Category: Port Authority

BRIDGEGATE: Baroni, Kelly submit briefs to SCOTUS

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Attorneys for Bridgegate defendants Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni filed their briefs on Tuesday with the United States Supreme Court.  “Bridgegate is a case of bareknuckle New Jersey politics, not graft,” Baroni’s attorneys argued in their brief. Read More

THE LIST: Honoring New Jersey’s 746 September 11th Victims

By Matt Rooney _ It happened 18-years ago this Wednesday, Save Jerseyans. New Jersey lost 746 residents in the coordinated Al Qaeda attacks on New York City, the Pentagon, and United Airlines Flight 93. – 539 New Jerseyans are forever Read More

Bridgegate defendants Baroni, Kelly see their convictions (mostly) upheld

NEWARK, N.J. — An attempt by Bridgegate co-defendants Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly to escape jail time came up short on Tuesday when a U.S. federal appeals court upheld most of the pair’s convictions stemming from the infamous, politically-motivated 2013 lane 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

Key Christie ally slated to lead the Port Authority

Chris Christie’s influence in regional government will continue after he leaves office in January. Today, the New Jersey governor and Andrew Cuomo of New York announced their agreement to appoint former LD40 GOP state Senator Kevin O’Toole as Chairman of the Read More

BREAKING: Wildstein skates with 3 years of probation, restitution for Bridgagate

It’s official, Save Jerseyans…. For #Bridgegate, David Wildstein got… (1) 3 years of probation, (2) 500 hours community service, and (3) a $10,000 fine. Amazing. — Matt Rooney (@MattRooneyNJ) July 12, 2017 #Bridgegate 3 years probation for david WILDSTEIN plus Read More

David Samson avoids jail in United Airlines bribery scandal

NEWARK–Facing two years in prison for the shakedown of United Airlines in a scheme to get a more convenient direct flight to his South Carolina getaway home, former Port Authority chairman David Samson found a soft landing Monday. Following a Read More