Category: Cultural Issues

ROONEY: 7-2 Colorado baker ruling sets stage for future, broader ruling

TRENTON, N.J. — Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Colorado baker case was “narrow” but could portend major future movement on the First Amendment front. On Monday, Save Jersey Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney joined the Fox29/My9 Chasing News A+ Panel to look ahead: – –

This N.J. anti-Trump group hosted its ‘flip the House’ event at… a church?

By Matt Rooney _ FYI, Save Jerseyans: If you’re not familiar with it, BlueWaveNJ based in Montclair, New Jersey is another far-left group which organizes to elect Democrat candidates and defeat Republican incumbents. They’re a dime a dozen these days.  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

NJ-11: Carroll says DeNeufville should apologize for anti-Webber mailer

CHATHAM, N.J. — Peter DeNeufville is the wild card in next Tuesday’s NJ-11 Republican primary contest. He doesn’t have the name recognition or grassroots muscle of Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26). He doesn’t have the establishment support or two county lines (Passaic Read More

NJ-11: Susan B. Anthony List backs Webber as replacement for “pro-abortion” Frelinghuysen

WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) endorsed Jay Webber in New Jersey’s 11th congressional district primary on Thursday. The well-known national organization also drew a strong contrast between Webber, a GOP Assembylman, and the outgoing Republican congressman whom Read More

Murphy conditionally vetoes Hollywood tax credit; calls for urban N.J. reality TV show?

TRENTON, N.J. — A multi-million dollar tax credit package purportedly designed to generate film industry activity in New Jersey, passed both houses of the Democrat-controlled state legislature on April 12th, was vetoed by Governor Phil Murphy on Wednesday. Click here to view Read More

Anti-Pot group targets Phil Murphy with Memorial Day Weekend Jersey Shore banner

ISLAND BEACH STATE PARK, N.J. — Beachgoers at one of the Jersey Shore’s iconic destinations were treated to an anti-marijuana message this Memorial Day Weekend. On Saturday, New Jersey Responsible Approaches to Marijuana Policy (NJ-RAMP) sponsored the following airplane-pulled banner Read More