Category: George Norcross

Norcross Defends Christie

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Sorry, Senator Weinberg. New Jersey’s most powerful Democrat has a message for his national party and other Dems (like Loretta Weinberg) seeking to make hay out of the NY/NJ Port Authority flap: build a bridge Read More

Norcross Faction Pitches $29M Inky Buyout

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The struggle for control of one of our region’s largest print dailies is progressing to a considerably more intense level of internal warfare, Save Jerseyans. Save Jersey obtained a copy of the following press release Read More

NYT Takes On Norcross

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog America’s preeminent liberal newspaper is picking a fight with New Jersey’s most powerful Democrat, Save Jerseyans. Go figure. The New York Times published a very interesting piece on Sunday which takes a hard look at Read More

Trunk Launches 2nd TV Attack Ad

New GOP Challenger Commercial Slams Sweeney Over Fenimore Landfill, Ethics By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog LD3 GOP Senate Challenger Niki Trunk is taking another crack at Senate President Steve Sweeney in her latest TV spot, Save Jerseyans: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeotX46bBLk Efforts by Read More

Rebellion Behind Machine Lines?

Last Tuesday night, Save Jerseyans, the Camden City school board denied the KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy its application to build a charter school in Camden. The proposal was backed by the Democrat South Jersey powerbroker of the same name and endeavored Read More

Save Rutgers: An Honest Analysis of the Rut-Row Bill

No need for introductions on this post, Save Jerseyans. If you have been following the wild ride that has been the Rut-Row merger, you know what is going on. The first official draft of the Senate bill to “restructure” higher Read More

Save Rutgers: Not Meeting the July 1 Deadline… Unless Lightning Strikes Sweeney Again?

A bit of good news for the anti-merger crowd coming off of what I hope was a relaxing and enjoyable Memorial Day Weekend. We here at Save Jersey have been saying it for literally months, but now the rest of Read More