Articles Posted in the " President " Category


  • Christie seeks contrast with Walker, Bush at CPAC 2015

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog His budget speech wasn’t aimed at contrast, Save Jerseyans, but Chris Christie couldn’t get away from it on Thursday at CPAC 2015 in National Harbor, Maryland, in an interview with Laura Ingraham (see below). Laura’s interview contained most of the meat, including some tough words aimed at his primary […]


  • Chris Christie’s comeback should start today

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Reports of Governor Christie’s political demise have been exaggerated, Save Jerseyans. Greatly exaggerated? Perhaps not if you’re following the blow-by-blow donor battle and up-to-date polling trends as 2016 inches ever-closer. Things look grim. Could the bigger-than-life New Jerseyan’s fortunes change? Sure. Starting with today’s budget address, in fact, but it’s […]


  • Obama, Familial Nationhood And Patriotism

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot It’s no accident that George Washington was called “the father of our country.” From the very beginning, American presidents have been somewhat patriarchal — not in the sense of a monarch, of course but more like a strong, caring, reliable dad who sees the best in us, inspires us, rallies […]


  • Does Obama love America? Yes! Since 2008.

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog America’s Mayor Rudy Giuliani is in hot water with the media and certain members of his own party this morning, Save Jerseyans, for posing questions which the media has declared “off limits” since we first met Barack Obama back in 2006. He’s not saying anything groundbreaking here. After all, it […]


  • Obama’s understanding of Islamic history is scarily awful

    By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog At the recent National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama decided it was as good a time as any to bring up the Crusades (?), urging Christians not to judge radical Muslims whose radicalism had, by the way, had nothing to do with Islam. You know: the same radical Muslims who behead journalists, […]


  • Selma Won’t Win an Oscar Because of Democrat Distortions

    By Tommy De Seno | Reposted from Ricochet God cannot alter the past, though historians can.”  – Samuel Butler The movie Selma is about Dr. Martin Luther King’s march from Selma to Montgomery to help the Voting Rights Act get passed. It’s a good movie, but there is one major historical inaccuracy and one major historical omission. The […]


  • Christie in New Hampshire: “I’m Not Even Running Yet!”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey’s public workers (and many of its court staff) have a late 11:00 a.m. opening on Tuesday falling another statewide snowfall, Save Jerseyans, but Governor Chris Christie is travelling out of state campaigning (unofficially, of course) for the Republican presidential nomination, visiting New Hampshire on Monday […]



  • Dem 2016 Philly Confab Won’t Match GOP Legacy

    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 […]


  • Why We Have Failed in the Middle East Under Obama

    By Joe Schilp | Joe’s Blog Democrat party partisanship is destroying America and making the world a more dangerous place. I know many wish to place the blame on Barack Obama, and he deserves a fair share, but the left’s hatred for America and the things for which we’ve always stood has been on disgusting […]


  • Disaster? No, but Chris Christie needs to come home. Now.

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This is one instance where I’m not at all happy about being right. The media is already calling Governor Chris Christie’s trip to the U.K. a “disaster,” Save Jerseyans (Mark Bonamo says the wheels are off the cart), primarily after a vaccination flap distracted everyone from the […]


  • Christie’s path to the presidency (still) runs through New Jersey

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s not news that Governor Chris Christie isn’t where he’ll need to be one year from when the first GOP presidential primary voters are cast, Save Jerseyans. 8th place in South Carolina. 6th nationally. You’ve seen the results by now. Perhaps the only “news” of late is the […]