Category: Ethics

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

REPORT: State terminates 30 SDA employees

TRENTON, N.J. – The Murphy Administration’s chronic hiring problems took another turn on Tuesday when 30 School Development Authority (SDA) employees were terminated. 27 of the 30 individuals were reportedly hired by former CEO Lizette Delgado-Polanco who resigned this spring Read More

REPORT: GOP’s DiMaso cleared as ethics complaint dismissed

HOLMDEL, N.J. – Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-13) is in the clear. On Tuesday, the New Jersey Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards decided that an ethics complaint filed by fellow Monmouth County legislators Eric Houghtaling (D-11) and Joann Downey (D-11) Read More

Murphy donates to radicals who sue N.J. and drive property tax hikes. His LG’s defense: Trump!

By Matt Rooney _ Whether Phil Murphy violated ethical canons by intervening in the troubles consuming his soccer team remains an open question, Save Jerseyans. It was only one scandal of many hitting the Democrat’s administration at the pivot point Read More

NJGOP Chairman: Democrat leadership’s “comfort with corruption is frightening”

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Democrat leaders including Murphy, Menendez, and Booker are converging as we speak in Atlantic City to trash Republicans and promote their radical agenda. But tax burdens and NJ Transit woes, while angering, are not what so many Read More

Hugin pounces after Menendez’s buddy Melgen fails to land a new trial

MOUNTAINSIDE, N.J. — The worst criminal in the history of U.S. medicare fraud happens to be Senator Bob Menendez’s good buddy.  Today, that criminal (Salomon Melgen) was denied bail and a new trial as he awaits the outcome of an appeal. Read More

Assemblyman seeks investigation of Murphy Administration’s budget tactics

DePhillips says Murphy’s office may’ve coordinated with outside groups to lobby his e-mail box TRENTON, N.J. — Did the Murphy Administration use state resources to coordinate with the New Jersey Democratic State Committee and special interest groups? All with the Read More

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