Month: November 2012

Marc Ferzan Tapped to Lead New Jersey’s Post-Sandy Rebuilding (VIDEO)

httpv:// Marc Ferzan’s bio courtesy of the Governor’s Office: Mr. Ferzan will be returning to public service from PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory, where he is a Managing Director in the firm’s investigative consulting practice. He is an experienced manager and attorney who previously Read More

Why Doesn’t Anti-Generator Mandate Logic Apply to the Minimum Wage, Too?

Here’s a little bipartisan concensus for you this holiday season, Save Jerseyans. The State Senate leadership from both parties, according to Minhaj Hassan of PolitickerNJ, are opposed to legislation that would mandate the purchase of power generators by all New Read More

Style Points

If Election 2012 confirmed anything, folks, it’s that style matters. Being right isn’t enough, nor is saying the right things — just louder. The exit polls were extremely telling. Battleground state voters actually trusted Mitt Romney to handle the economy Read More

Strategy: Chris Christie’s Run for Re-Election, and Beyond

Cross-Posted at Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot As far as retaining his position as Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie couldn’t have arranged the stars any better even if he had the power to do so. Record numbers of New Jerseyans now Read More