December 16, 2016: Email your State Senator and Both Assembly Members tonight. Call them tomorrow–before they vote!

December 18, 2016

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Click here for details on why NJ taxpayers have no legal or moral obligation to repay money borrowed by “independent” state government agencies like EDA, Transportation Trust Fund Authority, etc. without a Public Question on ballot:   RepudiateNJ.com

Urgent:  Please contact your State Senator and Assembly members tonight by email, tomorrow by phone.  http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/legsearch.asp

Tomorrow they will vote on another dirty, “bi-partisan” deal.   This one is just as bad as previous bi-partisan dirty deals on gas tax hike and 10 year tax break for Atlantic City casinos.

Click here for details.  Why this is bad.  How to reach your State Senator and Assembly Members now and tomorrow morning:  http://libertyandprosperity.org/urgent-contact-state-senator-assembly-members-email-now-phone-tomorrow-morning-vote/

If your Legislators ignore you again, here’s “Plan B”:  The Governor, all 40 State Senators, and all 80 State Legislators can be removed and replaced in Primary elections on June 6–less than six months from now.  It is much easier for inexperienced, underfunded candidates to upset incumbents in June Primary elections than in November.

You can be an effective, winning candidate if you start working now.   First, find out if  qualified independent, constitutional, and liberty-minded candidates are already running in your district.   If so, we can help you work together with them.  If not, be a candidate yourself!   We can help you get the training and networks you need to be a qualified candidate, running an effective, winning campaign.   Please contact us now!  Email info@libertyandprosperity.org, call (609) 927-7333, visit our office at 453 Shore Road, Somers Point, NJ  08244 by appointment, or join us for breakfast any Saturday morning at 9:30 AM at Shore Diner, in Egg Harbor Township by Parkway Exit 36 Northfield/Atlantic City.

Please make a tax-deductible gift to LibertyAndProsperity.org.   We are a non-political education organization that teaches the importance of politics.   We teach ordinary citizens to be effective, winning candidates.   We explain how the best way to “drain the swamp” in politics is to get involved in June Primary Elections as well as November elections.    We challenge government officials who buy votes with money borrowed in violation of Article 8 of NJ State Constitution.   We teach the truth about America at Stockton College and Atlantic Cape Community College.   Learn more about us at our LibertyandProsperity.com web site and our Liberty and Prosperity Facebook Page for details.  Please mail your check to our office at 453 Shore Road, Somers Point, NJ  08244.  Or bring it any weekly breakfast.   Or donate online through the PayPal button on our website.   Thanks. Save the date for our yearly wine and cheese fundraiser in Atlantic City.   February 26, 2017.   2pm to 4pm.   Irish Pub, St. James Place and Boardwalk.    Keynote Speaker:  Candidate for Governor and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli of Somerville.  $75 per person.  $100 for two.

The Constitution is the Solution!   The Somers Point Chapter of JBS will be holding Part 2 of an excellent 6 Part DVD Presentation on U.S. Constitution.   The Constitution is our contract with the officials we elect to run our government.   It defines and limits their powers and responsibilities, just as a Master Deed and By-Laws defines and limits what condominium and homeowner association officers can and cannot do.   Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at 7:00 PM.  Point Diner, One MacArthur Blvd, Somers Point, NJ  08244.  Admission is free, but please order dinner off the menu to thank the Point Diner for supplying the room.    For more information (RSVP appreciated), contact Steve Jones at 609-616-5321 or jbs-sp-sjones1@see-more-facts.com.  (LibertyAndProsperity.org is not affiliated with JBS or any other organization.  However, we see no need to reinvent the wheel and duplicate effective programs offered by others)

 

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