NEWJERSEY: N.J. Borrowing Bill Could Lead to Statewide Property Tax Surcharges | Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat

“Just when you thought you heard everything,” said Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger (R-Monmouth), the bill “would allow the state to borrow five billion dollars without voter approval that would add a statewide surcharge to everyone’s property tax bill.”

Source: N.J. Borrowing Bill Could Lead to Statewide Property Tax Surcharges | Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat

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Sorry, but the borrowing must stop.  The spending must be cut!  The Labor Unions, especially the Teachers Union, have a stranglehold on the legislator.

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ECONOMICS: EconomicPolicyJournal.com: We May Be Heading Towards a Post-Dollar World

This is providing a massive amount of new dollars to bid for goods and services in the U.S. that suggests very strong price inflation ahead. In addition, these dollars, in addition to the dollars directly provided overseas, will also put downward pressure on the greenback on foreign exchange markets that will provide even more incentive for many global actors to ditch the dollar as the reserve currency. If the move away from the dollar picks up steam, the end of the dollar as a reserve currency may not be far behind.

Source: EconomicPolicyJournal.com: We May Be Heading Towards a Post-Dollar World

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Where will all those new “dollars” go if NOT into higher consumer prices (i.e., more “dollars” chasing fewer consumer goods)?

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Spadea to Trump: Let’s reject ‘new normal’

I had the honor of speaking with the President of the United States recently as he called into our morning show.

Source: Spadea to Trump: Let’s reject ‘new normal’

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Bill is adamant that the whole WuFlu crap (i.e., masks, social distancing, closed business, etc.).  Not that there isn’t a virus, but he urges us to back out the nursing home deaths (which may have been due to Gooferment policies).  It’s no worse that the flu.

He’s also pointing out the hypocrisy of Cuomo / Murphy acceptance of “no social distancing” at protests or rioting.

It’s all a farce to take away our freedoms.

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New York couple attacked by looters who tried to destroy store | Daily Mail Online

Madison and Bret Mavity, of Rochester, New York, were attacked by a group of looters damaging a businessAt least five men were reportedly attempting to break into a jewelry store on Saturday Madison came downstairs from her apartment to stop the men, but was instead attacked Looters beat Madison and her husband before fleeing the sceneThe couple both sustained injuries from the altercation including a concussion Tensions have skyrocketed amid protests for George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody last week

Source: New York couple attacked by looters who tried to destroy store | Daily Mail Online

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Clearly if you are going face to face with “protesters” to protect your life and property, then you better have a “force multiplier” (aka a GUN!) to even the sides.

Personally, I’d use a shotgun with a 1911 as my backup.

Also, if you’re going to do this, you must be prepared to kill or be kill.

When you draw your weapon or take aim, you must be prepared to fire and accept the consequences.  No hesitation; no second thoughts.  Just remember your training.

If you shoot, shut up until you talk to your CRIMINAL defense lawyer.

And, hope I get on your jury.

Remember “better judged by 12 than carried by 6”!

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“It’s all Bullsh*t” – 3 Leaks that Sink the Covid Narrative – OffGuardian

Evidence is piling up that the people in charge knew, from the very beginning, that the virus was not dangerous.
— Read on off-guardian.org/2020/05/31/its-all-bullsht-3-leaks-that-sink-the-covid-narrative/

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It seems the truth about the WuFlu eludes us. Why?

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VETERANS: can’t decide what risks they-want to take

https://patch.com/new-jersey/southbrunswick/s/h4lv5/men-issued-summonses-drinking-spotswood-american-legion?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_term=politics+%26+government&utm_campaign=autopost&utm_content=southbrunswick

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politicians and bureaucrats decide what we can and can’t do.

that’s just not right!

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Japan may have beaten Coronavirus without lockdowns or mass testing. But how?

No restrictions were placed on residents’ movements, and businesses from restaurants to hairdressers stayed open. No high-tech apps that tracked people’s movements were deployed. The country doesn’t have a center for disease control. And even as nations were exhorted to “test, test, test,” Japan has tested just 0.2% of its population — one of the lowest rates among developed countries.

Yet the curve has been flattened, with deaths well below 1,000, by far the fewest among the Group of Seven developed nations. In Tokyo, its dense center, cases have dropped to single digits on most days. While the possibility of a more severe second wave of infection is ever-present, Japan has entered and is set to leave its emergency in just weeks, with the status lifted already for most of the country and Tokyo and the remaining four other regions set to exit Monday.

Source: Japan may have beaten Coronavirus without lockdowns or mass testing. But how?

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Why was Japan different?

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