Month: August 2017

VIDEO: Conway trolls ‘busy’ Menendez as tax reform fight looms

New Jersey native Kellyanne Conway dropped by Fox News on Thursday morning to assess the federal tax reform debate. Inevitably, another prominent New Jersey politico for the other side of the aisle (and his pending corruption trial) entered into the Read More

Breaking down where the CD5 GOP Primary stands right now

Steve Lonegan’s press conference arguably signaled the formal start to the primary fight for the right to challenge Josh Gottheimer, Save Jerseyans. Democrats think Gottheimer is sitting pretty, but the potential field boasts some strong potential candidates for federal office. Read More

While we’re taking down statues, let’s take Murphy off the ballot and give his house to Black Lives Matter

Former Goldman Sachs Banker Phil Murphy, took his campaign for governor into the gutter yesterday when he accused this Republican opponent, Kim Guadagno, of condoning racism and antisemitism. “We are now seeing a disturbing trend emerge with Kim Guadagno and Read More

Rooney Makes Insider 100 ‘Media Power List’

Our very own Save Jersey founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney is one of InsiderNJ’s top 100 media power personalities per a new list released Thursday morning: – “The founding editor of Save Jersey has carved out a space for himself Read More

Two more names for the LD8 mix

Two more names are in circulation for the LD8 Assembly seat of Maria Rodriguez-Gregg, Save Jerseyans. The first is Lumberton Township Mayor Sean Earlen who’s best known outside of Burlington County as Chairman of the New Jersey Pinelands Commission. Christie plugged the young Read More

NJ Transit hit with new federal probe. Maybe this is why your train or bus is late?

TRENTON — The U.S. Department of Labor is investigating NJ Transit for widespread abuse of the federal Family Medical Leave Act, NJ Advance Media has learned. Alleged abuses by rail and bus operations employees have resulted in “delays and cancellations Read More

Would Christie appoint himself to the U.S. Senate? Governor weighs in

TRENTON — It’s a scenario that’s technically possible if U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez resigns or is forced out of office before mid-January: Gov. Chris Christie could appoint himself as Menendez’s replacement. But does “U.S. Sen. Chris Christie” have a chance Read More