Category: sequester

MacArthur Praises Trump’s Planned Military Buildup

President Donald Trump called for a $54 billion increase in federal military spending in Tuesday’s State of the Union-like address, Save Jerseyans, and one of New Jersey’s Congressman is happy for it. “I’m glad the President is committed to restoring Read More

Lance Defends Ryan Amid Budget Flap

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ07) offered an assist to Paul Ryan and his Capitol Hill team on Thursday evening, Save Jerseyans, as elements of the D.C. conservative class loudly decried what they view as a Read More

Apocalypse Now. Reform Never?

Every “Crisis” – Real or Invented – Brings Us No Closer to Addressing the Real Problem By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The Sun did rise last Friday notwithstanding apocalyptic sequestration predictions from the Left, Save Jerseyans. I saw it. You did too, I Read More

Christie Takes Dig at Obama

GOP Governor Criticizes Washington Leadership During Sequestration Fight By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Christie weighed in on the sequester “crisis” again today, Save Jerseyans, and his comments appeared to be a not-so-thinly-veiled swipe at President Obama’s leadership. At least Read More

The Real Crisis

Team Obama Hopes Sequestration Mania Will Distract Public From More Horrific Economic News By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Sequestration is all everyone’s talking about today, Save Jerseyans. It’s boorish! And you’re probably bored. I am. But it’s also more than Read More

Sequester Happens, Sun Rises

Will Obama’s Latest “Cry Wolf” Routine Awaken Any Deluded Voters? It’s Possible. By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Our contributor Dale Glading certainly wasn’t wrong yesterday when he observed “[i]t now seems that the only way to prevent Congress from spending Read More

Shame On YOU, Sir

Major Party Leaders Fail the American People in Sequester Slap Fight and Obama Sure Isn’t Helping Matters… By Kristen Luciani | The Save Jersey Blog The caustic interactions among Capitol Hill Republicans and Democrats are becoming more and more characteristic of a dysfunctional Read More