Articles Posted in the " Election 2016 " Category

  • The Trump ‘Phenomenon’ Is Real: Here’s Why

    By Dan Cirucci | via Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot The inside-the beltway crowd wants Donald Trump out of the presidential race. Establishment Republicans (and presumably the whole Washington establishment) look upon a Trump presidency as nothing less than an absolute nightmare. Wall Street isn’t happy about Trump. Washington isn’t happy. The media are discombobulated in the face of […]

  • REPORT: Christie on Boston flight delayed by passenger incident

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog What is it with Chris Christie and travel incidents lately, Save Jerseyans? According to FOX 25 Boston, the Guv was on a Friday Boston-bound United Flight en route to New Hampshire when an alleged incident with a passenger caused a four hour delay. Citing “operational difficulties,” Flight […]

  • Handicapping LD38’s local contests for 2016 (and beyond)

    By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog As we continue our trip around the county analyzing the local landscape for 2016, Save Jerseyans, our next stop after LD36 is a place where Republicans struggled heavily in 2015: District 38. Today, we take a look at five towns with another five on tap for our […]

  • Previewing the LD36 local battlefield for 2016

    By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog Before we take a look at the county as a whole, Save Jerseyans, where three constitutional offices and three freeholder seats will be up for grabs, we will be taking a look region by region at what is at-stake locally next year. Today we start in the […]

  • POLL: Only 9% of N.J. Republicans support Christie for President

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog The signs of a soured relationships between New Jersey Republicans and their Governor are readily apparent, Save Jerseyans, but new polling results provide numbers to back up the anecdotal evidence which some say includes this month’s historic NJ GOP legislative losses. According to FDU, only 9% of New Jersey Republicans […]

  • It’s official: Christie moving up in New Hampshire

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s still too soon to call it a “comeback,” Save Jerseyans, but we can now say that Chris Christie‘s polling position in the critical first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire is improving. That’s with just under three months left to go before the February 9th Granite State contest […]

  • Could Christie’s presidential tax plan smack New Jersey wallets?

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog That’s the report this morning after Wednesday night’s undercard GOP debate where Governor Chris Christie touted his plan to simplify the U.S. tax code, Save Jerseyans. Christie’s plan, calling for lower rates and fewer deductions, initially earned decent marks from some Republican-leaning quarters. The challenge for New […]

  • Rutgers celebrates milestone birthday tilting at microaggressions

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here we go again, Save Jerseyans. I couldn’t make this stuff up if I wanted to… Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, who earlier this fall announced a new “University-wide Diversity and Inclusion Office” at the notoriously mismanaged liberal campus populated by pro-ISIS professors, pedophilia apologists, racist cheeseburgers and microaggressive […]

  • And the main stage #GOPDebate winner is…

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog We’re down to eight main stage debate participants (for now), Save Jerseyans, and the narrower field combined with an elevated level of questioning served up by Fox Business and The Wall Street Journal made Tuesday night’s contest the most substantive of the cycle. Hands down!  But who is walking away the […]

  • Christie dives into undercard debate

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog There’s at least some evidence that Chris Christie is moving up in New Hampshire aided, in part, by a geographically-targeted drug reform campaign after a particularly rough run. But that poll was conducted before he got booted from the main stage at Tuesday night’s Fox Business presidential debate. Can […]