Category: Women

Burlco GOP follows Steinhardt’s lead, prohibits NDAs for county-backed campaigns

MT. HOLLY, N.J. – The Burlington County Republican Party is responding affirmatively to NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt’s call to ban non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) on all state Republican campaigns. “Female candidates, party leaders, campaign staff and volunteers make our party better Read More

Steinhardt embarrasses Murphy by demanding NDA prohibition for all NJGOP campaigns, orgs

TRENTON, N.J. – It’s a major embarrassment for the Murphy Administration after having defended its transition practice of making female employees sign non-disclosure agreements. On Friday, NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt emailed Republican county chairmen and laid down the law: if Read More

O’Scanlon scolds Murphy for “astounding” response to sexual harassment report

HOLMDEL, N.J. – This week, Governor Phil Murphy opined that he found a widely-discussed NJ.com report on sexual harassment in the New Jersey governmental and political sectors to be “shocking,” a curious reaction which drew disbelief from anyone familiar with Read More

Save Jersey’s 2020 Right Women to Watch List

By Erica L. Jedynak _ It is no secret that New Jersey has its public policy and electoral challenges. There are countless accomplished women on the right, often unrecognized, who are diligently working to transform our state for the better Read More

Attacking Bramnick for representing criminal defendants is un-American | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey Democrats think they have Jon Bramnick’s number in this year’s LD21 Assembly contest. An old school Northeastern-type GOP’er, he’s unpopular with many Republican foot soldiers as of late for vocally criticizing Donald Trump; his Read More

ROONEY: Miss America’s departure proves tax dollar giveaways can’t save A.C.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The Miss America Pageant pocketed $12 million over three years courtesy of New Jersey taxpayers. Now the pageant which was born in Atlantic City is leaving (again), this time for Connecticut. Save Jersey‘s Matt Rooney was Read More