Category: New Jersey Issues

Islamic Terrorist Sanctuary Cities In The United States: Paterson, NJ (14 of 18)

Current City Demographics: Of the estimated 146,753 current residents of Paterson, New Jersey, according to Mayor Jose Torres, 52 distinct ethnic groups are hyphenated Americans. They include: Puerto Rican-Americans, Bangladeshi-Americans, Turkish-Americans, Arab-Americans, Palestinian-Americans, Albanian-Americans, Dominican-Americans, and Peruvian-Americans. Paterson, New Jersey has the second-largest Muslim population in the United States of America. The Muslim population is …

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State Education Board Says It Will Largely Continue Common Core Standards | New Brunswick Today

Christie pulled out of Common Core but left the ultra-progressive State Education Board intact.  So the continue the Ultra-progressive agenda intact.  Plus Christie did not pull out of the PARC testing, which is based on the Common Core curriculum. New Jersey is big enough to set its own standards and use its own testing.  As …

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NJ Ranks in Bottom Five for Growth in State GDP, Say New Federal Figures – NJ Spotlight

NJ Ranks in Bottom Five for Growth in State GDP, Say New Federal Figures Are you kidding me?  0.4% ANNU;AL growth and some are saying it is good?  Give me a break!  This is awful. Now…what do we do about it? It is clear that the same old tired policies aren’t working.  We still have …

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Enough Is Enough: The Case for a #Convention of States – Politics – CBN News – Christian News 24-7 – CBN.com

It is time for New Jersey to join the steamroller called The Convention of States.  Being a blue state, we not be of the same political persuasion as most.  However, we need to have our opinions represented.  If we are not present at the convention we don’t get a vote.  There may be proposals where …

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THE THIRD CIRCUIT…ASININE INEXPLICABLE PERILOUS

New Jersey’s attempt to restrict guns is supported by the Third Circuit, despite rulings of the Supreme Court.  Don’t you just love how they want to protect us only after its too late.  It is time for this to be over ruled.  Perhaps a constitutional amendment that makes gun ownership and carrying more explicitly legal …

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Where have all the movement conservatives gone? |PolitickerNJ

Hat tip to PolitickerNJ. Unfortunately, they seem to have it right.  New Jersey conservatives have been rolled over by the GOP establishment.  With a few exceptions, the conservative movement has been crushed by the Governor and by county chairmen.  They don’t have a chance. It is time for the likes of Doherty, Little, and Garrett …

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Emergency Closures Underscore Need to Fix, Replace NJ’s Bridges

Hat Tip to NJ Spotlight. But where will the funds come from?  As the article states, most New Jerseyians , not only Tea Party people, don’t want to increase gas taxes.  We’ve been taxed enough already. Unfortunately, according to the article, all of the gas tax revenue will go to servicing the debt on previous …

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Regional Plan Association Puts Tri-State Area’s Future in Its Sights – NJ Spotlight

What a crock! This is straight from the Agenda 21 playbook.  Be assured that Agenda 21 has not been forgotten.  It is behind (consciously or unconsciously) most of the “progressive” ideas. This is why we are lagging behind the much of the country (and the world).  We saddle economic development with “fair” housing and climate …

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Raising N.J. gas tax can have financial, political drawbacks –

Even as gas prices nationwide continue to drop, hitting the lowest average tabs Americans have seen since 2010 — New Jersey continues to maintain its advantage. Average prices here hovered around $2.76 a gallon last week, 17 cents lower than the national average and more than 50 cents cheaper than New York’s. The biggest reason …

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