The proposed 2014 Township Budget has been posted on the Township’s website.  We encourage ALL citizens to examine it thoroughly and look that the details.  You may be surprised to see where our tax dollars are going, where they are NOT going, and how the recommended Fund Balances are eroding. CLICK HERE (more…)

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For some reason, the headline seems to be missing from most National Media.  But, the WSJ seems to have been all over this earlier this week.  Apparently Washington DEMocrats know how to achieve a fair and balanced approach to reducing spending:  First, you increase taxes by $1; second you “cut” $1 from (more…)

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Why? Recent Rasmussen Results: 65% of people favor increased new sources of energy vs. conservation. 46% Give Obama a Poor Rating on Energy Issues. 56% of people in NY want to repeal ObamaCare. 44% of people expect a tax increase under Obama. 62% of all Penna voters say cut taxes (more…)

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I received this letter today. You should read it. Steve, Today, Congress once again ignored what Americans want and introduced a new gasoline tax as part of a global warming bill that also contains a cap and trade energy tax on utilities. The section on the gas tax begins on (more…)

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In a typical politically correct mindset, IRS Commiss Douglas Shulman now recommends registering (and charging for it) tax preparers from H&R Block on up (or down depending on your perspective). The big players, like H&R, will be the big winners, by reducing competition. Who loses? The taxpayers of course. Of (more…)

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From Scott Petri’s e-mail News Under the House Republican education plan, every school district across the state would see an increase in education funding. The claim by Governor Ed Rendell and House Democrat leaders that we are cutting funding for schools is simply untrue. While the governor’s plan requires a (more…)

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Economic Growth Through Innovation Act of 2009 – The bill would make the current research and development tax credit permanent, which otherwise will expire on December 31, 2009. A permanent, meaningful research and development tax credit will ensure that businesses keep funding research and development, which may lead to numerous (more…)

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