Category: Election 2017

SCHEPISI: Phil Murphy is “crushing” the N.J. Middle Class and pointing fingers

TRENTON, N.J. — Assembly Republicans held a press conference on Thursday to push back against the latest taxes championed by Governor Phil Murphy and the dominant Democrat legislative majority. Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi (R-39) accurately framed the current political and economic situation Read More

Tammy Murphy needs a favor: will you please house one of her hubby’s Sky Blue players?

By Matt Rooney _ I’m going to assume that MOST people reading this are aware of the drama surrounding Phil Murphy’s beleaguered Sky Blue soccer team and the horrendous athlete living conditions (including plastic bags on windows?!?!) which have made Read More

Murphy signs law mandating a LGBT curriculum for every N.J. public school

TRENTON, N.J. — History is a catalog of great deeds performed by great men and women. Should their sexual orientation matter? _ New Jersey’s official (new) position is “yes.” On Friday, Governor Phil Murphy signed new legislation into law which mandates Read More

Rooney joins Dom Giordano to break down $15 min wage, Katie Brennan updates

By The Staff _ New Jersey’s eventful political week included another steps towards a $15 minimum wage and more dramatic developments in the Katie Brennan investigation. On Friday morning, Save Jersey Founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney joined 1210 WPHT radio host Dom Giordano to discuss the Read More

Is Murphy filming campaign-like commercials in the governor’s office?

By Matt Rooney _ First, Governor Phil Murphy politicized the N.J. Attorney General’s Office. Then? Murphy turned the MVC into a voter mill and propaganda agency. Now it appears the Democrat Governor is cutting campaign-like videos promoting his alleged “accomplishments” Read More

Save Jersey’s Rooney offers rebuttal to Murphy’s ‘State of the State’ on 1210 WPHT

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. — Governor Phil Murphy’s first State of the State address was heavy on social justice warrior rhetoric but extremely light on actual plans to make New Jersey affordable. And by “light,” we mean he ignored property tax reform Read More