Levy cap, interest arbitration, and then N.J. turns to tool-kit items; as Gov Christie leads them to pension & health benefits reform... Layers of commitment made by "right & left" to each other, both publicly & privately... Directly targeting the economy.
(R) Gov. Christie stands, w/ Democrats behind him... While the least reformative of our nation are the "Progressive Unionesque-Left."
Both parties, under Gov Christie, realize that there is nothing more important than getting property taxes under control in New Jersey, and changing the system...And, as the video states, for the first time in a long time; the State of N.J. has taken meaningful steps toward doing this...
Video caption:Today's Links...
"With just 12 days left in the legislative session, Governor Chris Christie has reached a bipartisan agreement to enact critical elements of the Christie Reform Agenda.
Working together with Senate President Steve Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver, Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean and Assembly Minority Leader Alex DeCroce, the result is action on transformational, long-overdue interest arbitration reform that will provide municipalities with the help they need to keep property taxes down for New Jerseyans."
Footage: Dec 9th Press Conference.
Meanwhile in Washington D.C...
-Conservative Dems: Progressives are holding tax deal "hostage"
Democratic leaders, he added, "are either not listening to what the voters are saying, or they are not interested in doing what is best for the American economy."
-Democrat "Progressives" REFUSE to give incentives to our most productive...But China, will... #
-Another industry being outsourced to China: #Progressives want Socialist far left policy, against the will of those who voted them out... FACT: Republican Congress will incentivize LARGE job creators, to make USA a business friendly Nation, once again... But if Dems keep rejecting this...
(HT/SA) December 9, 6:12 PM
Daytrading on the NYSE and NASDAQ:
Decimal based pricing narrowed spreads and profits, driving much of the industry out of North America and to China, where the overhead is lower and traders are happy making fractions of what their American counterparts make. [Read]
-THEIR PARTY WILL VANISH, in 2012...