One week after Christie Republicans and Sweeney/Norcross/Prieto Democrats gave all 8 Atlantic City casinos a 10 year tax break, Boyd Gaming sold its half-interest in the Borgata Casino to MGM Resorts, owner of the other half for s record $900 million. This arms-length, market sale of half the casino, gives the entire Borgata Casino a […]
For months, Republican Governor Christie and Democrats like Sweeney and Norcross controlled the narrative. They convinced most of the state that Atlantic City government was broken, and they knew how to fix it. Thanks to your letters to the editor, calls to local talk radio programs, and posts, “shares”, “likes”, and “comments” on Facebook and […]
The original 1978 Casino Act that politically castrated the casino industry in NJ is a big part of what killed Atlantic City. The people who paid 80% of the taxes had zero voice on how that money was spent. Politicians then forced casinos to stuff Atlantic City with low income housing that didn’t pay real […]
Almost every day, we are lied to about solar panels and wind turbines. They don’t cut carbon dioxide or stop global warming. They don’t save money. They also kill far more jobs than they create, because they force electric companies to roughly triple their rates. Every sixth grader should know that the Ice Age is […]
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Www.libertyandprosperity.org was founded in 2003 and is now in its 13th year. During that time, many other similar groups have come and gone. One important reason we have succeeded for so long is that we make all decisions at regular business meetings run by parliamentary procedure on the second Saturday of every month. Because of […]
Nothing personal, but. . . During past 7 years, Christie broke almost every promise he made when he ran against Conservative Steve Lonegan in June Primary, and Wall Street Democrat Jon Corzine in November, 2009. This is SOME of what Christie did. He: 1. Caused more households to move out of NJ than from any other state during 4 […]
Local government built Convention Hall in 1929 with no state help and ran it for almost 50 years. When there were no conventions, it was used for ice skating, sports, and entertainment. State complained city not attracting enough business and losing $500K per year and took over. State borrowed $99 million to fix it for […]