Category: Spending

Vote ‘No’ on N.J. Ballot Question #1, Trenton’s latest recklessly expensive abomination | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Study after study (most of which we share here at Save Jersey) confirm our state’s terrible fiscal condition, Save Jerseyans. It’s certainly not for lack of high-earners; on that front, we remain one of the wealthiest Read More

Back to the Chalkboard: A Look at School Funding & Property Taxes | Neibart

By Sarah Neibart _ As New Jersey students return to school, it is paramount that we continue the conversation on two of the biggest issues facing our State: the costs of education and property taxes. The two go hand-in-hand, and Read More

If only N.J.’s Supreme Court was as cheap as West Virginia’s! | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ You may’ve heard that our friends and countrymen not-too-far-away in West Virginia are undergoing an interesting and unique political ordeal, Save Jerseyans: the impeachment of four state supreme court justices.  “Unfortunately, as we pursued the evidence, Read More

Stop referring to Murphy’s plan as “free” tuition; N.J. taxpayers will foot the bill! | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _  The vacationing Governor Phil Murphy’s plan for “free tuition” at New Jersey community colleges isn’t new, Save Jerseyans, but it’s no less terrible than when the idea first cropped up last fall, during the gubernatorial race. Read More

Op-Ed: N.J. Democrats cannot separate themselves from our far-left governor

By Christopher P. DePhillips _ Democrat politicians continue to talk like they want lower taxes and lower spending, but they write and pass budgets that assault the pocket books of the middle-class by increasing taxes and spending by billions of dollars.  Read More

Monmouth Democrats silent as vote to keep racetrack open during shutdown is tabled

TRENTON, N.J. — Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-13) expressed exasperation on Saturday ahead of a possible state government shutdown after Democrats tabled her proposal to keep New Jersey’s racetrack and casinos, including Monmouth Park, open even if legislators and the governor fail to Read More

Pre-shutdown, Trenton Republicans pitch spending cap and structural reforms

TRENTON, N.J. — As a deadline for a state government shutdown inched closer on Saturday, Senate Republicans decided to pitch some ideas of their own to Governor Phil Murphy in light of the failure of his own party to reach a Read More

What budget crisis? Murphy Administration employees spend big money on redecorating (EXCLUSIVE)

By Matt Rooney _ And you thought Tammy Murphy’s $13,000 door was the whole story? Think again, Save Jerseyans. These are limousine liberals; YOU work to pay for their lifestyles! The First Lady’s spending may have been a part of Read More