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  • Suffer our children to protect us all

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog On the day before Independence Day, I stumbled upon a Facebook post by a mom helping her college-age son – “My baby boy” she called him – prepare to go off to ROTC summer camp. She said typical mom stuff about helping him find regulation sunglasses, […]


  • RIP John Whitman

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog The thoughts and prayers of the Save Jersey family and faithful are with former Governor Christine Todd Whitman and her family tonight upon the passing of her husband, John Whitman, reportedly due to complications from a June 19th brain injury. Whitman (age 71) served as First Gentleman of New Jersey […]


  • Ernst mixes with NJ GOP leaders in Hamilton

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog She was one of the biggest stars to emerge in the 2014 cycle, Save Jerseyans, and last night she lit up the Hilton Garden Inn in Hamilton, New Jersey: Thank you @SenJoniErnst for supporting @GOPAC and for your service! #gopac #goarmy #womenleaders #goplatina pic.twitter.com/tA1GgnhzEq — Maria RodriguezGregg (@MariaRGregg) June […]


  • Yonta prevails in N.J. State Bar secretary battle

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog An unusually interesting New Jersey State Bar Association secretary race is officially over, Save Jerseyans: Kimberly A. Yonta – 2,059 votes Fruqan Mouzon – 1,825 votes Mouzon, a former general counsel to Senate President Steve Sweeney, based his run on opposing the nominating committee’s selection of Yonta […]


  • 12 ways that Trenton compares to ‘Game of Thrones’

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Another wild season of Game of Thrones has reached its conclusion, Save Jerseyans, leaving us to once again ponder some similarities (and differences) between the fictional realm of Westeros and our very own Garden State. Off the top of my head: (1) The heroes always lose. Without fail! You can […]


  • OPINION: Tattoos and Summer DO NOT Mix!

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Do you tattoo? If so, why? Are you trying to make a statement? Is it part of an emotional commitment? Or did you just decide to get tattooed on a whim or a dare? Whatever the reason, I don’t get it. Still, it’s obvious to me that others are onto […]



  • Congratulations to Alyssa Lafage and Baby Isaac

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Save Jersey extends its happiest congratulations to our contributor and friend, Alyssa Lafage, on the birth of her first child Isaac (pictured right). At 9 lbs., 4oz and 22-inches long, the Garden State has gained not just another future Republican voter but a bruiser at that! Isaac and his mother […]


  • Nightmarish Turnpike fire damages road, injures driver (VIDEO)

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A nightmarish-looking New Jersey Turnpike tanker fire raged near Exit 11 yesterday, Save Jerseyans, reportedly leaving the driver with severe burns. 200 feet of asphalt near the exchange needed to be repaved over night. Our friend and 2015 Marlboro mayoral candidate Ira Goldberg (who only narrowly missed […]


  • Save Jersey hack attacked over Menendez post?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog So you may’ve noticed that Save Jersey was hacked early Tuesday morning, Save Jerseyans; I woke up to find this shabby frontpage-style site where SaveJersey.com should’ve been: Who done it? I don’t know for sure yet, but after talking to my new cyber security guys, our hosting […]


  • I drank out of the hose but didn’t die

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog When I was a kid, I drank out of the garden hose but didn’t die. I did it because I was hot and thirsty after having roamed all by myself on my bike throughout the neighborhood and a goodly portion of Phoenix, where I spent my […]


  • Yes, there’s a time to sow, but can we hurry it up, already?

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Last Saturday, the temperature in beautiful downtown Belleville topped 80 degrees, and the Clifton Home Depot was chock full of people who looked as though they were making the mistake of planting by the thermometer rather than the calendar. One warm day does not a seasonal […]


  • McCullough and Finnerty launch EHT reelection campaign

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog 43,000+ strong Egg Harbor Township is always important in regional and statewide contests, Save Jerseyans, as the state’s 44th largest municipality and #1 in battleground Atlantic County, but perhaps this year more than ever before. Today’s action supplied plenty of evidence. 19-year Mayor James “Sonny” McCullough and […]