Sunday, September 25, 2016

On Sunday, Maybe You Want To Remember This....

Yeah, We Got Foliage In Jersey, Hon . . .



Here's where and when you'll find the best!

FREE Coffee & Doughnut! Yes, Totally FREE!

Well, It's All Just For Fun, OK ?



Well-known for his impressions on “Saturday Night Live,” Dana Carvey joins TODAY’s Matt Lauer for a new segment called “Lasting Impressions,” in which he imitates Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Hillary and Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and even Michael Caine – as a 2-year-old!

Oh, The Awful Struggles She's Endured . . .



Hillary and Scarlett O'Hara of "Gone With The Wind:" Both selfish. Both walk over everyone in the way on their road to riches. HOWEVER Hillary never had to struggle & sacrifice to make ends meet like Scarlett. But she fantasizes she did.

They Just Keep Getting Bigger And Bigger!



Giant Trump rally last night in Virginia!

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Real Estate Taxes - Where Does YOUR State Rank?

Click on any state on the map. The smaller the number, the lower the property tax is in that state.
Bottom Line: New Jersey has the HIGHEST property taxes in the nation, by far!
Ranked #51, New Jersey's taxes are higher than 49 other states and the District of Columbia. What's more, New Jersey's effective property tax rate is ALSO the highest!
Why has New Jersey's state legislature taken NO action to reduce property taxes and why do they keep taxing and spending and raising our state debt?
The facts speak for themselves: New Jersey has been poorly served by our public officials in Trenton -- especially our DEMOCRAT-controlled legislature.

Source: WalletHub


Rank
State
Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate
Annual Taxes on $176K Home*
State Median Home Value
Annual Taxes on Home Priced at State Median Value
1Hawaii0.28%$489$504,500$1,405
2Alabama0.43%$764$123,800$538
3Louisiana0.48%$841$140,400$672
4Delaware0.53%$929$232,900$1,231
5District of Columbia0.57%$1,005$454,500$2,601
5South Carolina0.57%$1,009$137,600$790
7West Virginia0.59%$1,035$100,200$590
8Arkansas0.62%$1,088$108,700$673
8Colorado0.62%$1,097$239,400$1,495
8Wyoming0.62%$1,094$189,300$1,179
11Utah0.69%$1,210$212,500$1,463
12New Mexico0.72%$1,273$159,300$1,154
13Tennessee0.75%$1,314$139,900$1,046
14Idaho0.77%$1,354$160,500$1,237
15Mississippi0.78%$1,377$100,800$790
16Virginia0.80%$1,401$243,500$1,941
17California0.81%$1,429$371,400$3,021
18Kentucky0.84%$1,471$121,600$1,018
18Arizona0.84%$1,484$162,900$1,376
20North Carolina0.85%$1,502$153,600$1,313
21Oklahoma0.87%$1,525$115,000$998
21Montana0.87%$1,528$187,600$1,632
23Indiana0.88%$1,539$122,700$1,075
24Nevada0.92%$1,618$167,100$1,539
25Georgia0.96%$1,682$148,000$1,417
26Missouri1.00%$1,763$136,700$1,372
27Oregon1.08%$1,890$234,100$2,518
27Washington1.08%$1,903$257,200$2,785
27Maryland1.08%$1,906$287,500$3,118
30Florida1.10%$1,932$156,200$1,718
31Massachusetts1.18%$2,075$329,900$3,896
32Minnesota1.19%$2,091$185,200$2,204
33Alaska1.21%$2,124$246,300$2,978
34North Dakota1.22%$2,146$142,000$1,734
35Maine1.27%$2,233$173,600$2,206
36South Dakota1.36%$2,382$135,700$1,840
37Kansas1.41%$2,478$129,400$1,825
38Iowa1.47%$2,582$126,300$1,856
39Pennsylvania1.51%$2,647$164,900$2,484
40Ohio1.55%$2,729$129,600$2,013
41New York1.58%$2,773$283,700$4,478
42Rhode Island1.61%$2,829$241,200$3,883
43Vermont1.72%$3,021$216,200$3,717
44Michigan1.83%$3,220$120,200$2,203
45Nebraska1.88%$3,301$130,100$2,444
46Connecticut1.91%$3,357$274,500$5,244
47Texas1.93%$3,392$131,400$2,537
48Wisconsin1.97%$3,459$165,900$3,266
49New Hampshire2.10%$3,698$237,400$4,996
50Illinois2.25%$3,959$175,700$3,959
51New Jersey2.29%$4,029$319,900$7,335

*$175,700 is the median home value in the U.S.


Here's Where And When To Find Fall Foliage


In Pennsylvania, here's when you'll find the beautiful colors of autumn!

Have You Seen THIS One Yet? Fantastic!

Let's ALL Move Forward, Together For America!



Was The 'Fix' In Right From The Start? Was It?

“The fact an IT staffer maintaining Clinton’s secret server called a new retention policy designed to delete emails after 60 days a “Hillary coverup operation” suggests there was a concerted effort to systematically destroy potentially incriminating information. It’s no wonder that at least five individuals tied to the email scandal, including Clinton’s top State Department aide and attorney Cheryl Mills, secured immunity deals from the Obama Justice Department to avoid prosecution.” – Jason Miller, Senior Communications Advisor, Donald J. Trump campaign


In December 2014, Cheryl Mills Instituted A 60-Day Email Retention Policy For Clinton’s Email Server. “In December 2014, after the work-related emails were preserved, Mills told Platte River Networks – which at the time was managing Clinton’s private server – that Clinton ‘decided she no longer needed access to any of her e-mails older than 60 days.’ Mills instructed the PRN employee — who was not identified — ‘to modify the e-mail retention policy’ on Clinton’s server ‘to reflect this change,’ the FBI said.” (Eugene Kiely, “The FBI Files On Clinton’s Emails,FactCheck.org, 9/7/16)

A Platte River Networks Work Ticket Dated After The New Retention Policy Was Instituted Called Clinton’s New Policies The “Hillary Coverup Operation.” (“Hillary R. Clinton Part 3 Of 3,” Federal Bureau Of Investigations. Released 9/23/16)

(Source: FBI)