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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Jersey Shore……. Oops, I Said It!

George Carlin had his 7 words you could never say on television. Well Belmar had it’s 2 words you could never say at Wednesday’s city council meeting. See, it’s just coincidence that suddenly we need to have more regulation on any enterprise that videotapes in Belmar for commercial purposes. It has nothing, nothing, to do with […]

Ken Pringle, Freedom Fighter

Our Dear Leader on a state proposal to ban smoking basically everywhere except your own house: “I think uniformity is always really the best approach because it makes it easier for everyone to understand what the rules are.”   Ken Pringle doesn’t fight for freedom. He fights freedom.

1500 Hits!

Hit counter reached a total of 1500 hits from 135 unique users as of Tues, Feb 16. It doesn’t count visits from my own computers. Thanks everybody.

Lesniak The Free Marketeer

Add the high cost of housing to the list of problems that the government wants to solve that were created by government distortion of the market in the first place. This list includes the high costs of medicine, college, day care, and auto insurance. In his opinion piece in Wednesday’s Asbury Park Press, state senator Raymond Lesnaik states […]

Movie Time!

  Hayek vs Keynes rap MTV’S Aimee Allen’s Ron Paul song

To The Victors Goes Victorian

So the mayor and council like Victorian style architecture and since they believe that having won election it’s their job to decide what the town looks like, I guess we’re going Victorian.   I hate Victorian. To me it looks old and spooky. And phony. And too ornate. I feel that buildings built during certain times should look […]

New Jersey Learns The Hard Way

From More than $70 billion in wealth left New Jersey between 2004 and 2008 as affluent residents moved elsewhere, according to a report released Wednesday that marks a swift reversal of fortune for a state once considered the nation’s wealthiest. Conducted by the Center on Wealth and Philanthropy at Boston College, the report found […]

Can They At Least Pretend To Care?

There’s an AP story in Monday’s Asbury Park Press announcing that the state assembly is holding a hearing in Trenton to allow the public to voice it’s ideas on New Jersey’s problems. When is the hearing? Tuesday. That’s right, they are allowing one day’s notice. Most people read the paper at night since we taxpayers have to […]

“The Law”

The law perverted! And the police powers of the state perverted along with it! The law, I say, not only turned from its proper purpose but made to follow an entirely contrary purpose! The law become the weapon of every kind of greed! Instead of checking crime, the law itself guilty of the evils it […]