Month: December 2013

Tearing Down the Total State

By Joshua Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog The normative Left today is (unfortunately) an example of a successful totalitarian movement, Save Jerseyans. Though neither a jackbooted National Socialist German Workers Party (aka the Nazi’s) clone, nor a USSR Politburo copy it nonetheless Read More

The Real Hunger Games

By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog Let’s hope 2014 turns out better for the U.S.A. than 2013; an estimated 14.5 million American households had difficulty providing enough food for their families over the last year, Save Jerseyans. In seven million of Read More

2013’s Top 13 N.J. Winners

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’ll get to the losers a little bit later, Save Jerseyan, but for now (as well as for the sake of wrapping up a long, busy year on a “positive” note), here are the thirteen Read More

A Dose of Deutschland

OPINION: The World (and Especially Europe) Needs Germany to Step Up By Joshua Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog Dear Germans, Often times I read in international magazines and newspapers articles about a new German film, art show, or historical exhibit that has Read More

Winning With AND Without Them?

By Susanne LaFrankie | The Save Jersey Blog In the fickle world of politics, Save Jerseyans, you can often measure your success or your threat factor, by your bad press. These days Governor Chris Christie, a one-time darling of the media, should view Read More

Goldberg Tests Senate Waters

By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog While most New Jersey pundits and politicos are waiting for Doherty, Webber, Bramnick or any combination of those three to decide on a run against Cory Booker (D-Twitter) next fall, Save Jerseyans, another man has Read More

Christie Signs 2 Bills, Makes Appointments

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie moved on a few items this afternoons before beginning the last sleepy weekend of 2013: BILLS SIGNED: S-1219wGR/ACS for A-1640, 3066 (Codey, Lesniak/Watson Coleman, Johnson) – Increases compensation for wrongful imprisonment S-2086/A-3424 (Whelan/Greenwald, Read More