Articles Posted in the " Economics " Category

  • OPINION: America can’t tolerate stealth-Democrat Donald Trump

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog In advocating a tax hike, Donald Trump finally splits the blanket when it comes to any claim to be a Republican. His pro-abortion, pro-gun control, pro-crony capitalism record is now augmented by a “no problem” willingness to raise taxes. It’s immaterial on who they’re raised – […]


  • One Expensive Beach Day

    By Joe Schilp | Cross-posted from Joe’s Blog I took my three kids to the beach today.  When I asked where they wished to go, they indicated Point Pleasant.  Two of them had been there before with the Girl Scouts for a lesson on the beach and sea creatures, so I guess that’s the place they […]



  • Stock market chaos is (more) bad news for New Jersey’s finances

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Hold on tight to your 401(k) plans… You’ve doubtless heard how Dow Jones Industrial Average is down over 400 points as of this writing on Monday morning, continuing a dramatic slide that began back in June. And dramatic isn’t an overstatement by any means; “[t]he market drops have […]


  • 2015: New Jersey (still) has nation’s worst property taxes

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog In case you’d forgotten, my fellow long-suffering property taxpayers, the state of New Jersey (still) has highest effective rate in the Union at 2.38% according to the latest analysis conducted by the Tax Foundation thanks to decades of craptastic policy-making. Read it and weep… I nearly did: _________


  • New GOP leadership lures FedEx facility to North Arlington

    By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog Whether you’re reading Save Jersey or any number of other news sources, the story line remains the same: that flawed governmental policies are driving out of the Garden State in record numbers. Overbearing regulations and crippling tax rates have corporations fleeing our state faster than the Trenton Democrats […]




  • Bramnick talks gas tax on NJ 101.5: “Everything thing is on the table”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog When it comes to replenishing New Jersey’s troubled Transportation Trust Fund, Save Jerseyans, Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) is apparently hoping that a compromise-oriented position helps his party in the November legislative elections. “I’m in the same position as the governor; everything thing is on the table. If […]


  • Clinton ready to renew Obama’s jobless nightmare

    By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog A record 93,770,000 Americans 16 or older did not participate in the nation’s labor force in July, Save Jerseyans, and that grisly number increased by 144,000 individuals over the month. The labor force participation rate remained at 62.6 percent, a 38-year low, according to data released Friday […]


  • Exit 13 fire turns NJ Turnpike into world’s largest parking lot

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Turnpike craziness isn’t anything new, Save Jerseyans, but it isn’t ordinary for the entire darn thing to back up! But a dump truck fire and possible resulting infrastructure damage have left traffic stopped (not snarled or slowed… STOPPED) at Exit 13 of the nation’s most heavily-congested stretch of interstate: […]



  • PILOT must go! My view of Jersey City from Monroe Township

    By Harold Kane | The Save Jersey Blog I live in Monroe Township, Middlesex County. We have a major problem with our state aid for the school system. We don’t get any. I shouldn’t say that. Monroe gets $2.8 million from Trenton to support a budget of $110 million. This equates to $437 per student. The balance is […]