Articles Posted in the " Republican " Category

  • Star-Ledger Ed Board does McCarthyism better than McCarthy

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog The Star-Ledger hit a new low of innuendo and guilt-by-association smear tactics in editorially trying to link racists to the Republican Party. You get an A+ in McCarthyism and dirty tricks, but an F in integrity and respect for any point of view other than your own. […]


  • Reagan still matters

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot It’s been 26 years since Ronald Reagan left office. Yet, Reagan and his presidency still loom large. Reagan’s is the quintessential American story: Born in a small midwest town, he faced hardships early in life, struggled, held true to his values and became a spectacular success. Inspired by his father’s […]


  • Walker wins Northeast GOP straw poll

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The three-day Northeast Leadership Conference is underway in Philadelphia, Save Jerseyans, one which will be relatively well-attended by Republican leaders and national candidate from inside the Northeast and beyond.  This year’s straw poll winner, however, is not a Northeasterner (although he was the keynote, for whatever that’s worth): […]


  • LD27 Assembly: Q Rim rising?

    By Charles Barr | The Save Jersey Blog It was an early April morning when I really felt inspired to get a more active base of politically interested college students together at Montclair State University. I knew of another student at the time who was aiming to do the same thing, Save Jerseyans, and now […]



  • Marlboro Republican Council Candidate Resigns

    By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Frank DeBlasi, the top vote getter in the Republican primary in Marlboro eariler this month, has withdrawn as a candidate, according to a statement by Selika Josiah Gore, the Chair of the Township’s Republican Committee. Gore said that DeBlasi withdrew because of unforeseen personal circumstances. “Frank was a great candidate […]


  • Bridging the gap of relevance in tough communities

    By Cody McLaughlin | The Save Jersey Blog It’s no secret among my friends and family, Save Jerseyans, that I grew up in a tough area. I don’t regret it, and I’m certainly not ashamed of it. Growing up surrounded by tough situations can teach you a lot about life, liberty, and the pursuit of […]



  • The Republican Primary fight has once again become a circus

    By Tom Lahey | Parliament Street How many more Republicans have to announce their bid to run for President before we say enough is enough? Right now, there are nine Republicans already declared with at least six more who are expected to announce their intentions soon. The Democrats, meanwhile, have three declared candidates (Clinton, Sanders […]


  • Battlefield Bergen local mayoral primary round-up

    By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog While Bergen County may lack the firepower of a high-profile legislative or county-wide primary this cycle, Save Jerseyans, Republicans in four hotly-contested towns (all with incumbent Republican mayors) will head to the polls tomorrow to select their candidate for the fall. One of these towns, Saddle River, […]



  • Understanding the Republican Party’s persistent age divide

    By James Pezzullo | The Save Jersey Blog For years, political pundits and prognosticators have been enraptured with the idea of a Republican party embroiled in a great civil war between the Tea Party and the party’s establishment. While this is another episode in a struggle both parties have faced for decades between their moderate […]


  • Save Jersey marks 7th birthday

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog What’s so special about a 7th anniversary, Save Jerseyans? Well, have you ever heard the expression “every day above ground is a good day?” It is! And that’s certainly how we feel here at New Jersey’s #1 conservative outpost online after surviving yet another year of raucous […]