Category: Gay Marriage

GOP House Challenger decries RNC’s gay marriage position as “a terrible disservice”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog He’s got an uphill challenge ahead of him in gerrymandered NJ-06, Save Jerseyans, but Republican congressional nominee Brent Sonnek-Schmelz (R-Matawan) sees himself as a part of a new wave of Republicans with different Read More

Garrett pushes back against “salacious hit pieces”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Facing an increasing flurry of attacks from Democrats and their allies over his gay marriage position, Congressman Scott Garrett (NJ-05) hit back on Friday in his first direct condemnation of the narrative Read More

That Kentucky clerk jailed over gay marriage licenses? Yeah, she’s a Democrat!

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here’s a fun one to kick-off your long weekend, Save Jerseyans… Hidden at the bottom of NPR’s story on the jailing of Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky clerk who is refusing Read More

OPINION: Tom Moran’s Garrett commentary crossed a line

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog I thought The Star-Ledger didn’t print ad hominem personal attacks, yet Sunday’s nasty hit piece against Rep. Scott Garrett, R-NJ, by Tom Moran certainly qualifies. Disagree with him on policy – fine. Read More

POLL: Is Garrett’s NRCC gay candidate boycott religious expression?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Well, it looks like Scott Garrett’s refusal to help the NRCC because it support gay candidates is a real thing, Save Jerseyans, in part because he hasn’t contradicted it in a full Read More

Schepisi takes to Facebook for contrast with Garrett

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It could be nothing, Save Jerseyans, but when Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi took to Facebook in the hours after Rep. Scott Garrett came under fire for alleged derogatory comments about gay Republican candidates, Read More

Are you sure you want government out of the marriage biz?

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog In the wake of everybody’s nomination for the 52-card-pickup Supreme Court decision of the year (the decade, century, millennium?), Obergefell v. Hodges, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who is in the hunt Read More