Year: 2019

As summer season begins, Murphy Democrats double-down on Jersey Shore rental tax

TRENTON, N.J. – Shore rentals are getting more expensive, and it’s not a simple matter of supply and demand. Trenton is playing a major role. In July 2018, Governor Phil Murphy signed a measure passed by the Democrat-controlled state legislature Read More

Remember: Memorial Day and Veterans Day are different holidays

By Matt Rooney _ This is a public service announcement, Save Jerseyans, because notwithstanding the increasing politicization of our American culture, there hasn’t appeared to be a correlating increase in civic wisdom and historical knowledge (thanks, public schools): You’re commemorating Read More

Bergen Republican legislators, candidates split with county GOP over Saudino

HACKENSACK, NJ – The Bergen County GOP’s curious decision to embrace its turncoat former Sheriff Mike Saudino – forced to resign for bigoted statements after his defection to the Democrat Party – drew a major backlash on Thursday from the Read More

SOCIAL INJUSTICE: New Jersey Dems won’t relent on taxing patients’ medical pot

TRENTON, N.J. – The New Jersey Assembly voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to expand patients’ access to medical marijuana. But patients will need to pay, and pay dearly. – The State of New Jersey already suffers for having among the most expensive Read More

SPADEA: Governor Murphy is right to investigate back room boss Norcross

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ Governor Murphy is an unlikely champion of taxpayers for sure. He’s raised taxes throughout his first couple years as Governor and is promising more. Still, he is absolutely within his Read More

Ronald And Donald: The Parallels Will Astound You!

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — It occurred to me while reading Bob Spitz’s great, new, exhaustive biography Reagan, An American Journey. Again and again I was struck by the similarities. Now, don’t laugh about Read More