Trenton’s Health Benefits “Solutions” Fail NJ Taxpayers

    June 5, 2023
    A new report issued by the New Jersey State Treasury, researched by Aon, a management consulting firm, made the startling revelation that taxpayers are paying an exorbitantly higher rate for public employee health benefits than other employers. This,  despite claims…
  2. Governor Murphy, Public Spending, Uncategorized, GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS

    Study: New Jersey Ranks Low in Providing Value to Taxpayers

    March 27, 2023
    In defending New Jersey’s high taxes, Gov. Phil Murphy has often cited a “value proposition” of what state residents are receiving in return for their taxes, which rank among the highest in the nation. A new study challenges that assertion…
  3. Governor Murphy, NJ Legislature, Property Tax, Public Spending, AFFORDABLE PLACE TO LIVE

    Reality Check: Governor, NJ’s Taxes Aren’t Going Down

    November 7, 2022
    New Jerseyans have developed a thick skin when it comes to tolerating what can only kindly be called the “exaggerations” of our politicians in Trenton. However, Gov. Phil Murphy’s Sunday op-ed on (Gov. Murphy: I pledged to do something…
  4. Business Tax, Income Tax, Public Spending, Uncategorized, TRANSFORMING OUR BUSINESS CLIMATE

    Trenton’s “Free” Gimmicks May Cost New Jersey Towns Big Bucks – GSI

    July 7, 2022
    By William J. Smith, GSI Staff As part of New Jersey’s record $50.6 billion budget, the Legislature and Governor crowed about a series of one-shot gimmicks to address the state’s affordability crisis. Included in their definition of “relief” were a…