Month: April 2018

REPORT: Freeholder faces fresh accusations as court battle rages

FREEHOLD, N.J. — The battle between Republican-led Monmouth County and one of its own GOP freeholders is far from over. On Monday, the county and lawyers for John Curley were reportedly back in court fighting over whether details from a Read More

NJ-02: Parkland’s Hogg tees off on Van Drew

By Matt Rooney _ Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) is sprinting to the Left ahead of this year’s 2nd Congressional District Democrat primary, Save Jerseyans, abandoning a feigned but carefully crafted “moderate” persona developed over the course of many years Read More

Phil Murphy Hates Guns (But He’ll Use Them To Fill His Coffers)

Phil Murphy may hate guns but, in pursuit of his historic New Jersey spending blitz, he’s perfectly happy to make money off of them, Save Jerseyans, proposing a new sales tax on Garden State firearms purchases. Our contributor Katie Cericola of Read More

If Chris Christie thinks you’re too mean…

WASHINGTON, D.C. — “Comedian” Michelle Wolf pulled off a rare feat at Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, uniting most of America’s Left and Right-leaning media sources against her and in defense of a White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and Read More

WATCH: N.J. House Dems Express ‘Love’ For Menendez Despite Bipartisan Ethics Admonition

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senators from both parties came down on Bob Menendez like a ton of bricks this week, Save Jerseyans, issuing a ‘severe’ admonition of Bob Menendez for an apparent  gifts-and-favors relationship with a friend and donor Dr. Salomon Read More

N.J. Republicans hope to help ethically-challenged Bob Menendez drag down his ticket

LINWOOD, N.J. — NJ-02 Republican candidate Hirsh Singh is the front runner in the primary to replace fellow Republican Frank LoBiondo who’s retiring in Congress this year. His presumptive Democrat opponent is Jeff Van Drew. But it’s not Van Drew, an incumbent state Read More

N.J. Congressman Moves To Regulate Assault… Rental Cars?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans are still in the middle of a robust Second Amendment debate after the latest batch of statistically rare but dramatic “mass shootings.” One politician says it’s time to go further and heavily regulate… …rental vehicles? It’s a Read More