Month: July 2018

Defying his sky-high party approval, Whitman calls on Republicans to demand Trump’s resignation

TRENTON, N.J. — On point? Or hopelessly out of touch? Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman is a liberal Republican who’s well-known for criticizing the GOP, its conservative trajectory in recent decades, as well as its conservative leaders. The author Read More

Webber joins sheriffs to condemn Sherrill’s association with anti-ICE radicals

WHIPPANY, N.J. – Almost 200 Democrats refused to take a stand against the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the U.S. of House of Representatives this week. This November’s upcoming midterm elections could decide the agency’s fate moving forward. On Monday, Read More

More than 75% of accountants say Murphy’s budget will do long term damage to NJ’s economy

By Art Gallagher _ The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants surveyed its members regarding the impact New Jersey’s new state budget would have on the state’s economy.  More than 75% of the 921 CPA’s surveyed said that the Read More

South Jerseyans can see Mike Pence on Monday afternoon

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. — South Jersey supporters of the Trump Administration’s economic policies will have a chance to express their approval – and meet the next best thing to the man himself – right across the river in Philadelphia on Monday Read More

Team Menendez’s plan to relitigate Bob Hugin’s past is politically perilous | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Bob Hugin is facing his first challenging news cycle of this year’s U.S. Senate contest, Save Jerseyans, and it involves something which happened in the 1970s, when the 60-something Republican nominee and former biotech executive was Read More