Category: Spending

NJ-07: Republican Becchi focuses on forgotten issue of the national debt

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Our country’s $23 trillion national debt is the most significant issue in modern America which gets practically no attention from either party’s presidential candidates.  Rosemary Becchi, a GOP primary candidate in the 7th Congressional District, was tweeting about Read More

N.J. taxpayers will pay hundreds of millions more – per year – thanks to minimum wage hikes

TRENTON, N.J. – One of the many unintended consequences of New Jersey’s recent minimum wage increase is already biting taxpayers in the rear end. This week, the Murphy Administration announced a $54 million increase in subsidies for some qualifying families’ Read More

N.J. authorities say school lunch fraud strikes (again) in Elizabeth, but it’s a huge national problem

TRENTON, N.J. – Around 20 million kids nation-wide get free or cheap lunches every year through the National School Lunch Program. Here in New Jersey, thousands of kids receive lunches subsidized by John and Jane Taxpayer through the state program.  Read More

If a recession does happen? Phil Murphy’s New Jersey is screwed.

By Matt Rooney _ Is the United States talking itself into a recession? Maybe. What is clear: if one happens in the next six months to two years, Save Jerseyans, the State of New Jersey is screwed. – We’ve written Read More

WHY YOUR TAXES STINK: N.J. public worker benefits cost 50% more than the national average

MORRISTOWN, NJ – There are a host of reasons why New Jersey residents property taxes are among the country’s worst. Chief among them: sky-high public worker retirement and benefit costs. Anyone paying attention knows that. What even fewer people understand Read More