Month: August 2018

Webber demands repeal of latest N.J. gas tax hike

WHIPPANY, N.J. – The Murphy Administration’s move to raise New Jersey’s gas tax by another 4.3 cents — meaning that the tax has now tripled since 2016 — is meeting widespread opposition among residents. Among those residents is Assemblyman Jay Webber Read More

After endorsing Menendez? The NJEA should stop pretending it cares about our kids. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ The New Jersey Education (Mis)Association (NJEA) surprised no one on Thursday when it endorsed Bob Menendez’s U.S. Senate reelection bid, Save Jerseyans. The notorious organization’s rationale was even less shocking. Hint: they couldn’t point to an Read More

OPINION: Jersey Shore Slammed by Hurricane Murphy

By David Frank _ Why does Phil Murphy hate small-business owners so much? The recent budget crisis may have averted a shutdown but the cost of the “solution” will be borne by thousands of people that rent and own vacation Read More

O’Scanlon Introduces Legislation To Protect NJ Motorists From Other States’ Traffic Camera Schemes | Gallagher

By Art Gallagher _ New Jersey MVC will no longer be provide information about resident motorist to companies that operate red-light and speed cameras for other states, if bipartisan legislation introduced by Senators Declan O’Scanlon, Nick Sacco, Nicolas Scutari becomes law. Read More

‘American Dream’ will fail, just like Revel and all crony capitalist schemes | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ We’ve had four (!) more governors since Jim McGreevey’s administration dreamed up what was then ominously dubbed ‘Xanadu,’ a 91-acre mall-meets-theme park in the middle of the Meadowlands which resembles a spaceship too large (and ugly) Read More

NJ-03: Navy SEAL upbraids Democrat Kim for embellishing his national security resume

TOMS RIVER, N.J. — When is inflating one’s credentials more than mere puffing, Save Jerseyans? And something significantly more serious? Andy Kim, the Democrat who’s running against Tom MacArthur this cycle in New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District, has finally crossed that Read More