Articles Posted in the " President " Category

  • Save Jersey Poll: How will the Christie 2016 campaign play out?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The surest sign yet that Christie 2016 is moving forward? The Governor’s beloved wife and family breadwinner, Mary Pat Christie, just quit her high-paying Wall Street job but didn’t take a new one. That and, last week, he told Jimmy Fallon over ice cream to expect a decision in May […]

  • The Smuttiest Night In Washington DC?

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot It’s just another one of those things that’s coarsening the culture. But, this time it’s particularly unsettling because it’s happening at the very highest, vaulted levels of our government. And, sadly it’s giving new meaning to the term “seat of power.” Yes, it’s loud and redundant and vacuous and it […]

  • LD2 belongs to the people, NOT Steve Sweeney

    By Irwin Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog So I was reading a story in last Sunday’s Press of Atlantic City, Save Jerseyans, and the last three paragraphs really got my blood boiling. Take a read: Sweeney said on Wednesday that he will be actively engaged and will “do everything I can” to help Mazzeo and Bell […]

  • The Kyrillos defection was years in the making

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Regular readers know State Senator Joe Kyrillos‘s defection to the Bush camp is not really news, Save Jerseyans, but confirmation from The Washington Post on Monday night of a pending endorsement (and news of a $10,000 donation) is still unwelcome news for Governor Chris Christie on the same day that he scored […]

  • MacArthur: Hillary is “Bad News”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Unsurprisingly, Save Jerseyans, New Jersey Republicans aren’t enthused by Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for President of the United States. They do, however, appreciate a fundraising opportunity when they see one.  “I have to be honest with you, this is very bad news for South Jersey in 2016,” began […]

  • Enter Rubio

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The field just got bigger by one, Save Jerseyans… via Miami: I’m running for President of the United States of America.Become a Day One Supporter right now at Posted by Marco Rubio on Monday, April 13, 2015

  • The shocking 2014 video clip that should sink Clinton 2016

    Flashback 2014: Hillary hails global “stabilization” during her State Department tenure; assumes full responsibility for Obama’s Foreign Policy By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Now that Hilldawg is all-in, Save Jerseyans, here’s a 2016 storyline that’s going to put Bob Menendez between a rock and a hard place, and I’m not even talking […]

  • Which Party REALLY Wants To Turn Back The Clock?

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot The Republican Party is often accused of living in the past and conservatives are regularly targeted as those who want to turn back the clock? But, let’s take a closer look at this: Liberal Democrats have now thoroughly rebranded themselves as “progressives.” As such, they’ve embraced a movement that is […]

  • Hilldawg: It’s My Time, America, and You Owe Me

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Democrat campaigns keep getting dumber, Save Jerseyans, a feat which you might’ve thought impossible after two terms of “CHANGE” and “FORWARD.” But here we are: Hillary Rodham Lannister a/k/a Hilldawg launched her presidential campaign as promised via Facebook on Sunday (which is interesting in of itself, since she’s […]

  • Christie’s 9-Stop New Hampshire tour schedule is out

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The #1 question I’m getting these days, Save Jerseyans? “Do you think he’s running?” My answer: yes, he already is running. What they’re really asking is whether I think Chris Christie will formally announce and join the race; I’m already on record saying next week’s 9-stop New Hampshire […]

  • The Most Insightful 11+ Minutes of Chris Christie that You’ll See

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Most of you missed Tuesday’s Matawan town hall, Save Jerseyans, and if we’re grading on substance, not much news came out of it. But one widely-reported exchange with a New Jersey school teacher (see below) did get some coverage. The analysis, unfortunately, was sloppy. Predictably so. “Teacher […]