By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The saga of Gordon Van Gilder and charges stemming from his 300 year old firearm is over, Save Jerseyans. Here’s the press release (courtesy of the accused’s attorney): Legislation is still pending to address this very situation.
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Reminding a packed-house audience at the Moorestown Community Center that “we can’t leave it to someone else,” Governor Chris Christie delivered an impassioned plea for his pension reform road map in Burlington County on Wednesday afternoon just 24 hours before he once again steps into the national […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’re going to get what could be Governor Chris Christie’s last (or second-to-last) budget address next Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, depending of course upon how deep he makes it into the 2016 GOP primary sweepstakes. You know my take: I don’t think he’s going to last very long […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Assemblyman Chris Brown (R-2) was joined by Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian at the historic Irish Pub on Saturday morning, Save Jerseyans, using the occasion of Valentine’s Day to express his love and commitment to one of New Jersey’s most economically-stressed population centers. “This is a make or break moment […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Valentine’s Day is a day for lovers, Save Jerseyans…. …and for those of us who love electoral politics, too. At least down in battleground LD2. This Saturday, February 14th at 11:00 a.m., Asm. Chris Brown (R-2) will formally announce his re-election campaign at Atlantic City’s historic Irish […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Demographics be damned? The Burlington County Democrat Party continues to decline a full 5+ years after the departure of former Chairman Rick Perr, Save Jerseyans. The latest blow: on Wednesday, Burlington Mayor Dr. James A. Fazzone switched his party affiliation to the Republican Party. Significantly, Fazzone is seeking reelection in November […]
By Irwin M. Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog Last week, Save Jerseyans, Senator Jeff Van Drew sent out a press release trumpeting legislation that he’s sponsoring. This bill would require the Secretary of Higher Education to design a manufacturing career program that can provide students with the skills necessary to gain employment in the manufacturing sector. This […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A second deal to save the shuttered Revel Casino is dead on arrival, Save Jerseyans. Click here to read the full Philly.com story.
By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot There’s much talk that the 2016 Democrat National Convention will be held in Philadelphia. Personally, I think Philly has the inside track. But, when it comes to holding conventions in Philadelphia, the Dems will have to go a long way to catch up with the GOP because Philly and the […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog FYI – the Burlington County GOP convened on Saturday, Save Jerseyans, and endorsed their 2014 candidate slate for key legislative and county positions. The main event: for two freeholder seat challenges, one of which is held by humbled former NJ-3 Democrat candidate Aimee Belgard, sources familiar with the proceedings […]
By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Here’s more mainstream media coverage of Monday’s big event in A.C., Save Jerseyans, featuring our Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney: “We’re beginning the transition to the post-Christie era,” Matt Rooney, editor of the conservative blog Save Jersey, said in an interview. He said the party had begun to coalesce […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog He’s one of our favorite New Jersey legislators, Save Jerseyans, and as the Assembly GOP’s decision to throw a de facto statewide convention in his backyard clearly demonstrated, Chris Brown (R-2) is one of Election 2015’s most important players. We caught up with him outside the Main […]
By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’ve got an open seat in Burlington County this fall, Save Jerseyans. The full statement: From: Christopher J. Brown Assemblyman 8th Legislative District In 2007 Randy Brown, John McKenna and myself came together (Brown, McKenna Brown) to run for office in Evesham Township. We ran to simply […]