Tag: tax cut

According to a liberal think tank? 9 in 10 New Jerseyans have nothing to fear from tax reform

It’s the time in which we live, Save Jerseyans. The New Jersey Democrat establishment and its lapdog friends in the media (here’s looking at you, Star-Ledger editorial page puppets) decided to be against the GOP federal tax reform bill, signed Read More

Assembly Adopts Opportunity Act Edits

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Sending it back to the legislature “with minor modifications,” Governor Chris Christie acted upon Assembly Bill No. 3680 on Monday morning, legislation designed to streamline grants and tax breaks for businesses considering opening or expanding Read More

It’s Time to Move the Debate Forward

Much is being made of disappointing revenue news out of Trenton this week. Senator Sarlo’s salivary glands are working overtime, Save Jerseyans. That’s because NJ Democrats follow the Rahm Emmanuel Rule: Crisis = Opportunity (for government intervention/expansion). We also got Read More

NEW POLL: 59% of New Jersey Voters Support @GovChristie… But Prefer Sweeney’s Tax Cut Plan (Or Do They?)

From Bloomberg (via Quinnipiac): Registered voters approved of how the governor is doing his job 59 percent to 36 percent, according to the survey released today. That’s four percentage points higher than in February and up from a low of Read More

Kean to Sweeney: Where Have YOU Been for the Past 10 Years?

Did you hear that, Save Jerseyans? It was the sound of State Senator Tom Kean, Jr. delivering a beautiful, well-deserved smack down to Senate President Steve Sweeney earlier this afternoon after New Jersey’s highest ranking Democrat flip-flopped on tax relief and Read More