Category: Business News

N.J. saw 155,454 new unemployment claims last week

By Matt Rooney _ The strongest job market in a generation is officially over, Save Jerseyans. On Thursday, the New Jersey Department of Labor released awful new employment data; among the eyebrow-raising revelations was the 155,454 initial unemployment claims (not Read More

Angry Murphy instructs New Jerseyans to rat out fellow residents defying his executive order

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy sees little or no chance of an easing up on his draconian, slapdash “stay at home” restrictions by Easter, the date by which President Trump said this week he would like to see Read More

Top Murphy adviser goes into Twitter meltdown over Save Jersey scrutiny: “Sit down child”

By Matt Rooney _ The Murphy Administration is cracking under the weight of its own incompetence AND slowly-building criticism of the Governor’s deeply flawed pandemic response, Save Jerseyans. How do I know? Exhibit A… – …one of Murphy “senior advisers” Read More

Democrat Congressman defends pork-stuffed COVID-19 wish list: “plenty of common sense”

TRENTON, N.J. – Stubborn? Arrogant? Shameless? A little of all three? New Jersey House Democrats backed a Wuhan Coronavirus legislative pork spending spree this week, one which has very little to do with actually combating the pandemic and which also Read More

Booker: Let’s use COVID-19 crisis to push Leftist priorities, ‘environmental concerns’

By Matt Rooney _ Senate Democrats blocked a COVID-19 GOP stimulus package over the weekend; the espoused rationale (“it doesn’t do enough for workers”) was right out of the Democrats’ use-worn class warfare playbook. Spartacus aka Gropacus aka Cory Booker Read More

Hey Phil Murphy: Tell us what’s going to be open, closed! Now!

By The Staff _ Governor Phil Murphy is teasing a likely statewide closure of “non-essential” New Jersey businesses. He’s not giving too many other details, and the uncertainty is complicating an already confused situation.  Save Jersey Founder Matt Rooney thinks Read More

Price Gouging or Supply and Demand? | Spadea

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ We continue to hear the stories about so-called “price gouging” and the hostility exhibited toward the offender, especially from the many so-called journalists in the news media. Of course as Read More

Support builds for N.J. tax holiday to combat COVID-19 economic downturn

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey’s economy was one of America’s least-robust before COVID-19 hit the nation’s shores. Now some members of the legislature are pushing to incentivize economic activity – or at least less the blow of a major drop Read More