Spending

The problem isn’t Phil Murphy’s money but rather what he’ll do with ours

The problem isn’t how Murphy spends his own money. The problem is what he intends to do with ours. We should celebrate the success that permits Phil Murphy to reside in a house the size of a county with a property tax bill about five times as high as the state’s average income. And if […]

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MacArthur lauds House budget resolution’s passage for taking “critical steps”

House Republicans took their first definitive steps towards comprehensive tax reform on Thursday, and Rep. Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) agrees that it’s a step in the right direction. “Since first taking office, my number one priority has been growing South Jersey’s economy and creating good-paying jobs for my constituents.  I was pleased to see this […]

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240 million reasons why Christie’s wrong about Guadagno’s worthy audit plan

Our governor made news on Thursday, Save Jerseyans, by throwing cold water on a central plank of Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno’s 2017 campaign platform: the “audit” of Trenton. “I just fundamentally disagree with her on that,” Christie reportedly told POLITICO following an appearance in Manhattan when asked about his second-in-command’s big idea. “It’s not there.” […]

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Murphy, Christie act like they’re playing with Monopoly money

You may not have realized it, Save Jerseyans, but Monday was an exceptionally expensive day in your life as a New Jersey taxpayer. First out of the block, current Governor Chris Christie kicked things off by announcing the latest stage in an ongoing campaign to rehabilitate himself opioid addicts: a brand new $200 million spending […]

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Visualizing Phil Murphy’s Reckless #WarOnMath (and N.J. Taxpayers)

Sometimes a visual speaks far louder than words, Save Jerseyans, and who doesn’t love graphs/charts? So here is a visual representation of the tax/spending plans, to date, of 2018 New Jersey gubernatorial nominee Phil Murphy (D-Goldman Sachs): – That barely noticeable blue column represent the revenues  – $1.3 billion – Phil plans to bring in […]

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Georgetown/MSNBC commentator: Camden, N.J. spends too much on police, not enough on schools

The Left’s anti-police rhetoric has reached a fever pitch ever since the domestic terrorist group “Black Lives Matter” entered the conversation, Save Jerseyans. We’re all familiar with the rhetoric: Cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, and Newark would be peaceful, prosperous, multi-cultural utopias were it not for the racist, evil men and women in blue! That’s what […]

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Why isn’t anyone calling out Phil Murphy for hiding his math?

When you’re in grade school, Save Jerseyans? Learning how to do math? You might “lose points” on your exam for failing to “show your work.” So how the hell is Phil Murphy (D-Goldman Sachs), the 2017 New Jersey Democrat gubernatorial nominee, getting away with hiding his math in this year’s high-stakes gubernatorial election?  It’s a […]

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N.J. state workers will receive retroactive pay from July shutdown

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Chris Christie signed S3422/A18 on Tuesday, amending the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget to give furloughed state employees retroactive salary payments for this July’s shut down. “This bill justly reinstates the pay lost by our hard-working rank and file state workers who were not at fault for the three-day government closure that disrupted […]

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More Bad News: Study finds New Jersey’s fiscal condition is the WORST of all 50 states

The ugly keeps getting uglier, Save Jerseyans, and there’s no let-up in sight. On Tuesday, one week after New Jersey government reopened from a budget impasse-fueled shutdown, the nationally-respected Mercatus Center down at George Mason University released its state fiscal condition rankings and found the glorious Garden State in… dead last place. Trenton should’ve stayed […]

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NEW POLL: 6% Needed Profanity to Express Their Opinion of Christie’s #NJShutdown ‘Beach Day’

The #NJShutdown verdict is in, Save Jerseyans, and it ain’t pretty for Chris Christie (or anyone in Trenton for that matter). Overall, somewhat more people blame him for the recent state shutdown than the legislature according to Monmouth University’s polling apparatus. His personal job approval rating is down to 15%. A full 55% says the state […]

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EXCLUSIVE: N.J. Employees Advised to Apply for Unemployment Benefits Following 3-Day Shutdown

Updated 7/6/27 at 1:51 p.m. New Jersey’s state shutdown lasted for three full days, Save Jerseyans, meaning that most state workers missed one day of work (at most) heading into the July 4th holiday. But guess what? According to our sources on the governmental inside (and they’re everywhere, so good luck hiding from us), some […]

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