Category: Central Jersey

ANALYSIS: Trenton is America’s 30th ‘Worst’ City

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey’s inability to retain residents is common knowledge in all 50 states. What’s perhaps less well-known is the plight of its capital city. According to the website 24/7 Wall Street — which examined U.S. cities according Read More

OPINION: Murphy’s New Gun Laws Will Set Back Mental Health, Do Nothing To Stop Trenton Violence

By Steven J. Uccio _ Last Wednesday, Governor Phil Murphy signed six new bills pertaining to firearms into law.  Some are more impactful than others.  The law pertaining to “armor piercing” rounds may be redundant and the one banning private Read More

Murphy quotes scripture, blames feds after mass shooting in heavily-regulated New Jersey’s capital

TRENTON, N.J. — Yes, Phil Murphy just signed six new gun control measures into law, further soldifying the Garden State as one of America’s strictest gun control jurisdictions. None of those laws stopped a mass shooting this weekend at a Read More

Middlesex County’s GOP Chairwoman ‘stands with Roseanne’

Photo credit: Rhoda Chodosh

OLD BRIDGE, N.J. — The top Republican in one of New Jersey’s most populous counties says she will “stand with Roseanne” following the ABC network star’s canning after making disparaging comments about a former Obama adviser. “Unfortunately, consequences for foolish Read More

N.J. GOP Leaders Gather For Inaugural Rick Rosenberg Memorial Event

SOUTH RIVER, N.J. — Prolific millennial Republican campaign consultant Rick Rosenberg shocked and saddened New Jersey political circles with his sudden and unexpected passing in June 2017. Almost one year later, Rick’s former friend and allies gathered at the Ria Read More

Election 2018: Kipnis Blasts Watson Coleman On School Violence Legislation Vote

Attorney Daryl Kipnis is running for the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman. Photo: Kipnis campaign. A potential Republican challenger to U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman is attacking her for a recent vote on school safety legislation.

#NJSEN Update: Hugin locks up another county endorsement

By The Staff _ GOP U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin locked up his eleventh county endorsements on Wednesday night, securing the back of Camden Republicans.  “Bob Hugin will be a Senator that all New Jerseyans can be proud of,” said Read More

Newark, Middlesex given until December 8th to comply with federal immigration law

It remains to be seen whether federal courts intervene, Save Jerseyans, but two New Jersey jurisdictions could face stiff consequences this holiday season if they persist in refusing to comply with federal immigration laws. Last week, the Department of Justice Read More