislative leaders are at impasse. They could not agree on a package of tax cuts and a hike in the “gas tax”, a user fee, (which is the only “fair” way to fund roads and bridges in … Continue reading
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
David Sciarra, executive director of the Education Law Center, asserts that the “needs” of so-called at risk children trumps the needs of income earners who are forced to subsidize government (taxpayer funded) schools in urban and some rural low income … Continue reading
Governor Christie’s public school aid funding proposal would treat each child “equally,” that is, the state would send every school district the same amount for each child in its school district. Most school districts would get a huge increase in … Continue reading
Mulshine reveals why New Jersey is a financial basket case….http://blog.nj.com/njv_paul_mulshine/2012/09/catrambone_video.html
Call Lou Greenwald feisty or gutsy, but the moniker that best describes the Assembly Majority Leader from Camden is “Willie Sutton.” Which is apropos inasmuch as Camden has one of the highest crime rates in the nation.
Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald calls for “a 20 percent property tax relief credit to homeowners of the first $10,000 in property taxes paid for all homeowners earning up to $250,000 per year” in a March 11 op-ed (The Record). … Continue reading
In his budget address to the Legislature on Tuesday, Governor Christie outlined his paradigm, a “New Normal,” to deal with the state’s ongoing fiscal crisis. Instead of proposing a restructuring of state government that would end the annual crisis atmosphere … Continue reading
At a town hall meeting in affluent Bergen County last Thursday, where many of the state’s most plundered taxpayers live, Governor Christie did what he does best, speak bluntly and interact seamlessly—according to press reports–with the public.
In Fort Lee, New Jersey–a municipality with one of the greatest concentrations of co-ops and condominiums in the state–a co-op wants to convert its building to a condominium in order to boost property values and remove restrictions on shareholders. The … Continue reading