Category: Big Government

Bateman: “Folks aren’t going to keel over dead” from eating homemade cupcakes

TRENTON, N.J. – Nothing’s changed. New Jersey is still America’s only state barring the sale of homemade baked goods, and even the New York Times is paying attention.  Bipartisan legislation to end the ban can’t get through the Democrat-controlled State Read More

5.4 million N.J. families’ health insurance will be ILLEGAL if Bernie, Warren (or Booker) win the presidency

By Matt Rooney _ I could go on, and on, and on about the clown car train wreck on acid that was Tuesday’s night (round 1) of the second 2020 Democrat primary debate, Save Jerseyans, but what would be the Read More

Menendez redeclares war on beach umbrellas

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Bob Menendez is once again banging the drum for beach umbrella safety awareness.  The once-indicted Menendez visited Manasquan on Monday to demand increased regulation for umbrellas used by the nation’s beach-going public every summer. Beach Read More

WHY YOUR TAXES STINK: N.J. public worker benefits cost 50% more than the national average

MORRISTOWN, NJ – There are a host of reasons why New Jersey residents property taxes are among the country’s worst. Chief among them: sky-high public worker retirement and benefit costs. Anyone paying attention knows that. What even fewer people understand Read More

ROONEY: “I don’t know why” Toms River cares about residents renting out their pools

TOMS RIVER, N.J. – Toms River homeowners are using the new Swimply app – an Airbnb-like technology – to rent their home pools to neighbors who need a cool break from the summer heat. But some locals and officials in Read More

Following firings, N.J. lawmakers push legislation to dissolve the SDA patronage pit

TRENTON, N.J. – The Schools Development Authority (SDA) was back in the news this week when 30 employees were terminated, 27 of which were reportedly connected to the notorious authority’s disgraced former CEO.  Some believe the authority has out-lived its usefulness. Read More

Middletown Withdraws from Unfair Affordable Housing Proceedings

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – Last week the Middletown Township Committee directed its attorneys to withdraw from court proceedings that commenced in July 2015 to address unrealistic affordable housing obligations imposed upon municipalities throughout New Jersey by the Supreme Court.  On Wednesday, Read More

Auth: If you break down in N.J.? You should be allowed to a hire a private tow.

By Bob Auth _ When you purchase an automobile roadside assistance insurance policy you should have an expectation of being able to use it when needed for towing and repair. At first glance you’re probably thinking… “Those rotten insurance companies, Read More