Articles Posted in the " Foreign Policy " Category

  • Menendez defies Obama again, this time over Armenian Genocide

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog As his attorneys seek the dismissal of the 68-page, 14 count indictment hanging over him, and new revelations continue to come to light including a cameo appearance in the now-infamous Sony hacking leaks,  U.S. Bob Menendez (D-Ecuado, Dominican Republic) is continuing to do what he does best: Bust Barack […]



  • The shocking 2014 video clip that should sink Clinton 2016

    Flashback 2014: Hillary hails global “stabilization” during her State Department tenure; assumes full responsibility for Obama’s Foreign Policy By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Now that Hilldawg is all-in, Save Jerseyans, here’s a 2016 storyline that’s going to put Bob Menendez between a rock and a hard place, and I’m not even talking […]


  • Angelini adds voice to Chesimard extradition coalition; Dems remain silent

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A New Jersey cop killer is living free in Cuba, Save Jerseyans.  Governor Christie wants Joanne Chesimard returned. Three Republican congressmen are demanding action. President Obama? He’s prepared to take Cuba off the State Sponsors of Terrorism List. Outrage is spreading… but New Jersey Democrats are clamming up. […]


  • Indictment be damned! Menendez goes after Obama (again), this time over Cuba

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Guilty as sin? Probably, Save Jerseyans, and I don’t agree with the Republicans who are giving him a pass, but it’s hard not to appreciate the indicted but not guilty-until-proved-otherwise Bob Menendez seizing every single opportunity to highlight the Obama Administration incompetence. With gusto! Next up: Cuba. “A recommendation […]


  • Lance on Iran: “Any final deal must be approved by Congress”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Ronald Reagan once cautioned his countrymen to “trust, but verify” in foreign affairs. Barack Obama? I’m not sure how we can describe his philosophy. Surrender and hope? Bend over and pray? You can ask the Chinese all about it! Needless to say, Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07), co-chair […]


  • STANDOFF: Menendez issues statement torching Obama’s Iran capitulation

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Barack Obama might’ve picked a fight with the wrong guy, Save Jerseyans, based on this release from Bob Menendez (D-Dominican Republic, Ecuador) issued shortly after news reports of a total and complete capitulation to the Iranian government’s nuke talk demands went public: If today’s news report from Lausanne is […]


  • MacArthur: latest VA scandal is “deeply troubling”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Congressman Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) wants the Department of Veterans Affairs to release findings from 140 health care investigations going back to 2006 which, according to a March 2015 report, were never made available to the public. It’s just the latest component of a disgustingly-callous cover up; in light […]


  • Churchill back at No. 10… sort of.

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Media snobs and mirror-gazing pundits tried creating a self-fulfilling prophecy about Benjamin Netanyahu’s dead-certain political demise that more than blew up in their faces. If anything, it blew off their heads. If you keep saying he’s toast, he’s toast, he’s toast, they thought and wrote, Israeli […]


  • A giant load of BRAC: government is not a jobs program!

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Sometimes the important stories are hidden deep in the weeds, where you either struggle mightily to find them or stumble across them as you peruse other things. The latter was the case with a recent one in The Burlington County Times about New Jersey spending nearly $200,000 […]



  • A Tale of Two Parties: Netanyahu Edition

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I didn’t get to listen to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Tuesday congressional address live, Save Jerseyans, but wow, when I did, it’s not hard to understand how he’s remained one of the democratic world’s most enduring and resilient figures.  Missed it, too? Rectify your error: Something […]