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
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Repeated calls for an investigation by Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY) into the firing (and subsequent re-hiring) of the U.S. House of Representatives chaplain elevated a few members’ passions on Capitol Hill this Tuesday, and a New Jersey member Read More
By Matt Rooney _ A lot can change in a week. On Palm Sunday, Jesus of Nazareth entered the holy city of Jerusalem in triumph. Excited crowds lined what were ancient streets even in those far-ago days to hail him Read More
Sweden’s prime minister, who criticized President Trump last year for blaming Swedish violence on Muslim refugees, said Tuesday that he’s cracking down on immigration and gang violence to make Sweden great again.
By The Staff _ Governor Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) restored millions of dollars in Planned Parenthood funding last week, providing a new windfall for the Garden State branch of America’s largest abortion provider. Thousands of South Jersey Roman Catholics nevertheless got Read More
By The Staff _ Legendary American evangelist Billy Graham – who inspired presidents, monarchs, and millions of ordinary human beings – is dead at 99 years old. RIP – –
TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Ron Dancer (R-Ocean County) thinks New Jersey should allow the state’s thousands of houses of worship to hire armed guards. His legislation (A1695), according to the veteran Republicam legislator’s office, would allow “a church, mosque, or synagogue Read More
My Dear Save Jerseyans: In this frustrating, exhausting, overheated time in which we live? It’s absolutely worth pausing and remembering the fundamental point of Christmas as we begin this long holiday weekend: God loved ALL of you so darn much Read More
A favorite holiday tradition for many Americans each year is watching “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” the animated 1965 short based on the “Peanuts” comics by Charles M. Schulz — a creation that has never faded from popularity.