Category: Ethics

In the N.J. Senate battle over drug pricing? Bob Menendez is unarmed.

By Matt Rooney _ Bob Menendez may be on record as ‘saddened’ by the lengthy prison term facing his long-time friend and donor Salomon Melgen, Save Jerseyans, but should anyone be? More to the point: where does Menendez of all people get off Read More

N.J. Republicans hope to help ethically-challenged Bob Menendez drag down his ticket

LINWOOD, N.J. — NJ-02 Republican candidate Hirsh Singh is the front runner in the primary to replace fellow Republican Frank LoBiondo who’s retiring in Congress this year. His presumptive Democrat opponent is Jeff Van Drew. But it’s not Van Drew, an incumbent state Read More

BREAKING: Menendez ‘Severely’ Admonished By U.S. Senate’s Select Committee On Ethics

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bob Menendez may have escaped criminal consequences for his shady behavior concerning a former donor and friend, but on Thursday, the U.S. Senate’s Select Committee On Ethics issued a formal admonition. “The Committee has determined that this Read More

VIDEO: Former Clinton Finance Team Member Tells Local N.J. Police To “Shut The F— Up!’

TENAFLY, N.J. — Caren Z. Turner left her job after an embarrassing roadside display, Save Jerseyans, and now we have the video.  The newly-former NY/NJ Port Authority Commissioner reportedly showed up during a March 2018 routine traffic stop involving her Read More

The NJGOP Says This Democrat House Hopeful’s Radical Allies May Be Skirting N.J. Election Law

TRENTON, N.J. — Democrat Andy Kim (D, NJ-03) is having a rougher start to spring than winter-wearing New Jerseyans grappling with snow storm damage and power outages.  On Friday, New Jersey Republican State Committee (NJGOP) Chairman and Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli attorney Doug Steinhardt Read More

N.J. Senator demands clarification on missing $33 million ahead of hearing on Murphy’s treasurer

TRENTON, N.J. — The Murphy Administration is looking to exponentially boost New Jersey government’s spending, Save Jerseyans, but it’s nominee for State Treasurer may have done a less than stellar job as a steward of taxpayer dollars in her former Read More

Judge rejects Menendez request to toss bribery charges

NEWARK — A federal judge on Monday refused to throw out any of the 18 criminal counts against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and Florida ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen, clearing the way for the pair’s bribery trial to enter the defense phase.

OPINION: New Jersey taxpayers can’t afford Sheila Oliver

It is unjustifiable to ever use public money in the democratic election process. That is why, in 2007, our State Senate and Assembly unanimously approved bill S222 designed to bar donations from public institutions the legislation to then-Governor Corzine for Read More