Category: NJEA

The NJEA controls New Jersey’s governor. Could this SCOTUS case save us?

By Matt Rooney _ You probably missed it with all of the OTHER noise out there in this worlds of ours, Save Jerseyans, but on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Janus v AFSCME. At stake? Everything. Specifically, whether Read More

OPINION: It’s Time to Stand Up to the NJEA

New Jersey doesn’t fare well in a new ranking of states’ fiscal health, but you probably guessed that. According to the analysis by the Pew Charitable Trusts, New Jersey is dead last when it comes to paying its annual bills. The Read More

Annual NJEA Convention will feature an “Overcoming the Trump Effect” anti-bullying seminar

The annual teacher’s convention is right around the corner, Save Jerseyans, and the New Jersey (Mis)Education Association (NJEA) is up to its old indoctrinating ways. One of this year’s scheduled seminars? “Overcoming the Trump Effect: How to Address Bullying Today” Read More

NJEA PAC Announces Its Picks for 2017 Legislative Races

Its influence both symbolic and real, the New Jersey Education Association’s PAC this weekend finalized the last of the powerful union’s political endorsements for the November legislative races – with some notable picks and some notable omissions. Overall, the endorsements Read More

NJEA Ready to Side with a Republican to Beat Sweeney in LD3?

It’s entirely possible, Save Jerseyans. “We’re looking for a new governor and a new Senate president,” shared in an interview. Check out the full story on for more background. The Democrat Senate President’s rock relationship with New Jersey’s most powerful Read More

OPINION: N.J. GOP Can’t ‘Out-Reasonable’ Democrats on School Funding (and Shouldn’t Try)

GOP Assembly Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) took up the cause of his ally, Chris Christie, earlier this week, writing to Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson) after Tuesday’s State Budge Address to implore the majority party to come up with a new school funding formula in the Read More