Category: Big Government

New Burlington County Democrat majority votes to end ‘double-dipper’ ban

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — Burlington County voters who thought the first Democrat-controlled freeholder board in over four decades would make Mount Holly more transparent (and less corrupt) are getting a nasty surprise this morning. On Wednesday, we learned that the new Read More

2019 will see a renewed cap-and-trade push likely raise N.J. energy costs

TRENTON, N.J. — A northeastern “green” push will be a major albeit probably under-reported story line for 2019. New Jersey announced plans for a new CO2 emission cap right before Christmas, laying the groundwork to fully rejoin the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and Read More

N.J. Democrats want to rewrite your kids’ school textbooks

TRENTON, N.J. — Have you heard anything about S2978, a project of New Jersey State Senator Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex)? Probably not. It isn’t getting much attention but it’s moving through the legislature and if your child attends a K-12 New Jersey school, Read More

Murphy campaigns while NJ Transit continues to spiral

TRENTON, N.J. — Fresh back from an overseas adventure to Europe, Governor Phil Murphy is in the middle a 21-county tour to boost Democrat candidates ahead of the November 6th midterm elections. Meanwhile, NJ Transit continued to spiral out of Read More

Demolishing one of Mount Laurel’s pillars | Schepisi

By Holly Schepisi _ An interesting analysis has recently been conducted by my office: Mount Laurel and the court decisions thereafter all focus on a concept of discriminatory zoning practices to justify the forcing of overdevelopment in suburban communities. Allegations Read More