Articles Posted in the " Economics " Category

  • 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 […]







  • Pension reform is a win-win policy

    By Erica Klemens | Americans for Prosperity-New Jersey Bullhorns are great for projecting a voice – and sometimes for drowning out other voices. But they are poor tools for meaningful conversation. That’s why I wish a few protestors had put down their bullhorn at our recent press conference and listened. I bet their response would […]





  • Democrats tell Moody’s to pound sand by springing surprise borrowing scheme

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Am I the only one who read any of Moody’s credit downgrade reports slamming New Jersey’s borrow-or-bust budgeting practices? No one on the Left side of the aisle did, Save Jerseyans. This morning, Trenton Democrats surprised Republican colleagues with ACR244, a concurrent resolution calling on Governor Christie to fall back […]


  • Christie conditionally vetoes millionaire’s tax

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Four days ’til the presidential campaign launch in Livingston… The condition? Details: Transcript: Governor Christie: I have been saying all along for six years that I wanted to cut taxes for the people of New Jersey. The Legislature has been unwilling at turn after turn to cut […]


  • Hypocrisy Alert: #FightFor15… for $12.50/hr???

    By Cody McLaughlin | The Save Jersey Blog Well, Save Jerseyans, if you’ve ever read anything written by me before, you already know that I detest hypocrisy, in all its forms, more than just about anything in the realm of politics. It shouldn’t have a place in our system, but sadly it is all too pervasive. So, what […]