Category: Judiciary

N.J. Supreme Court: Gun applicants are entitled to a hearing before courts deny their permit

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey legal gun owners scored a rare victory this week courtesy of the left-leaning state supreme court. On Tuesday, the high court issued an opinion in In Re Application for Permit to Carry a Handgun of Read More

Should Booker recuse himself from the impeachment trial?

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tuesday’s late night on Capitol Hill spilled into Wednesday morning as U.S. Senators, House manager and the White House legal team vigorously debated impeachment rule-related amendments; Chief Justice John Roberts (who is overseeing the historic trial) reprimanded Read More

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