Month: July 2015

AP: Menendez court battle “going to be down and dirty”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The ink on his indictment is barely dry, Save Jerseyans, but the court battle over Bob Menendez‘s future is already producing fireworks. There’s a report about it today from The Associated Press that’s Read More

Sharing both heritage and vision, Cuban-born Gutierrez excited to boost Rubio in Colts Neck

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey’s donor class is always important in national elections, Save Jerseyans, but this cycle’s robust GOP primary is raising the stakes and, as a consequence, engendering more candidate visits. Field money leader Read More

This Robbinsville police story will make you tear up… as well it should!

By Cody McLaughlin | The Save Jersey Blog It’s a rare occasion, Save Jerseyans, to be able to find organic content as heartwarming as this AND to be able to write about for a political publication. And it comes to us from Read More

MacArthur visits Fox News to argue for American-made seals

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s a symbolic gesture, Save Jerseyans, and Rep. Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) readily admits that, but it’s one which he thinks is important enough to make this term as Chinese cyber-attacks reach Read More

OPINION: Tom Moran’s Garrett commentary crossed a line

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog I thought The Star-Ledger didn’t print ad hominem personal attacks, yet Sunday’s nasty hit piece against Rep. Scott Garrett, R-NJ, by Tom Moran certainly qualifies. Disagree with him on policy – fine. Read More

PILOT must go! My view of Jersey City from Monroe Township

By Harold Kane | The Save Jersey Blog I live in Monroe Township, Middlesex County. We have a major problem with our state aid for the school system. We don’t get any. I shouldn’t say that. Monroe gets $2.8 million from Trenton Read More