Category: Phil Murphy

VIDEO: Matt Rooney’s Naughty and Nice nominations (N.J. political edition)

By The Staff _ Merry Christmas,Save Jerseyans! In case you missed it this weekend, our founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney joined News 12’s Eric Landskroner for the annual NJ Political Naughty & Nice list reveal along with InsiderNJ’s Jay Lassiter. Read More

The Katie Brennan Testimony Takeaway: Phil Murphy is either oblivious or a liar. Or both?

By Matt Rooney _ Katie Brennan’s Tuesday testimony before a legislative committee didn’t add anything seismic or game-changing to the Alvarez scandal timeline, Save Jerseyans, but the well-spoken, credible young woman testified flawlessly and undoubtedly sent chills through the ranks Read More

Murphy nabs a national post (and risks repeating a key Christie mistake)

By Matt Rooney _ Where have we seen this movie before, Save Jerseyans? Of course, former Governor Chris Christie didn’t start checking out until later in 2011, about two years into his first term, when (1) it became clear that legislative redistricting Read More

Honeywell is abandoning Phil Murphy’s ‘progressive’ New Jersey nightmare

Honeywell headquarters in Morris Plains, New Jersey Photo Credit: David Joseph Photography

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. — Honeywell is ranked #77 on the Fortune 500 list of this country’s largest U.S.-based corporations. Soon? Honeywell will no longer be New Jersey-based. The news broke on Thursday that the industrial giant, kept inside New Jersey Read More

LET THEM EAT SNOW? Murphy reportedly ate at an expensive restaurant during the #snowmess

By The Staff _ That’s according to the The Bergen Record which reported that Governor Phil Murphy and his wife, Tammy Murphy, ate at a ‘swanky’ restaurant (“Nicholas“) in Middletown last Thursday during the approximate 8-to-9 o’clock hour time frame that evening. During Read More

Murphy can’t handle snow but he’s celebrating free lawyers for illegals

TRENTON, N.J. — Even as calls for investigations into the administration continued on Monday, Governor Phil Murphy continued to prioritize a far-left ‘progressive’ agenda over the basic functions of government. On Monday the New Jersey Department of the Treasury formally announced Read More