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Monthly Archives: October 2012

WARNING: “Silver Lining” Approaching!

Let’s just hope that Sandy is more of a media storm than a meteorological one and that casualties and property damage are minimal or, better yet, non existent. If there is, however, extensive property damage then be on the lookout for some economic ignoramuses to start pointing to the so called “silver lining” in the […]

Don’t Waste Your Vote. Vote For Gary Johnson.

“What we really need is a second political party in this country”  Ron Paul   Sorry to be the one to break the news to you, but here in New Jersey your vote doesn’t count.  Voters in the Garden State will not be deciding who the next president is.  This state so blue that it would take a Romney […]

Paul Draws Thousands To Utah Vally University 10-18-12

“The Revolution is Alive and Well”  

Job Creation, Wealth Destruction

Not much voltage at the Volt factory.     Here is a list of some other green energy turkeys that are bankrupt or soon will be, and the amount of tax money they were granted:  Evergreen Solar ($24 million)* SpectraWatt ($500,000)* Solyndra ($535 million)* Beacon Power ($69 million)* AES’s subsidiary Eastern Energy ($17.1 million) Nevada […]

Just Wondering………


Don’t Worry, Belmar’s Still #1

If you include the S.I.D. tax!!!   From NJ101.5: NJ Ranks 49th In Business Tax Climate, Beating NY New Jersey is growing more business-friendly. According to a new report from the Tax Foundation, the Garden state moved up one place from 50th to 49th this year, beating neighbor New York. “New Jersey still has some […]

It’s Not Jobs We Want, It’s Wealth

When politicians talk about a jobs crises, and about creating jobs, they are, as usual, missing the point.  I don’t know about you but I would be perfectly happy not to even have a job if I didn’t need one.  It’s much more fun to sit home and write about politics than to shlep up to Newark and write about […]

Atlas Shrugged, Part II

Opening Friday! .  

Selective Respect For Anonymity

I was checking the Belmar web site to see if they ever migrated the minutes and agendas from meetings prior to August to the new ($11,000) site (they haven’t), and noticed the link for a “How’s Belmar Doing?” survey.  This is a great idea.  I would suggest that they post all responses on the bottom of the […]

If You Want A Friend In Belmar, Get A Dog!

Meet Sophie, the newest upstart to reside at the Schneck household.  She’s an 8 week old kooikerhondje and we had to fly all the way to Alabama to get her!