Rick Ackerman, a well-known Colorado financial analyst who graduated Atlantic City High School in 1967 was back in Margate last night for a special class reunion at the Log Cabin. He talked about some of his views posted at www.rickackerman.com. We are not financial experts, give no opinion, and make no endorsement on any of his financial advice […]
We locals know the idea is ridiculous. Cruise ships are too big, our Inlet is too small, and the ocean around us is too rough, shallow, unpredictable and dangerous. But most locals also knew the Revel Casino, the rodeo, the baseball stadium, the hundred million dollar Boardwalk Hall were ridiculous. In the real world of […]
When Democratic Senate President Sweeney demands a new tax on “millionaires” to bail out NJ pension funds, he never says that that thousands of retired government employees are millionaires themselves–especially part-time politicians and other insiders who “juiced” their pensions just before they retired–like Senator Codey’s brother. Many are younger than age 55. Many still work […]
Atlantic County Republican Freeholders tabled (delayed a vote) on a bad and unnecessary tax at their meeting in Pleasantville today. But why didn’t they just vote it down? Why prolong an issue that portrays Republicans as “mean”, and helps Democrats every time it gets media attention? Continue reading...
Did Atlantic Republican Freeholders Marino, Pauls, and Risley read the ordinance they voted for? At the hearing last week, they said the Republican County Executive and 7-2 Republican freeholder majority will decide how the $250,000 collected from the new tax each year will be spent. But the ordinance is cleverly written to make sure that […]
Only 5,100 people voted in the Republican Primary Election in Atlantic County last Tuesday. Barbara Brown who ran as a ‘Liberty and Prosperity Republican’ got 730 votes, or 14% of that vote. Her running-mate Vikki DeFelippo also got 14% with 719 votes. Continue reading...
Last week, we were wrong in assuming the Republican controlled freeholder board of Atlantic County was trying to “sneak through” a $3 “stamp tax” at its meeting on Primary Election Day. We apologize for that error. We now know the 7 Republican freeholders were snookered by the 2 Democrats who spent the past three […]
ATLANTIC CITY with Liberty (1854 – 1904): Inventors, innovators, and trend-setters from all over the world thrived here. We had fastest trains, most spectacular electric lights and amusements, most popular music, plays, and fashion. Local business owners built the Boardwalk and leveled the sand dunes to give tourists a bug-free easy access to ocean […]
Have you noticed a change since Warren Buffet, Obama’s favorite billionaire took it over? Besides its normal diet of slanted news, and ignoring conservatives like us (unless we do something embarrassing), the Press now runs vicious hate cartoons attacking conservatives almost every day. Almost every political cartoon depicts us as white, overweight, bigoted, violent, uneducated […]
Margate, NJ voters spoke clearly when voting on a referendum that they do not want to participate in a dune project. Governor Chris Christie has not taken well to Margate voter sentiment and directed his Attorney General to strong arm Margate’s elected leaders in to joining the Dune Project. Despite increasing state pressure, […]