Category: Camden City

Video sheds new light on former Democrat Assemblyman’s simple assault arrest

CAMDEN, N.J. — Arthur Barclay, a state assemblyman until last month, resigned from the New Jersey legislature after an alleged June 7th simple assault related to a domestic violence incident. On Wednesday, released body cam footage — published by  TAPinto Camden Read More

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 residents. Camden ranks #3; Newark is #15. The notoriously crime-ridden Read More

Georgetown/MSNBC commentator: Camden, N.J. spends too much on police, not enough on schools

The Left’s anti-police rhetoric has reached a fever pitch ever since the domestic terrorist group “Black Lives Matter” entered the conversation, Save Jerseyans. We’re all familiar with the rhetoric: Cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, and Newark would be peaceful, prosperous, Read More

VIDEO: Rooney Rides Along with ‘Chasing’ to Discuss Controversial Light Rail Project

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Now that gas tax legislation has passed the N.J. legislature, taxpayers and motorists are going to pay for a number of new projects including at least two proposed light rail projects; one Read More

Sweeney’s A.C. takeover will end as well as McGreevey’s Camden adventure

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Government is the one place where institutional failure is “solved” by the institution demanding more power for itself. Normal person puts his or her hand on a stove and gets burned? It’s a one-time mistake. Trenton Read More

Judge blocks Machine-backed EMS law

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog S2980A/A4526 – signed into law by Governor Chris Christie back in July after it passed the legislature with bipartisan support – grants “hospitals which are designated Level 1 trauma centers the exclusive authority to provide advance Read More

Camden GOP’s unusual Christie event protest highlights statewide dilemma

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s been a strange cycle in more ways than one, Save Jerseyans. For starters, we don’t ordinarily have Assembly members atop the November ballot. Turnout, for that reason and others, is expected Read More

Camden GOP mocks Machine’s “decades-long quest to build a new towering Tammany Hall”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The Christie-Norcross alliance remains a hallmark of the first named partner’s gubernatorial administration, Save Jerseyans, but as the Republican Governor’s popularity has waned, his party’s Camden cadet branch has increasingly struck out Read More