Month: November 2016

Piscopo isn’t joking about a N.J. gubernatorial campaign and he could win, too.

Joe Piscopo is best known for his work as a comedic actor and talented impersonator during the 1980s golden age of Saturday Night Live, but from what I’ve been able to gather, Save Jerseyans, the straight-talking, unapologetically politically incorrect Passaic native isn’t joking Read More

Pelosi Hangs On To House Leadership Despite Wave Of Defectors

Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi survived the Democratic leadership election Wednesday to remain House minority leader, according to The Associated Press. Pelosi beat challenger Rep. Tim Ryan to retain her post as top Democrat in the House with Read More

5 N.J. professors make conservative group’s ‘watchlist’

PRINCETON — When Peter Singer heard a conservative group put out a new watchlist singling out college professors with “leftist” and “radical agendas,” the veteran Princeton University professor was not surprised to hear he was on it. Singer, a professor Read More

Report: Trump Reaches Deal With Carrier To Keep 1,000 Jobs In US

The incoming Trump administration has reached a deal with Carrier to keep about 1,000 jobs in the U.S. rather than outsourcing them to Mexico. Carrier, which manufactures air conditioners, attracted national attention in early 2016 due a viral video of Read More

Bateman urges judicial restraint as N.J. High Court weighs mandating 100k+ new affordable housing units

One N.J. legislator is renewing the call for a return to legislative oversight of state housing policy as the N.J. Supreme Court is set for a hearing this week to decide whether to reverse a July 2016 court decision declining to to mandate retroactive Read More

Here’s what Antonin Scalia had to say when asked about burning the American flag

On Tuesday morning, President-elect Donald Trump sent a Twitter message expressing his opinion about people who burn the American flag. “Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag – if they do, there must be consequences – perhaps loss Read More