Month: September 2012

Christie Defends Romney, Slams Obama on ‘Meet the Press’ and ‘Face the Nation’ (VIDEO)

We already showed you Governor Chris Christie’s appearance on ‘This Week’ earlier today, Save Jerseyans. Here’s video from his other two Sunday morning show interviews; you’ll see a what were essentially repeats of his ABC performance, but since David Gregory Read More

ABC’s This Week: Governor Christie Predicts “Brand New Race” After Wednesday’s Debate (VIDEO)

George Stephanopoulos interviewed Governor Chris Christie on this Sunday’s edition of ABC’s “This Week” program, Save Jerseyans; it was part of a full morning of appearances on all three major television networks. Governor Christie was entertaining as always, and he gave Read More

CHRISTIE WEIGHS IN: Appearing On ABC, NBC, CBS Morning Shows This Sunday

Mitt Romney’s most prominent Republican ally (and defender) will take to the airwaves this morning and, presumably, passionately advocate for the former Massachusetts governor ahead of Wednesday’s debate. You have three opportunities to enjoy Chris Christie with your cornflakes, Save Read More

Even Federal Candidates Aren’t Above Yard Signs

Everyone loves yard signs, Save Jerseyans. Still, they’re not going to put themselves together or find their own way onto supporters’ front lawns. Veteran U.S. Rep. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen (R, NJ-11) pitched in today to help volunteers assemble his own yard signs at campaign headquarters.

MSM Reports Voter Fraud Story; Does That Mean It’s Real?

The Mainstream Media (led by The Associated Press) attack voter id law initiatives by claiming that voter fraud is imaginary (even though President Obama’s website has asked supporters to report it?). Other arguments are even dumber; a recent editorial posited Read More

Menendez, Booker Discussed in Latest Undercover O’Keefe Video

Rutgers alum James O’Keefe is continuing his investigation into alleged “shovel ready” stimulus funding abuse, Save Jerseyans. As per usual, some of Mr. O’Keefe’s footage will shock unengaged Americans. And guess what? Two big-time New Jersey politicians came up as topics this Read More