Author: Matt Rooney

Save Jersey’s Founder and Blogger-in-Chief, MATT ROONEY is a nationally-noted and respected New Jersey political commentator. When he's not on-line, radio or television advocating for conservative reform and challenging N.J. power-brokers, Matt is a practicing attorney at the law firm of DeMichele & DeMichele in Haddon Heights (Camden County).

No one automatically ‘deserves to be believed’ but everyone deserves justice. | Rooney

Matt Rooney _ As a citizen and an attorney, Save Jerseyans, I’m profoundly disturbed by this new trend where people are guilty until proven innocent, and the accuser doesn’t have any burden of proof. Mark my words: it’s only a Read More

N.J. Democrat House candidate: Disagree with me? Move to Arkansas!

By Matt Rooney _ Democrat Mikie Sherrill has an unambiguous message for anyone in her district that ISN’T on board with the Democrats’ “progressive” agenda: Move to Arkansas. Here’s the mailer her campaign recently sent out to NJ-11 voters: _ _ Read More

NJ-5’s Gottheimer attacks McCann by name. What’s his polling showing? | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ When your opponent is drowning? Throw them an anchor. But if they’re alone, by themselves, in the middle of the ocean? This is the somewhat enviable dilemma facing every well-heeled electoral campaign that’s ever led an Read More

MacArthur, father of two Koreans, accused of anti-Korean racism. What? | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Just when you thought our political discourse couldn’t get any dumber, Save Jerseyans, enter this piece of attack mail financed by the NJGOP in support of Congressman Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03). This year’s NJ-03 contest is Read More

If Ford is right about Kavanaugh? Then the Dems have treated her reprehensibly. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Let’s assume (for the sake of argument) that Ms. Ford was assaulted by Judge Kavanaugh approximately 35-years ago, Save Jerseyans. There isn’t nearly enough evidence to conclude that at this juncture, and I’m dubious as to Read More

POLL: Would Trump or Booker win a head-to-head 2020 race?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Focused on 2018? Okay. So are we. But the Kavanaugh hearings have brought 2020 — and the potential of a Cory Booker presidential candidacy — back into the general political discussion. The Trumpster versus Spartacus? It’s not an Read More