Failed Seaview Harbor Lawsuit Shows Futility Of Trying To Shift Problems To Others Rather Than Fixing Them.

We warned Seaview Harbor homeowners years ago that they had zero chance of breaking away from Egg Harbor Twp. We said their lawyers were using them. Egg Harbor Township has thousands of votes and public schools in need of money. Seaview Harbor has lots of money, but only a handful of votes. In today’s post-Constitutional New Jersey, and throughout most of history, those with political power and control over other peoples’ money never give them up voluntarily.
The NJ State flag shows the Goddess of Liberty holding a wooden pike supporting the red cap of Liberty. This reminds us that each citizen has the obligation to defend the equal rights of everyone, not just his or her own.
Back in the Middle Ages, one peasant fighting for his rights alone, armed with a wooden stick, had no chance against an armored knight on horseback with sword and shield. However, if every peasant in the community came out to defend the rights of one peasant whose rights were threatened, together their wooden pikes could knock the noble knights off their high horses.
For a fraction of the money Seaview Harbor homeowners wasted on legal fees, they could have helped @landp1776 promote respect and enforcement of our NJ State Constitution. That would cause billions of NJ income tax dollars to be applied equally to reduce property taxes in all 600 school districts rather than in just a few Democrat strongholds. They also could have helped us change policies that needlessly drive up the cost of public schools. Seth Grossman is a tax-exempt, non-political education organization of roughly 200 citizens who mostly live near Atlantic City, New Jersey.  We formed this group in 2003. We volunteer our time and money to maintain this website. We do our best to post accurate information. However, we admit we make mistakes from time to time.  If you see any mistakes or inaccurate, misleading, outdated, or incomplete information in this or any of our posts, please let us know. We will do our best to correct the problem as soon as possible. Please email us at or telephone (609) 927-7333.

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