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March 8, 2017

Adapt or Die – the case for Educational Vouchers in New Jersey

  In a perfect world, all parents would have the financial resources to either send their children to a school of their choice or have the option to teach them at home.  However, we don’t live in a perfect world. Currently massive amounts of taxes are being dragooned away from New Jersey residents mostly in the form of property taxes. …

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March 7, 2017

Is there a Solution to New Jersey’s Pension Catastrophe?

A 2016 study by S&P Global estimated that New Jersey residents now owe an eye popping $10,648 per person in pension debt alone ($72 Billion). The median among all 50 states, by contrast, is only $806 per resident. What can be done to mitigate this growing catastrophe? Is there a plan – Yes! Developed two years ago from the bipartisan …

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March 4, 2017

If most people are Libertarians at heart, how do we capture their minds?

During Gary Johnson’s run for president in 2016 he stated stated many times with different wording that he believes that most Americans are libertarians.    Was he on to something here?   What if Gary Johnson was right?   What if most people are libertarian, or at least liberty minded?   What is the best way to reach people that agree with us …

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