Category: NJ Supreme Court

ROONEY: Transgenderism isn’t science, it’s “politics” and “pandering”

TRENTON, N.J. – Gender dysphoria isn’t in of itself very controversial. The notion that dysphoria dictates reality is. Serious science has never held that sex isn’t “assigned” at birth or simply a state of mind, but New York is moving Read More

Grewal’s activism, judicial controversies inch N.J. closer to electing its AG and judges

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey is unique in a number of different ways (not that you needed me to tell you that). Some ways are good. Some… less so. One notable example (I’ll let you decide whether it’s bad Read More

Middletown Withdraws from Unfair Affordable Housing Proceedings

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – Last week the Middletown Township Committee directed its attorneys to withdraw from court proceedings that commenced in July 2015 to address unrealistic affordable housing obligations imposed upon municipalities throughout New Jersey by the Supreme Court.  On Wednesday, Read More

There’s a new potentially disastrous court decision for Murphy’s sanctuary state experiment

By Matt Rooney _ The fight against Phil Murphy’s Sanctuary State experiment is heating up, Save Jerseyans, with multiple New Jersey counties openly opposing the Administration’s anti-ICE directive and two counties (Sussex and Ocean) now challenging Murphy’s AG Gurbir Grewal Read More

2A NEWS: Garden State’s highest court will consider justifiable need’s constitutionality

TRENTON, N.J. – The constitutionality of “justifiable need,” the bane of law-abiding citizens seeking concealed carry permits in New Jersey, will soon get N.J. Supreme Court treatment. AmmoLand.com has the full story. _ Second Amendment attorney Evan F. Nappen – Read More

If only N.J.’s Supreme Court was as cheap as West Virginia’s! | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ You may’ve heard that our friends and countrymen not-too-far-away in West Virginia are undergoing an interesting and unique political ordeal, Save Jerseyans: the impeachment of four state supreme court justices.  “Unfortunately, as we pursued the evidence, Read More