It’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser every time, Save Jerseyans.
From today’s Toms River town hall:
We’re kicking off our Election 2014 Senate coverage by sharing my interview with Brian D. Goldberg, Save Jerseyans, a businessman originally from Monmouth County who made his money in the concrete business and who now hopes to bring private sector common sense to Capitol Hill.
He’s one of five GOP nominee hopefuls including former U.S. candidate and Reagan campaign staffer Jeffrey Bell, Monmouth businessman Rich Pezzullo, retired FBI agent Robert “Turk” Turkavage, and Ramapo Professor Murray Sabrin.
For now, meet Brian:
Former State Assemblywoman Barbara Wright (R-14), is backing Dr. Alieta Eck to replace Rush Holt in NJ12, Save Jerseyans.
“With massive changes to our healthcare system being implemented in Washington on an almost daily basis, many New Jersey residents may find themselves left behind when it comes to access, quality, and affordible healthcare,” said Asw. Wright in a release from the campaign. “The fact is no one knows more about the real issues facing physicians and patients today than Alieta Eck.”
Wright specifically lauded Eck’s work as a physician through the Zarephath Free Health Clinic (which she founded) as evidence that she’s be “a perfect fit for the district who has the right experience to deal with the healthcare challenges we are facing.”
Or should we say 71k+ jobs “liberated”?
That’s what Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) estimates based upon last week’s Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analysis, Save Jerseyans, which concluded that the United States could see 2.5 million fewer jobs by 2024 than it otherwise would’ve without Obamacare.
71,661 to be exact.
Click here to see ATR’s state-by-state breakdown. In case you were wondering, ATR arrived at its numbers by looking at Bureau of Labor Statistics tallies for each states’ respective shares of the total national job market. It’s looking to be a rough decade for New Jersey employees (and employers) considering our state’s cumulative pension woes, tax burdens, constitutionally-mandates minimum wage increases and, of course, a failed experiment in nationalizing 1/5 of the country’s economy.
Sorry. It’s a buzzkill. I know. But hey, don’t get too down. Your ‘liberation’ is at hand…
We’ve spent countless hours and barrels of digital ink deconstructing the (Un)affordable Care Act, a/k/a “Obamacare” over the past few years, Save Jerseyans, especially in the wake of its disastrous roll out.
We know you’re busy. This video (posted below) summarizes hundreds of posts’ worth of content in under five minutes… h/t Townhall.com:
Some Presidents have used the State of the Union to rally Americans against a foreign threat. Others called on members of both major parties to unite to overcome a domestic challenge.
The dominant narrative of last night’s State of the Union address delivered by President Obama? A threat. He could’ve stopped after delivering this excerpt without sacrificing one iota of substance:
“But what I offer tonight is a set of concrete, practical proposals to speed up growth, strengthen the middle class and build new ladders of opportunity into the middle class. Some require congressional action, and I’m eager to work with all of you. But America does not stand still, and neither will I. So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families, that’s what I’m going to do.”
Uplifting, right? While my fellow conservatives focus on the coercive elements of the President’s address, if we’re being honest, this commander-in-chief is hardly the first to use executive orders. What makes last night so remarkable, and the last five years so utterly sad and infuriating, is the fact that Barack Obama has already “acted” repeatedly in big, expensive and less-than-constitutional ways to “expand opportunity.”
And none of these efforts have helped…
Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ07) took the unusual step of offering a “prerebuttal” to President Obama’s sixth State of the Union address on Tuesday evening, Save Jerseyans, highlighting his work on the health care and energy fronts.
Check it out before tonight’s festivities:
U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (NJ-04) rallied thousands of intrepid Pro-Life Americans on Wednesday, Save Jerseyans, bundled in large groups at the annual ‘March for Life’ which this year coincides with the 41st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.
Here’s the full text of his remarks:
Thank you for joining this extraordinary March—a magnificent celebration of God’s gift of life and a recommitment to defending and protecting women and children from the violence of abortion.
It’s not always the “hot” topic here at Save Jersey, folks, but it’s one we’ve spent considerable time discussing that’s never far from our minds and always ranked highly in our hearts.
You’ll have an opportunity this week to rededicate yourself to the cause of ending abortion in our lifetime. That battle is all the more critical now that Obamacare is compelling taxpayers to fund elective abortions.
The Annual Rally for Life sponsored by New Jersey Right to Life is scheduled for Wednesday, January 22nd in Trenton from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participants will meet on the State House Steps (125 West State Street for those of you using GPS).
Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) is cosponsoring H.R. 3685, the “Protecting Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Responders Act,” Save Jerseyans, along with several other House members including Frank Lobiondo (NJ-02) and Jon Runyan (NJ-03).
What’s that? I’m glad you asked! The bill is designed as a “permanent fix” which would exempt our volunteer first responders from the evil side-effects of Obamacare’s individual mandate.
Lance is even coming home next week to drum up support for this much-needed legislative relief…
The top whatever of 2013, resolutions/wish lists for 2014, you know the drill. And I’m no exception. I’ve got my own list of bills I’d like to see someone with enough guts to introduce in Trenton. And by someone, I mean a Republican, because I doubt any Democrat would consider any of these bills. So I will be posting one bill a day this week. And today’s wish is…
Make New Jersey an “Obamacare Sanctuary State”
When liberals do not like federal laws, they simply ignore them. They then go a step further and pass state local laws that not only defy those laws, but actively protect those who break them. Agree or disagree on the issue, just look at their tactics on illegal immigration, and tell me I’m wrong. I’m not. So we common sense conservatives need to do the same thing.
And we should start with Obamacare.
48% Christie, 46% Clinton.
That’s the result of the latest CNN/ORC look at 2016′s presidential race, Save Jerseyans, as New Jersey’s Governor appears to be riding a wave of discontent with Obamacare to a healthy lead among Independents.
In related news, CNN/ORC also found Republicans leading Democrats with 10+ months to go before the 2014 midterms.
It’s a slow news day, Save Jerseyans, so the big political news on Thursday (nationally) was a CNN/ORC poll showing the GOP in good shape heading into next year’s midterm cycle.
No surprise there.
It’s also less-than-surprising that CNN is trying to downplay the primary catalyst of the Republican Party’s second lease on life:
Frank “Monkey Court” Pallone is having a contest with himself, Save Jerseyans, to see whether he can successfully utter increasingly dumb sh*t during each succeeding cable television appearance.
The latest unbelievable outburst from the representative of NJ06?
Telling this CNBC anchor that “whatever it takes” to sell Obamacare to consumers is A-OKAY with him… including peddling gay stereotypes with taxpayer dollars..
We already knew they’d do whatever it takes to save this mess of a law including tell us we could keep our plans when, in fact, we couldn’t.
Then again, Frank might “prejudge the type of ads” that he’s spending our money to broadcast if he wasn’t also one of the legislation’s architects; if it fails, then there isn’t much else to be said for his time in Congress.