Corporate tax cuts and subsidies have been Gov. Christie's only efforts to spur job creation and economic recovery for the past four years, but where has this gotten us? Not very far.
New Jersey is hurting. It's hurting so bad that the only way the governor could pay for his proposed tax cut is to borrow the money from our kids and grandkids.
Tax cuts are all the rage in New Jersey. Governor Christie and Senate President Sweeney are seeking to reduce taxes by 10 percent for households earning $400,000 or less.