Month: October 2018

NJ-03: Democrat challenger Kim continues to lie about his resume down the homestretch

TOMS RIVER, N.J. – Democrat House hopeful Andy Kim’s resume lies have been so egregious at times that even the reliably liberal Washington Post gave him “Two Pinocchios” after one particularly deceitful Kim ad stretched “his résumé to elastic extremes by claiming he Read More

Murphy Administration denies request for Alvarez-related emails

TRENTON, N.J. — Is the Murphy Administration stonewalling attempts to get to the bottom of its handling of a sexual assault allegations scandal? The Democrat-controlled legislature has already voted to delay its own investigation into the Administration’s questionable hiring practices Read More

Vietnam Vet’s Medals Lost To Sandy Replaced On Storm’s Sixth Anniversary

By Art Gallagher _ Bernard and Linda Ebner lost their Union Beach home of 47 years and most of their possessions to twelve feet of water during Superstorm Sandy six years ago this week. Among those possession were the medals Read More

Soy mujer, latina y cubana. Pero jamás votaré Por Bob Menéndez. | Schirmer

Por Ileana Schirmer Concejal de la ciudad de Hamilton, Nueva Jersey _ Como madre, latina, cubana, católica y líder en la ciudad de Hamiton, Nueva Jersey, personalmente considero que nuestros líderes elegidos tienen que ser intachables, limpios, insignes. Por estas Read More

NJ-06: GOP leaders rally for Pallone’s opponent Pezzullo in Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. — The pundits aren’t paying close attention to NJ-06 this cycle. That’s not true of the N.J. GOP’s senior statesmen who were out in force on Tuesday night to rally with Republican nominee Rich Pezzullo. State Senator Declan Read More