Bell Doubles-Down: SCOTUS “Completely Incoherent”

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By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Say what you want about Jeff Bell’s strategy, Save Jerseyans, but the guy isn’t afraid to double-down on his socially-conservative views in a time and cycle where that’s not the most popular page… Continue Reading

Former Hoboken Mayor Loses Law License

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By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The fallout from Operation Bid Rig continues, Save Jerseyans, 12 years after the investigation began.  Earlier today, the New Jersey Supreme Court disbarred former Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano, preventing him from engaging in the… Continue Reading

DuHaime’s Solid Point About NH Attack Ads

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By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog According to NH Journal, the 501(c)(4) advocacy group Judicial Crisis Network will launch new “television, radio and digital advertising” in New Hampshire on Wednesday ahead of Governor Chris Christie’s latest RGA-related trip to the presidential… Continue Reading

What Does Harris Mean for New Jersey?

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By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Many New Jersey owners of closely-held businesses are breathing a sigh of relief after today’s “Hobby Lobby” decision, Save Jerseyans. Another decision, however, had the potential to generate vastly greater consequences for Garden State taxpayers. Did it?… Continue Reading

Lesniak Asks Obama to Turn a Blind Eye

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By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog “Aren’t they selling marijuana in Colorado and Washington?” he asked. “Isn’t that against federal law?” Ray Lesniak’s got a point, Save Jerseyans, and you won’t hear those five words escape this blogger’s mouth very often.… Continue Reading

Christie’s Supreme Court Presser

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By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie announced the reappointment of Chief Justice Stuart Rabner to the N.J. Supreme Court on Wednesday, Save Jerseyans, in addition to the first-time appointment of his long-time ally Lee Solomon, Camden County’s current Assignment Judge, to… Continue Reading