N.J. Libertarian senate candidate Sabrin interviewed on Joe Piscopo Show

Murray Sabrin seated in radio studio, speaking on camera, microphone in front of him, wearing eyeglasses and dark sportcoat, turned to off-camera radio host at his left, text on screen identifying Sabrin as 'Guest -- Prof. Murray Sabrin' and 'Professor of Business & Finance, Ramapo College', also station ID of "AM970 THE ANSWER' (color image)

Professor Murray Sabrin, the 2018 Libertarian candidate for U.S. senate in New Jersey, in studio with Joe Piscopo of AM970 (April 3, 2018)

Dr. Murray Sabrin, the 2018 Libertarian candidate for U.S. senate in New Jersey, appeared on the Joe Piscopo Show on AM 970 The Answer radio on April 3.

In the interview, Piscopo and Sabrin, an author and professor of finance at Ramapo College, discuss several ways to shrink the welfare–warfare state: by bringing the troops home, ending the War on Drugs, and getting rid of “trickle-down welfare” by offering tax write-offs for donations to charities.

Sabrin is unopposed in the Libertarian primary, to be held June 5. The incumbent in the race is Democrat Bob Menendez, who faces one primary challenger; four Republicans are vying for their party’s nomination. The general election will be held on Nov. 6.

Click here to listen to the interview.

Learn more at Sabrin’s campaign website: SabrinForSenate.com

Read and share Sabrin’s op-ed, “The political establishment’s betrayal of the Republic” (published by NorthJersey.com on Jan. 30, 2018).

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