Category: Thanksgiving

“They are the gracious gifts of the Most High God”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Happy Thanksgiving, Save Jerseyans. The first truly national Thanksgiving as we know it today (various governors and presidents including Washington had issues such declarations going back to the 1600s) emerged during a time Read More

NEW STUDY: Scrooge-like taxes turning New Jersey into a humbug state for charities

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A new study released ahead of Thanksgiving 2015 suggests the answer is ‘yes,’ Save Jerseyans. Most of you won’t be surprised by what follows. It’s already settled science that New Jersey Democrat Read More

MacArthurs celebrate wedding anniversary at People’s Pantry

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Thanksgiving week is officially underway, Save Jerseyans, and while football, turkey, and shopping will soon occupy everyone’s minds, many of you will remember that it’s our first duty – forever and always – Read More

How Capitalism Saved the Pilgrims (After Socialism Nearly Wiped Them Out)

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Every Thanksgiving week, Save Jerseyans, I like to repost Rush Limbaugh’s explanation of how capitalism saved the Pilgrim’s Plymouth Colony… after socialism nearly killed each and every last one of them. The mythologized Read More

The Real History of Thanksgiving

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog School-age children can’t be blamed for thinking the Thanksgiving holiday came about when gracious, noble Native Americans saved a gaggle of stupid, fanatically-religious Europeans from starving. Here’s how the first Thanksgiving really went down: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lslqtUMwDxA Read More

Barack Almighty

President Barack Obama’s 11-paragraph Thanksgiving 2012 address contained a lot of stuffing, Save Jersey. Unfortunately, our Turkey-in-Chief couldn’t be bothered with a single mention of the Almighty: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STsr9_VvzNA The same glaring omission marked his 9/11/12 proclamation, too. Remember, folks: our Read More