Restore Republican Principles

Less than 50 years ago, New Jersey had zero income tax, sales tax, motel tax, no lottery, no casinos, and much lower tolls. Yet our economy boomed, our schools were among the finest in the country, and one working parent comfortably supported most families. It's time to restore the Republican principles that once made New Jersey great.

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‘Unbossed’ Republicans in Hudson, Middlesex, and Burlington Counties forming tickets with us! Atlantic may soon join.

March 26, 2013

Hudson County:   Michael Alonso confirmed that he is running for Assembly with a slate of  “unbossed” candidates with the slogan “Hudson County Republican Club”.    Hudson County includes Jersey City, Hoboken, and Bayonne).  They invited me to be part of that ticket and are helping me with signatures. Middlesex County:  Angel Leon is running for State […]

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Passover Story–‘Smart’ politics turned ancient Hebrews into slaves.

March 23, 2013

Today I was asked to give a ten minute talk about the Jewish holiday of Passover during  the 10AM Sunday service tomorrow morning at the Fairton Christian Center.  The church is at 199 Fairton-Millville Rd in Fairton NJ 08320 (Cumberland County).   Some GPS’s put the church in Bridgeton. Passover begins this Monday at sunset.  Jews […]

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Specific Examples: Christie is not standing up to the big unions who are killing the economy. He is with them!

March 22, 2013

Christie wore the official badge of the AFL-CIO NJ State Building & Construction Trades Council (NJB&CTC) for the Today Show and the cover of Time Magazine last January.   For a close up of the badge, look at the upper left-hand corner of    Note the hardhat with the letters “NJB&CTC” sitting on top of New Jersey.    This is no coincidence.    Christie’s […]

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The real “Christie Record”: Democrat Corzine crippled NJ’s economy. Then Republican Christie made it even worse.

March 18, 2013

I spent two days at the CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) near Washington, D.C.  last week. I didn’t see any speeches, or attend any dinners.  I spent the whole time meeting and greeting people and handing out hundreds of my flyers. The second day I was there, two students started handing out newly printed Chris […]

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Christie’s “smart” politics: Republican towns get more debt and higher property taxes. Democrat big cities get more cash.

March 17, 2013

At the almost all white  “Town Hall” meeting in Montville, Chris Christie blamed Democrats for not letting him cut taxes.  Christie said that Democrats picked the State Supreme Court that forced him to give hundreds of millions of state tax dollars to big city schools. But at the mostly black “Town Hall” meeting in Paterson […]

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If more Tea Party meetings were as open and productive as the Morristown Tea Party meeting in Whippany last night, I would have have my 1,000 signatures by now.

March 14, 2013

Very few people knew anything about me when I arrived.    But when I carefully explained who I was, why I was running, and why it was so important for Tea Party conservatives to be aware of and active in June Primary elections, I got a very enthusiastic response.    Some of those present had been at […]

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TV and newspapers ignored my my plan to cut debt and save pensions. And Christie’s trashing of other Repubicans!

March 12, 2013

Reporters from the Newark Star Ledger, Bergen Record, and three TV crews all got my press release and interviewed me when I got to Christie’s “Town Hall” meeting in Paterson this morning. I got a very friendly reception from those who attended as I introduced myself and handed out my flyers.   The Governor’s staff did […]

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Why not ask a question like one of these at Christie’s next “Town Hall” meeting?

March 11, 2013

And remember, “The people have the right freely to assemble together, to consult for the common good, to make known their opinions to their representatives, and to petition for redress of grievances”.           NJ State Constitution.   Article I, Section 18. About how Christie didn’t fix the pension system.   Bloomberg reported that the state pension plans […]

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The Emperor has no clothes! See for yourself in Paterson tomorrow.

March 11, 2013

Meet me at Chris Christie’s next “Town Hall” meeting tomorrow morning at 10:00 A.M. Doors open at 10:15 A.M. Christie rigs his “Town Hall” meetings to avoid any serious discussion or debate on issues that matter. Five years ago, Corzine held his “Town Hall” meetings in public buildings.    Now, Christie holds them only in privately owned churches,  Jewish […]

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Here’s what happens when our “compassionate” Governor won’t let our courts enforce mortgage contracts.

March 7, 2013

I’m a lawyer, and a client of mine wants to sell an empty building that is perfect for a certain business.  Someone with the experience and skill to run that business wants to buy that building.       The owner only wants 20% down, and offered the buyer a very cheap mortgage loan for the other 80%.   […]

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