Month: May 2015

A race that could change everything? Mailers, Big Labor invade Morris in final hours

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’m going to put together a more comprehensive “races to watch” list for you before next Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, but the civil war in Morris County is almost certain to top the Read More

All lives matter. So do headlines.

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog When we talk about media “bias,” Save Jerseyans, we’re not necessarily referring to something conscious. Biases are built up over a lifetime of exposure to external stimuli and fortified by willful blindness. Read More

OPINION: New Jersey, the political condom state

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Because Gov. Chris Christie favors casinos in North Jersey, we should brace ourselves against the inevitable caterwauling from those in Atlantic City and parts south about how that will hurt the Read More

Down the stretch, NRA endorsement hits LD24 mailboxes

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog In a race that’s gotten exceedingly (and some would say excessively) personal at times, Save Jerseyans, down the home stretch of the LD24 Assembly primary campaign, the establishment-backed GOP slate is doing Read More

Christie abandons Common Core: “it’s simply not working”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog No more than mere weeks away from an anticipated presidential campaign launch, Governor Chris Christie’s long retreat from Common Core just reached the next level Thursday afternoon during remarks on New Jersey academic standards at the Burlington Read More

POLL for a hypothetical: O’Scanlon or Handlin to replace Kyrillos?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The conventional wisdom in NJ GOP circles goes something like this, Save Jerseyans: state Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-13), once Governor Chris Christie‘s staunchest legislative ally, defected to Jeb Bush in large part over Read More