Month: March 2019

New candidate enters LD8 GOP primary fray

LUMBERTON, N.J. – There’s another candidate on the field for June’s Republican primary in the  8th Legislative District. On Saturday, 46-year-old attorney Jason Huf announced his candidacy for one of the two Assembly seats on the ballot this cycle. Huf Read More

Did protesters nearly outnumber supporters at Phil Murphy’s Sussex Co. event?

 FRANKLIN, N.J. – Phil Murphy dropped in on the Sussex County Democrat organization this Saturday, gathered at the Irish Cottage Inn in Franklin for their annual convention. The New Jersey Herald reported about 100 in attendance. Anti-Murphy protesters – who Read More

Atlantic GOP endorses assembly, county candidates

LINWOOD, N.J. – Atlantic County Republicans gathered on a sunny Saturday morning at Linwood County Club and selected their 2019 candidates. Republicans will field former Brigantine Mayor Phil Guenther and Freeholder John Risley for Assembly in 2nd Legislative District. The Read More

Pro-Life movie “Unplanned” is beating McConaughey at the weekend box office

By The Staff _ A strong social media strategy and a compelling story is generating an upset of sorts at this weekend’s U.S. box office. The movie Unplanned reportedly grossed $3 million on Friday and was on pace for a $6 Read More

UPDATE: Grewal seeks to stall sale of N.J. college to Chinese-owned company

PRINCETON, N.J. – Rider University’s hugely controversial decision to sell a respected music school to Kaiwen Education, a company party-owned by the Chinese government is receiving a challenge from the State of new Jersey. This week, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Read More

NJ-02: Democrat Van Drew won’t join calls for Adam Schiff’s resignation

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) is working hard to at least appear less crazy than the rest of the House Democrat caucus. On Friday morning, he dropped by Fox News’s America’s Newsroom to discuss Donald Trump’s renewed Read More