Month: June 2016

Phony Pallone’s Phony Sit-in: A typical day of inaction

By Art Gallagher Congressman Frank Pallone said last week that sitting on the floor of the House of Representatives to try to force the Republican majority to force on vote on gun control legislation was his proudest moment in 28 Read More

On the road in Wall, Christie blasts teachers union for “defending a failed system”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Christie revisited his favorite format – the town hall meeting – in Wall on Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, and unsurprisingly, the teachers union attracted most of the Republican fair school funding advocate‘s fire: Read More

Lance urges Americans to read brand new Benghazi report

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Blaming a “rusty bureaucratic process” for the murder of four Americans in Libya back in 2012, the “initial” report released Tuesday from the U.S. House Select Committee on Benghazi is sure to impact an Read More

Budget Bill Sails Through, but Christie Brokers New Plan to Revive TTF

Lawmakers had no problem sending a budget bill to Gov. Chris Christie yesterday, but finding consensus on a way to renew the state’s going-broke Transportation Trust Fund was a different story. Without any debate or disagreement, a $34.8 billion spending Read More