Month: January 2019

Murphy politicizes the MVC (like he did to the AG’s office)

By Matt Rooney _ It’s one thing for agencies and departments under the executive branch’s purview to enact the governor’s policies, Save Jerseyans. That’s generally uncontroversial! It’s another thing altogether for civil servants to spend their time (and our money!!) Read More

Schepisi reacts to Murphy’s #SOTS: N.J. may need ‘to build a wall to keep residents in’

TRENTON, N.J. — Reaction to Governor Phil Murphy’s first state of the state address was far from unanimously positive on Tuesday, Save Jerseyans. Critics included Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi (R-39).  “Not one mention of any initiative to combat high property taxes, unaffordability Read More

Christie’s Book: Trump advised him to wear a longer necktie to look thinner

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Details of Chris Christie’s Let Me Finish book are beginning to leak, Save Jerseyans. There aren’t any surprises thus far for anyone who’s closely followed the Trump-Christie saga. One interesting nugget? According to the reports, “Trump returned to the Read More

Golden Slams O’Scanlon’s Marijuana Effort

By Art Gallagher _ In a rare public disagreement among Monmouth County Republicans, Sheriff Shaun Golden, the Party Chairman, slammed Senator Declan O’Scanlon’s effort to win fiscal and public safety reforms from Governor Phil Murphy and Senate President Steve Sweeney in exchange for three Read More

Rider University: China’s values are OK, but not so keen on Chick-fil-A

By Matt Rooney _ The values of the Left — and Leftist academia in particular — continue to astound, mystify and yes, depress the hell out of anyone paying attention, Save Jerseyans. Two recent headlines from Central Jersey come to Read More

Business group complains Murphy’s Goldman Sachs tenure “leaves him with little understanding of the everyday challenges”

TRENTON, N.J. – Is Governor Phil Murphy out of touch? On the eve of his first-ever ‘State of the State’ address, on leading business group believes that’s the case.  _ “Gov. Murphy wants to grow government and previously proposed a Read More