POLITICAL: The Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee is an example of “voter fraud” and has been for decades

https://www.dailysignal.com/2022/06/07/new-jersey-rolls-include-duplicate-centenarian-and-unborn-voters/?utm_source=TDS_Email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MorningBell&mkt_tok=ODI0LU1IVC0zMDQAAAGE4dOhuRnVz-5LNhv1Dk9VlSVRr810F2ghWuE62YvErlNDjqMF1GwmJksMY8MR9iT0XtiO91l8_pMZcj9EuPIGDZtIzXEiDZpzO9WuWKQoFfkjh-DD

LAW NEWS
New Jersey Rolls Include Duplicate, Centenarian, and Unborn Voters
Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / June 07, 2022

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New Jersey resident Patrick DePaola first registered to vote in June 1927. A 50-year employee as a printer for The New York Times, he died at age 105 more than a decade ago, in December 2010.

But DePaola, who lived in Bayonne, remains listed as an “active” voter and is among 2,398 registered voters in New Jersey who appear to be 105 or older.

That’s according to a new report by the election watchdog group Public Interest Legal Foundation, which notes that the average life expectancy in New Jersey is just under 81.

But ages in the Garden State get even more unusual, the report indicates.

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And both of the established “parties” are just fine with it.

Argh!

Maybe if we eliminate “voting” then we could get an honest count.

I’d like smaller subdivisions electing a representative.  Then that rep could cast the appropriate number of votes.  All building up to the 21 county reps voting for state wide offices. 

Not to hard to imagine.  Just impossible to get the oligarchy out.

Argh!

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ECONOMICS: There is no such thing as “price gouging”

https://patch.com/new-jersey/southbrunswick/s/i9a9w/baby-formula-shortage-prompts-nj-state-of-emergency-murphy?utm_source=nearby-news&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=alert

Baby Formula Shortage Prompts NJ State Of Emergency: Murphy
Those looking to make a profit by increasing baby formula prices will face severe penalties in New Jersey, officials said.
Nicole Rosenthal, Patch Staff
Posted Wed, May 18, 2022 at 8:40 am ET

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NEW JERSEY – Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency in New Jersey on Tuesday amid an ongoing shortage of baby formula due to inflation, supply chain issues and recalls in the state and around the country.

The declaration was signed in order to activate New Jersey price gouging laws consistent with efforts at the federal level, according to Murphy.

“We firmly believe that New Jersey is the best place in the nation to raise a family, and during this challenging time, we want to support our
families with all of the resources at our disposal,” Murphy said in a statement.

“To any retailer who may try to take advantage of vulnerable families during this shortage, let me be clear that this reprehensible action will not be tolerated. And to any New Jerseyan affected by this shortage, rest assured that my administration will do everything in our power to ensure families have access to the formula they need.”

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Once again, this is just Gooferment stupidity. There’s no such thing as “price gouging”. Higher prices are the signals from the market that makes TWO things happen — conservation of a scarce resource and an incentive to entrepreneurs to provide resources or alternatives. Baby formula is no different that any other commodity. Argh!

Like the hotels taking in refugees from a natural disaster MUST raise their prices to encourage “conservation”.  If the price is “too high”, then a family will squeeze into one room rather than spread out into two.  Then this will leave that other room free for some other family.  The market place “rations” scarce resources by higher priced.  

Also, entrepreneurs may open a spare bedroom during an emergency to make a few bucks because of those high prices.

Argh!

Real economists like Walter Williams have made much stronger arguments than I ever can. But it’s clear that politicians and bureaucrats never studied any economics or enjoy posturing for the publicity.

Argh!

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GUNS: Murphy can’t be taken seriously about “gun safety” … …

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/south-brunswick/sections/government/articles/gov-murphy-announces-support-for-gun-safety-bill-package-in-legislature-7

Gov. Murphy Announces Support for Gun Safety Bill Package in Legislature
By JOHN MOONEY
Published December 7, 2021 at 6:11 AM

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TRENTON, NJ – As part of his ongoing commitment to meaningfully address the nation’s gun violence crisis, Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday urged legislators to take action in the coming weeks and pass a comprehensive gun safety legislative package that he initially proposed in April.

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The Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee already has the most restrictive gun laws in the nation. And, it’s done squat to reduct the toll.

Here’s an idea: ENFORCE THE FELON IN POSSESSION LAWS!

Argh!

Instead of encumbering the hones gun owners, go after the felons who should be in jail.

Argh!

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GUNS: NJ Man Charged For Illegal Suppressors … …

https://bearingarms.com/came/2020/10/22/nj-man-charged-illegal-suppressors/

NJ Man Charged For Illegal Suppressors That He Tried To Turn In To Police
Posted at 9:00 am on October 22, 2020 by Cam Edwards

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Musella’s press release truly makes it sound like Moran was some sort of international smuggler of silencers, instead of a guy who voluntarily alerted police to the suppressors that arrived on his doorstep. The fact that Musella’s press release doesn’t even mention Moran’s cooperation with police is disturbing, but not nearly as troubling as Moran’s arrest for trying to follow the law in the first place.
 
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Wonder if @governorphilmurphy will intervene?

Doubt it!

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GUNS: New Jersey State Constitution seems to permit “constitutional carry”

“All persons are by nature free and independent, and have certain natural and unalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, of acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and of pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness.”

Source: New Jersey State Constitution

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Following the advice of Brion McClanahan (i.e.,  “Think Locally Act Locally”, I actually looked for an equivalent to the Second Amendment, but found some support for the RKBA.

Wonder why we don’t have Constitutional Carry?

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POLITICAL: The Gooferment runs the roads as well as it does the Post Office

http://southbrunswick.patch.com/articles/long-awaited-route-27-intersection-upgrade-gets-green-light-from-dot

Long-Awaited Route 27 Intersection Upgrade Gets Green Light from DOT
Davy James | Jun 22, 2012

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Route 27 and Beekman Road intersection to be widened, along with installation of a right-hand turn lane and a new traffic signal.

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How about a series of synchronous lights from Henderson Road to Beekman Road say every 200 feet. When North South is red, they are all red. This would give the (imho very dangerous) “cross traffic” a chance to enter the roadway safely. The pedestrians might not have to play “you bet your life” to cross.

And if some one was really an “engineer” there would left turn arrows in advance of the green northbound and trailing the green south bound.

And, let’s get really wild and crazy, and expect all the Gooferment traffic planners to turn the durations longer during the midnight to 6am period and shorter during the other hours.

Then let’s do some tuning for special conditions accident on RT1 and everyone diverts to 27.

Yeah, I know, I’ve lost my head. Remember the Titanic was designed by experts and Noah was an amateur.

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