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Want some free money?

Before I begin today’s blog I am announcing that it will be on a New Jersey topic instead of a National one. Since this Thursday is June 6th which is the seventy-fifth anniversary of D-Day, I will being talking about a D-Day related topic that day.

Want some free money? Governor Phil Murphy wants to give you $125.00 rebate if he gets a millionaire’s tax. To me this sounds like a desperate politician trying to bribe the voters to put pressure on the legislature to do what he wants. Oh, wait this is not free money. It comes with strings. Murphy must think we are stupid, I’m not are you? Continue reading Want some free money?

New Jersey Millionaire’s Tax

NJ Windfall of taxes

New Jersey Millionaire’s tax does not keep people from coming to the state. This according to thePatriotic Millionaires, a group of high-net worth Americans, business leaders, and investors who are united in their concern about the destabilizing concentration of wealth and power in America, to support  the millionaire’s tax in the New Jersey state budget to help the state meet its existing obligations and invest in priorities.Continue reading New Jersey Millionaire’s Tax

Is the honeymoon over?

Phil Murphy the Governor

Is the honeymoon over already for Phil Murphy, incoming New Jersey Governor?

Both State Senate President Steve Sweeney and the incoming State Assembly Speaker Craig Continue reading Is the honeymoon over?

The New Jersey Educational Association

New Jersey Teachers NJEA


The New Jersey Educational Association (NJEA) had been working with The Pension Commission to come up with a solution to fund the pension system for our teachers. But, now the president of the NJEA, Wendell Steinhauer, said on April 21st the “NJEA has notified the New Jersey Pension and Benefits Study Commission that our sole focus is ensuring that our members’ current pensions are fully funded by the state, and that no further discussion will be occurring between the NJEA and the commission.” Continue reading The New Jersey Educational Association