Month: February 2018

Op-Ed: Federal sugar subsidies a bitter pill for New Jersey to swallow

By Erica Jedynak _ Washington is at it again. Without regard for small businesses and local economies, the federal government continues to prop up yet another distorted market, this time punishing local food manufacturers trying to compete on a level Read More

Op-Ed: The Murphy Administration needs to get moving on key vacancies

By Bruce Sisler _ Just before Governor Chris Christie left office, he appointed me to the Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital Board of Trustees as a public member. It was an honor and privilege to have the faith and confidence to Read More

The NJEA controls New Jersey’s governor. Could this SCOTUS case save us?

By Matt Rooney _ You probably missed it with all of the OTHER noise out there in this worlds of ours, Save Jerseyans, but on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Janus v AFSCME. At stake? Everything. Specifically, whether Read More

N.J. GOP Indian American House candidate pledges to “defend President’s agenda”

By The Staff _ 30-something engineer, businessman, and Indian American Republican Hirsh Singh is officially getting into the NJ-02 primary, Save Jerseyans, and he’s pledging to represent New Jersey’s sprawling southernmost district by going all-in in support of President Donald Read More