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  • Caption Obvious

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog As if on cue, the day after I wrote my previous post about the not-so-well-intentioned advice being disseminated to the Republican Party by liberal columnists, along comes E.J. Dionne with another useless piece of unsolicited dribble. In his most recent bit of nonsense, Dionne claims that the Republicans in congress […]


  • We Don’t Need No Stinking Advice

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”  Benjamin Franklin penned those words in 1789, but I think it is time to add a third “definite”, Save Jerseyans. Whether it is E.J. Dionne, Eugene Robinson or other syndicated columnists, you can pretty much count […]


  • Please Stop Campaigning, Mr. President!

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog I have a favor to ask of President Obama. As an American citizen, I assume I have that right because as a taxpayer, I pay his salary.  So here goes… Mr. President, please stop campaigning! I will readily admit that I didn’t vote for then Senator Obama […]


  • Limit Debt By Creating Less

    A Partial Solution to the Problem of Student Loan Debt By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog The year was 1973 and I was in the 8th grade.  The physical education teacher at our school thought it would be a good idea to see how many students could qualify for the President’s Physical Fitness Award. For whatever […]


  • The Obama Foreign Policy Fiasco

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog “Our friends don’t respect us and our enemies don’t fear us.” With those words, former Vice President Dick Cheney summed up the Obama administration’s disastrous foreign policy. However, Cheney’s scathing analysis remains at odds with President Obama’s own self-assessment.  In his address to the United Nations General Assembly on September […]


  • I’ve Had It Up to Here!

    More Conservative Musings, Wisdom and Ranting from Dale Glading By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog I don’t know about you, Save Jerseyans, but I’ve had about all I can take with the spineless, gutless, selfish and near-sighted federal officeholders in Washington. How’s that for an indication of how I really feel. Actually, I feel more betrayed […]


  • A Random Conservative Rant

    Some Rantings and Ravings from a Jersey Boy Living in the Sunshine State By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog From what I can see, the proposed Reid-McConnell deal in the Senate is nothing but another “kick the can further down the road” abdication of fiscal responsibility, Save Jerseyans. How I long for men and women with […]


  • Long Morning Lines in GOP Areas

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Updated 4:49 p.m. Don’t get too excited, Save Jerseyans. It’s very, very early. The polls are open until 8:00 p.m. tonight. Did I mention it’s early? That being said, I’ve heard anecdotal but consistent turnout reports this morning that bode well for a strong Lonegan performance in today’s #njsen special […]


  • Here We Go Again

    Is History Repeating Itself Yet Again… This Time with a Clueless Obama Playing the Role of a Duped FDR? By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog I’m not pretending to be Carnac the Magnificent, but I think I can see how the potential U.S. – Iran talks will play out, Save Jerseyans. Iran volunteers to give up […]


  • Daily Devotional: On Hypocrisy

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog “I wake up every morning at nine and grab for the morning paper.  Then I look at the obituary page.  If my name is not on it, I get up.” – Benjamin Franklin A rather surprising quote, coming from the man who once wrote in Poor Richard’s Almanac that “early […]


  • The Value of Vouchers

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog Lost in the midst of the Syrian conflict is a battle that is taking place right here on U.S. soil.  It has been going on for quite some time, but unfortunately there is no end in sight. The battle I am referring to is the one for the hearts and […]


  • ‘Network’ Revisited

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog One of the most famous scenes in cinematic history is the one where an enraged anchorman, portrayed by Peter Finch, leans out of an office window and shouts the words, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.” Well, I think it may be time for […]


  • 4 Reasons Not to Bomb Syria

    By Dale Glading | The Save Jersey Blog Bomb Syria?  For who?  For what? Remember when, following a 1995 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Eagles halfback Ricky Watters defended his reluctance to catch passes across the middle by asking the following questions: “For Who? For What?” Eighteen years later, I find myself asking those same questions in […]