Articles Posted in the " Cultural Issues " Category


  • Cory Booker’s tweets are laughable in the #DefundPP context

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Cory Booker (D-Twitter) is infamous for his light-and-fluffy tweet stream, Save Jerseyans. Hope, happiness, light, etc. and so on are among his favorite themes. It could give you a toothache in high doses. Lately, he’s been working overtime to promote LGBT rights. What’s laughable about it all? […]


  • Women Betrayed Rally braves heat to challenge Trenton

    By Alyssa Lafage | The Save Jersey Blog Ever since the release of two three disturbing undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the procurement and sale of body parts from aborted babies, Save Jerseyans, prolife activists and average Americans alike have been expressing outrage. On Tuesday, this outrage manifested itself in Trenton (and in […]


  • Francis Fund donating to Planned Parenthood-affiliated charity?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This one is hard to wrap your mind around, Save Jerseyans. The obvious takeaway will be “is there anyone, or anything, left that’s worthy of our trust?” Background: “Six Camden-based charities will receive funds through the Francis Fund, a short-term fund in honor of the papal visit” […]


  • Burlco welcomes home heroine Carli Lloyd

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here’s finally something a little less depressing for consumers of Jersey news: the Delran native and former Medford Striker was back in Burlington County on Wednesday, Save Jerseyans, where Carli Lloyd earned a hero’s welcome as she continues a national victory lap after carrying the U.S. women’s team […]


  • Pope’s favorables dip; now lags behind John Paul

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Has Pope Francis peaked? The latest Gallup Poll would suggest that he has — at least in the US, anyway. Here’s the deal: The Pope hit a high favorable rating of 76% among Americans at the beginning of last year. But it’s been pretty much downhill ever since. Now the […]



  • But this I cannot abide

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Social conservatives have waged a losing battle for years. In what’s supposed to be their home – the Republican Party – they’re treated like step-children whose presence is taken for granted but then barely tolerated. It’s a classic example of “I Hate You, Don’t Leave Me” […]


  • The gun controllers endanger us all

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Every time a shooting incident makes national news, a hue and cry erupts for more gun control. Yet it was gun control that made the latest incident in Chattanooga as bad as it was since the facility where four Marines were killed was, by presidential order, […]


  • Does Walker’s lack of a degree matter to you?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Take it from a guy with a law degree, Save Jerseyans: some of the dumbest people in my personal and professional universe also happen to have the most diplomas hanging on their office walls. Can I get an amen? That being said, the last U.S. president to […]


  • Are you sure you want government out of the marriage biz?

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog In the wake of everybody’s nomination for the 52-card-pickup Supreme Court decision of the year (the decade, century, millennium?), Obergefell v. Hodges, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who is in the hunt along with most of the rest of the Western World for the Republican presidential nomination, […]


  • In America, Is Open Debate Even Possible Anymore?

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot And so we ask an important question. In America, is it possible to have open, vigorous, no-holds-barred debate? Is it? Is it really possible? It’s a shame we have to even ask the question but consider the following: – If you question the theory of climate change (formerly known as […]


  • I am offended by a flag

    By Joe Schilp | Joe’s Blog I attended a concert a few years back and was offended by the presence – on stage, no less – of a flag that represents rape, plunder and murder.  The flag was shown on the video screens and on the stage.  The band was selling tee shirts with the offensive […]