Month: April 2016

Trump and Sweeney have a few things in common. They’re worth noting!

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog As it turns out, Save Jerseyans, Donald Trump and New Jersey’s Democrat Senate President Steve Sweeney have a few things common. Things which I think are worth considering before Primary Day. They’re both Northeasterners Read More

Are Trump (and his wall) worth the price of Trump?

By Tommy De Seno I agree that Trump gets some things spectacularly right and some others spectacularly wrong. I want that wall (and maintain that alone drives his popularity; there are many things he’s said that his supporters could do Read More

N.J. legislator calls on Hollywood to fight, not parody, Alzheimer’s after Ferrell Reagan movie flap

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Will Ferrell has decided that making fun of Alzheimer’s (and President Reagan) isn’t exactly high comedy, Save Jerseyans. He’s passing on a script for “Reagan,” a film that parodies the late commander-in-chief’s alleged Read More

MacArthur steps up assault on FEMA corruption with whistleblower presser

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) has already called for the head of FEMA’s resignation and congressional hearings over rampant fraud and corruption related to the Superstorm Sandy claims process, Save Jerseyans, but not Read More

Judge: Belmar’s new pay to pay ordinance, “Matt’s Law” is not law

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Freehold-Monmouth County Superior Court Judge Katie Gummer ruled Wednesday that the new pay to pay ordinance in Belmar, dubbed “Matt’s Law” in honor of Mayor Matt Doherty who the measure would  immediately benefit, is not Read More

Donald Rumsfeld, Cruz’s father headline N.J. Reagan Day

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog 1,000-ish Republicans gathered for Assemblyman Jay Webber‘s annual Reagan Day dinner on Wednesday night, Save Jerseyans, this year at the Westmount Country Club in Woodland Park. The annual event’s attendance continues to grow Read More