Category Archives: Taxes

Why Jews—And Others–Should Not Vote for Hillary on Tuesday

Fifty years ago on a sunny Sunday morning in April, I was watching a television program (channel 7 in New York) about Passover. Although I don’t remember the specifics of the whole program, I do remember vividly a statement made … Continue reading






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A libertarian manifesto 

Source: No Matter Who’s Prez






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Letter in The Record about Chris Christie

Christie has no core principles Regarding “He could’ve been a contender” (Opinion, Oct. 16): Richard Muti, the former mayor of Ramsey, highlights Governor Christie’s fall from being a leading contender for the Republican presidential nomination to an also-ran. Muti leaves … Continue reading






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Open memo to Donald Trump

To:  Donald Trump From:  Murray Sabrin At last night’s debate you missed an opportunity to make the case that income inequality, reoccurring bubbles and lower living standards for both low and middle-income families are the direct result of the Federal … Continue reading






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From Clinton to Trump

Scott Adams lays out the switcheroo.   Source: Scott Adams’ Blog






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The Kiwis embrace of freedom has paid off

“New Zealand privatized, cut the budget, reduced taxes, and generally freed up enterprise, and just look at the wonderful results.” Source: New Zealands Remarkable Economic Transformation | Foundation for Economic Education






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