Articles Posted in the " new jersey " Category

  • My Jobs Ideas Weren’t Crazy, Naysayers

    By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog Save Jerseyans, when I did my series on ideas for job creation, predictably, some naysayers came out to say “never gonna happen.” Now, I’m no stranger to criticism; in fact, with this series, I would be glad to see meaningful criticism, as I admitted I am not […]



  • Christie to ABC7: “We were listening to all of you!”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’m not saying this particular ABC7 anchor was TRYING to be ridiculous, Save Jerseyans, but when the people hyping a storm that went bust subsequently turn around and ask an elected official whether they overreacted, one can’t help but laugh! Or respond in characteristic Christie fashion (at the 1:42 […]



  • Is It Time to Eliminate County Government in New Jersey?

    By Martin Marks | The Save Jersey Blog In light of the recent revelation that the Union County Alliance, a not-for-profit organization almost entirely funded by taxpayer dollars, rewarded a vendor with nearly $1.5M over four years for nothing more than a twice per year newsletter, scrutiny of county government in Save Jerseyland and elsewhere […]


  • Christie declares State of Emergency as Juno Arrives

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Winter Storm Juno is already upon us, Save Jerseyans, with light snow falling across most of the Garden State at this hour, the first such major event of this season, and Governor Chris Christie is getting on a jump on the worst of the winter weather (expected […]


  • Christie’s PAC Launches Online

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s game on, Save Jerseyans. Hours after wrapping up a highly-visible appearance at the Iowa Freedom Summit, Governor Chris Christie’s long-anticipated leadership political action committee has launched online. “America has been a nation that has always controlled events and yet today events control us,” the website, leadershipforamericamatters.org, explains […]


  • Historic Snow: Remembering Some of New Jersey’s Worst Winter Weather

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Milk! Bread! Eggs! Ahhhhhh! Hype is already building for this week’s alleged “historic” winter storm, Save Jerseyans, and if these snow total projections from the National Weather Service ultimately prove accurate, it could be one of the most disruptive in U.S. history: No one who saw the “Great White […]


  • Christie: I’m not “too New Jersey for Iowa”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog At the podium addressing this year’s Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday, Save Jerseyans, Governor Chris Christie continued a theme from his State of the State address: a nation beset by anxiety. He also touted his pro-life position (saying he was “living proof” that pro-lifers can win in blue states), […]



  • Why Chris Christie is wading into Iowa

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog N.J. Pollster Patrick Murray says “schizophrenic.” PR guru Dan Cirucci? Resistant to “categorization or compartmentalization.” However you choose to describe Governor Chris Christie’s 2016 strategy to date, Save Jerseyans, what’s undeniable is that it hasn’t gone according to plan. It’s with that backdrop that New Jersey’s top […]


  • The Tar Pits of New Jersey

    By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, estimates that U.S. consumers could find an extra $100 billion in their wallets this year. William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, says the plunge in gas prices will translate largely into spending rather than savings since […]


  • Should Chris Christie run for president?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Tales of polls and defections aside… What say you, Save Jerseyans? Should he? Or shouldn’t he? Should Chris Christie run for president in 2016? Yes! No. Undecided…   pollcode.com free polls