Camden, Newark make “Murder Capitals of America” list

NEWARK, NJ — Better? Maybe, but still pretty bad. The real estate analytics company NeighborhoodScout has released a list of the 30 U.S. cities with a dubious distinction: the most murders per 1,000 Continue Reading

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Small town N.J. mayor lands a prime spot for watching the #EaglesParade

Republican Sam Morris, the mayor of Morris County’s 3,600-strong Mine Hill Township, is a die hard Philadelphia Eagles fan. He’ll get to cheer for his team at today’s Eagles Parade in Continue Reading

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NJ-11 UPDATES: Pennacchio drops out, Webber drops endorsements

There were two major developments in today’s NJ-11 primary race, Save Jerseyans. (1) State Senator Joe Pennacchio (R-26) passed on entering the contest. (2) His district mate, Jay Webber (R-26), Continue Reading

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Breaking down the shadow primary to replace Frelinghuysen in NJ-11 (as of this morning)

Things can change quickly in a race that’s as wide open and late-forming as this year’s New Jersey 11th Congressional District Republican primary. Very quickly. I know you’re all interested Continue Reading

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NJ-05 PRIMARY: McCann joins Lonegan on NRCC ‘Young Guns’ list

Both GOP primary candidates in New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District can now boast a coveted designation on their respective roads to the nomination. On Monday, attorney and former Cresskill Councilman John Continue Reading

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NJ-05 UPDATE: Schepisi will endorse Lonegan while Rogers pledges support for McCann

Holly Schepisi, once considered a possible contender for the NJ-05 GOP congressional nomination herself, is ready to endorse Steve Lonegan in this year’s Republican primary. Save Jersey confirmed today’s rumor Continue Reading

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VIDEO: Murphy marches in Morristown, compares Trump to Lord Voldemort

Surprising? Hardly, but today’s Morristown Women’s March quickly mutated into a giant NJ-11 Democrat rally, Save Jerseyans, as scores of far-left activists heard from leading Democrat coalition leaders and collectively Continue Reading

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26-year-old Di Piazza embraces role as Paramus’s new taxpayer watchdog

Newly-minted Republican Councilman Chris Di Piazza is wasting no time in getting to work to improve Paramus. In his first business meeting on the Paramus Council, the 26-year-old Di Piazza Continue Reading

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AWKWARD: NJ-05 Democrat concedes that Gottheimer’s property tax charity scheme isn’t legal

Congressman Josh Gottheimer‘s goofy plan to make the IRS treat property tax payments like charitable deductions is… well, it’s goofy. We’ve explained “why” at great length. “It’s one of the Continue Reading

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ROONEY RANTS: Amazon tax credits represent everything that’s wrong with N.J. government

It’s a sorry pass when the only way to get anyone to do business in your state is to effectively bribe them across the bridges and tunnels, Save Jerseyans. What I’ve Continue Reading

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NJ-05: Rivals McCann, Lonegan both push back against Gottheimer and Murphy’s high tax apathy

NJ-05 rivals for the Republican congressional nomination John McCann and Steve Lonegan are gearing up for a tough primary season, Save Jerseyans, but the opposing candidates agree on quite a Continue Reading

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Di Piazza takes the oath, gives Republicans hope in Paramus

Most North Jerseyans  know Paramus only as the retail capital of New Jersey, but the town of 25,000 is a key political town in the state’s most populous county. Won Continue Reading

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