A Rising Stock Market in 2012 Could Reelect Obama - and Christie I am a diligent student of economics, but not an expert. Currently, I am reading a growing number of predictions for a rising American stock market in 2012: however, I am in no position to pass judgement as to their likelihood.
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In 2012, Barack Obama will replace Joe Biden with Kay Hagan as his running mate Prediction: In early 2012, President Barack Obama will announce that if he is reelected, he will appoint Vice President Joe Biden to succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State.Read More >
Unless Christie’s Pension Reforms are Enacted in 2011, New Jersey Faces Pension Fund Bankruptcy in 2018 In 2010, Governor Chris Christie confronted New Jersey’s crisis of affordability by successfully enacting a strengthened property tax cap and a budget with no tax increases. The Christie initiatives were necessary to begin reducing the tax burden on middle class New Jerseyans, a burden contributing to increasing personal bankruptcy in the Garden State.
By Extending Bush Tax Cuts, Obama Enhances His Reelection Prospects I have been a vigorous critic of President Barack Obama’s economic, health care, and foreign policies, and I anticipate that I will continue to be. In agreeing with Republican Congressional leadership, however, to extend the Bush income tax cuts to 2011 and 2012, the President appears to have pulled off a political masterstroke.Read More >
Can the Republicans Win Control of the U.S. Senate in 2010 ? U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) serves as chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. When asked in July, 2010 if the Republicans could win control of the U.S. Senate in 2010, he responded in the negative, stating “I think it’s going to be a two-cycle process.”Read More >
Read More > Hillary versus Barack in 2012? Stop laughing. I’m not predicting this, but it is within the realm of possibility.
Hillary versus Barack in 2012? Stop laughing. I’m not predicting this, but it is within the realm of possibility.
President Obama will discuss tax breaks for small businesses on his trip to New Jersey tomorrow.
According to a report in The Star Ledger, Obama will head to a local Edison sub shop to talk about loans and tax incentives for small businesses that are working their way through Congress.
While both of the state's Democratic Senators reportedly plan to attend, it's unclear if Republican Chris Christie will be on hand. A spokesman told PolitickerNJ that Christie "will attend if he is invited. That has not yet been confirmed."Read More >
Opposition to Value Added Tax, Not ObamaCare, is Best N.J. GOP Congressional Election Issue The conventional wisdom of national Republican strategists is that ObamaCare, the health care reform package passed by the Democratic Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama, is the key issue for Republican victory in the races for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives this November. I disagree.Read More >
The Best Campaign Finance Reform – No Limitations, but Full Disclosure
On Tuesday, January 19, 2010, Chris Christie will be inaugurated as New Jersey’s Governor. That evening, it is highly likely that Scott Brown will be elected as U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. While these two events are coincidental in timing, they are not unrelated.Read More >
On his first visit to South Carolina as chairman of the Republican Governors Association, Gov. Chris Christie stayed in "moderate Charleston, in contrast to other potential GOP candidates who made early visits to conservatives elsewhere," according to an ABC News report.Read More >
U.S. Senate race: Bell defends gold standard stance MONTCLAIR - On the same day he was politically brickbatted by the chief adviser to the last Republican challenger to incumbent U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), GOP Senate candidate Jeff Bell stood by a key plank of policy platform: monetary reform...
By JEFF BRINDLE It is critical that the Legislature soon enact a pending bill that would ensure the state’s Gubernatorial Public Financing Program is available in the event of a special election for governor. Not only is there no current legal... Read More >
“Clearly there’s some resemblance with Theodore Roosevelt. That direct confrontational style of leadership.” - historian Doris Hearns Goodwin, referring to Gov. Chris Christie.- The Times of Trenton
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