Month: December 2018

2019 will see a renewed cap-and-trade push likely raise N.J. energy costs

TRENTON, N.J. — A northeastern “green” push will be a major albeit probably under-reported story line for 2019. New Jersey announced plans for a new CO2 emission cap right before Christmas, laying the groundwork to fully rejoin the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and Read More

The Right 40 Women to Watch in 2019

By Erica Jedynak _ New Jersey needs a dose of freedom and these women are up to the task. While some of these accomplished professionals are out-in-front in the media, many are behind-the-scenes and unrecognized for their contributions within the Read More

Leading N.J. Trump supporter urges police unions to “get out of the bed with the Democrats”

TRENTON, N.J. — The murder of a California police officer, allegedly by a illegal alien suspect, has added more fuel to the already combustible national immigration debate which, at present, has the U.S. federal government in partial shutdown mode. A Read More

Purple Heart Veteran’s GoFundMe campaign to build Trump’s Wall closes in on $18M

MIRAMAR, FL — A Purple Heart veteran’s effort to help fund the U.S. Southern border wall blocked by congressional Democrats is about to hit another milestone. Brian Kolfage’s GoFundMe page (www.gofundme.com/TheTrumpWall) is rapidly closing in on $18 million in donations from nearly Read More

The Second Christmas Miracle: Washington’s Crossing

By Matt Rooney _ Rough conditions on the Delaware River may’ve sidelined reenactors this Christmas, Save Jerseyans, but the Second Miracle of Christmas (the “first” Battle of Trenton) is no less worth remembering today for it. Quite the opposite! Miracle #1: A Read More