Category: September 11th

Never Forget: New Jersey’s 746 September 11th Victims

16-years ago, New Jersey lost 746 of its own when Islamic terrorists attacked New York City, the Pentagon, and United Airlines Flight 93. Brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, cousins, clergymen, coaches, bosses, friends, fiances, mentors, heroes and humanitarians.  All Read More

Local fire chiefs step up to defend Garrett from Zadroga Act smears

They’re hoping something will stick, eventually, if they keep throwing stuff at the wall, Save Jerseyans. It’s not exactly a strong sign of campaign exuding confidence, is it? Nevertheless, after revisiting the SCOTUS-settled gay marriage debate didn’t work, the NJ-05 Read More

Eustace politicizes a tragedy (again) to swipe at Garrett

Politics is omnipresent this time of year, Save Jerseyans, but September 11th is supposed to be the one day that base partisanship takes a backseat. Asm. Tim Eustace (D-38) either doesn’t give a damn or can’t control himself. Neither scenario is flattering Read More

Congressman Chris Smith’s remarks at the Middletown 9-11 Memorial

Congressman Chris Smith and Middletown Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger Everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing-I was in Washington chairing a Veteran’s Affairs Committee hearing-when a group of cowards hijacked airliners in order to perpetrate the worst act Read More

Green Candidate Jill Stein Says She Wouldn’t Have Killed Osama Bin Laden

Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein said she wouldn’t have killed terrorist Osama bin Laden on the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. “I think assassinations … they’re against international law to start with and to that effect, Read More

N.J. legislator wants to mandate 9/11 instruction in every public school curriculum

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog TRENTON, N.J. – As the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks arrives, Save Jerseyans, concern over whether the next generation of voters will learn about one of U.S. history’s most consequential modern dates may Read More