Category: Hurricane Sandy

Vietnam Vet’s Medals Lost To Sandy Replaced On Storm’s Sixth Anniversary

By Art Gallagher _ Bernard and Linda Ebner lost their Union Beach home of 47 years and most of their possessions to twelve feet of water during Superstorm Sandy six years ago this week. Among those possession were the medals Read More

This N.J. congressional candidate chose an unfortunate logo for his Jersey Shore campaign

It’s been a rough pre-Christmas week for Andy Kim, Save Jerseyans. The Democrat who hopes to upset U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) next November already embarrassed himself be lying (and politicizing sick children) to score political points.  Next up: the Read More

5 years later, 20% of Sandy victims report they still need therapy

Five years after ‘Superstorm’ Sandy ravaged New Jersey’s Atlantic coast, a new survey confirms that the psychological impact on the fateful hurricane’s survivors was severe and long-lasting. A new report from the Monmouth University Poll’s Superstorm Sandy Panel study found one-fifth (20%) Read More

FACT CHECK: No, There Isn’t Evidence Supporting Climate Change’s Role in Hurricane Sandy

For the second debate in a row last Thursday, Save Jerseyans, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, preemptively positioning herself to the Left in anticipation of a blue state general election contest with Phil Murphy (D-Goldman Sachs), said some things with which Read More

Guadagno Will Launch on Tuesday in Keansburg

Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno filed on Thursday and she’s officially running for Governor, Save Jerseyans, and details regarding her launch event are beginning to trickle out. According to our sources out there in N.J. GOP Land, Guadagno’s formal campaign begins on Read More

MacArthur touts strong Sandy advocacy record in new TV ad

Tom MacArthur emerged as one of the top Sandy watchdogs throughout his first term in office, Save Jerseyans, working closely with impacted residents in the fight against red tape, incompetence and, in some cases, naked corruption in both Trenton and Read More