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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Chapter 11 For The Barclay?

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The Numbers Don’t Add Up

A reader asked me to run the pay increase percentages in the new PBA contract and see if there was some way to get to the 11% figure announced as the total increase over the contract period. I have to admit I’m not really sure where this number comes from. Here are the numbers I came up with […]

The Three Little Words That Are Destroying New Jersey

I was listening to “Ask the Governor” on 101.5 Tuesday evening when Christie started talking about the Supreme Court decision to ignore how much money we actually have and appoint a “special master” from the land of the sugarplum fairies to determine how much we spend on education and on whom to lavish it. I decided to […]

My Op-Ed Piece Published In Today’s Asbury Park Press

They even threw in a mug shot of me.  And it’s above Krauthammer’s column.  (Sorry Charles) Link to on-line version of it here.

Barclay Tax Seizure Update

Someone who has a wedding scheduled at the Barclay later this year called them yesterday.  He was told that “it is all a misunderstanding and will be resolved next week”. Stay tuned.


From the Asbury Park Press public notices: 03/02/11  BOROUGH OF BELMAR Notice of Public Auction Sale Under the authority in Internal Revenue Code section 6331, the property described below has been seized for nonpayment of internal revenue taxes due from Barclay Business LLC. The property will be sold at public auction as provided by Internal […]


From NH House votes to change constitution on ed. money   CONCORD, N.H.—The state House voted Wednesday to reverse a landmark 1997 New Hampshire Supreme Court ruling that required the state to adequately fund public education. The House voted 252-113 to send a proposed constitutional amendment to the Senate, which holds a hearing next […]

Coast Star Story About Me

Nice write up by Molly Mulshine about my bid for Assembly in today’s Coast Star. Libertarians nominate Schneck for Assembly By Molly Mulshine C Street resident David Schneck has been nominated by the New Jersey Libertarian Party to run for a three-year term on the N.J. state assembly to represent the 11th legislative district in this […]


Having lost last year’s council race in spectacular fashion, I aspire to lose an even bigger race this year. So I have accepted the nomination of the New Jersey Libertarian Party to run for assembly in the 11th legislative district.   I have been quite critical of our state government and particularly of our local representatives of […]

Jersey’s Got Talent!