Category: Business News

Trenton’s next overreach: ‘restrictive scheduling’ regulations for your employer

By Matt Rooney _ It almost seems like a bad joke but it’s very, very real, Save Jerseyans. It’s also proof that the line between “progressivism” and full-blown socialism/communism is extremely blurry and often illusory. I’m referring to the latest Read More

Eliminating homework and 5 other ways to fix our outdated, broken education system | Pezzullo

By Rich Pezzullo _ Tell me anything that took 12 years to accomplish in 1960 that takes that long today? Hmm Education of a useful productive adult human? Politicians touting free college are trying to make the case that now Read More

15,000 Jobs On The Line If Congress Doesn’t Act | Spadea

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ NAFTA is gone. And for many of us who saw cheap wages from our neighbors hurting American manufacturing, it’s good riddance. President Trump is making good on his promise to Read More

What CEOs know but Murphy doesn’t | Wirths

By Assemblyman Hal Wirths _ Gov. Murphy penned an editorial this past Sunday in the Star-Ledger celebrating the Business Roundtable, a group comprised of CEOs of the nation’s major companies, after they changed their mission statement to focus on the betterment of Read More

Fact-checking Cory Booker’s Labor Day wage growth claim

By Matt Rooney _ Cory Booker devoted his Labor Day 2019 to a Time guest op-ed in which the junior New Jersey senator sanctimoniously complains about U.S. wage growth (among other economic issues). “The President likes to tweet about stock Read More

Retail epicenter Paramus embraces N.J. plastic bag ban fad

PARAMUS, N.J. – Banning plastic products is all the rage right now in New Jersey. Jersey City and Hoboken have enacted bans. Now Paramus – the Bergen County retail epicenter which posts $6 billion in retail sales annually – is Read More