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The Weimar Moment

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By Charles Stampul

We are in the early stages of a one hundred year inflation and what happened this week makes hyperinflation a fait accompli. The parallels between the US today and Germany 100 years ago are eerie. They include a global pandemic, an insane woke ideology, early stages of world war, and a cut-and-paste gold chart.

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New Jersey Has The Highest Taxpayer Debt Burden in the Country

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Ridgewood NJ, New Jersey has amassed a whopping $189.6 billion in state debt, a total that equals $57,900 for each taxpayer in the state. It’s the highest taxpayer debt burden in the country, according to the Financial State of the States report released Tuesday by the watchdog group Truth in Accounting.

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New Jersey is the ONLY State in the Nation to Ban Recyclable Paper Bags

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Upper Saddle River NJ, Assemblywomen Holly Schepisi on the New Jersey’s paper bag ban , ” Yesterday New Jersey voted to ban PAPER BAGS. No one, including the sponsor of the bill, could explain why we are the ONLY State in the nation to ban recyclable paper bags other than “we are the most environmentally progressive State.” If that statement was true and if we truly wanted to stop environmental harm in this State why have the legislators and the Governor refused to move forward any legislation that would stop the massive overdevelopment taking place in each of our communities?”

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New Jersey to Impose the Most Restrictive Bag Ban ,Banning Paper and Plastic Bags and most take out containers

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River Vale Nj, Assemblywomen Holly Schepisi :
“Today we have a voting session. One of the bills being voted on is a bill that is the nation’s MOST RESTRICTIVE BAG BAN and it will ban PAPER and PLASTIC BAGS and most take out containers while imposing new costs on those who can least afford it during a global pandemic and economic downturn.

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6 Ways to Resolve Legal Issues During a Global Pandemic

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These are unusual times where your personal and business matters have all taken a hit as a result of the events occurring globally. Your legal case and issues are no different and in most scenarios have been affected in terms of postponement to indefinite times. If you are caught in a legal situation that you are unsure of how to resolve, there are a few things that you should learn about and consider in order to explore all the options you have. It is in your best interest to take your time and develop your understanding to best suit your needs.

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May New Jersey Tax Revenues Fall 13.5 Percent as Businesses Remain Closed

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Trenton NJ,  The Department of the Treasury reported today that May revenue collections for the major taxes totaled $2.120 billion, down $331.2 million, or 13.5 percent, below last May as the economic impact of the global pandemic continues to take its toll on the State’s finances. Fiscal year-to-date, total collections of $26.864 billion are now down $2.498 billion, or 8.5 percent below the same period last year.

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