Category: U.S. Senate

WATER CRISIS: Potential Booker 2020 opponent tells Newark he’ll help probe corruption during Booker’s tenure

NEWARK, N.J. – The long process of replacing Newark’s lead-producing water lines is finally underway, but the core problems in city government which brought about the crisis remain unaddressed. Chief among those antecedents: rampant corruption which was in full-swing under Read More

Whistleblower attorney wants to challenge Booker in 2020’s U.S. Senate contest

TRENTON, N.J. – Stuart Meissner plans to take on Cory Booker in next year’s U.S. Senate contest. An ex-prosecutor with the Manhattan District Attorney and later New York Attorney General’s Office, Meissner gained national prominence in private practice as a Read More

Menendez redeclares war on beach umbrellas

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Bob Menendez is once again banging the drum for beach umbrella safety awareness.  The once-indicted Menendez visited Manasquan on Monday to demand increased regulation for umbrellas used by the nation’s beach-going public every summer. Beach Read More

5 ways to ‘drain the swamp’ once and for all (OPINION)

By Dale Glading _ It’s Not Rocket Science! Full disclosure: I have never held political office nor have I ever worked inside the Washington Beltway, so my proposed remedies for fixing the problems with our federal government may sound overly Read More

Green New Deal fails in Senate without a single ‘yea’ vote; Booker and Menendez vote ‘present’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s far-left ‘Green New Deal’ failed a U.S. Senate cloture vote on Tuesday evening without a single “yea” vote. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez of New Jersey both voted “present” as did all but three Democrats Read More

Menendez spends shutdown partying with lobbyists, ‘Hamilton’ cast in Puerto Rico

WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump remained in D.C. this weekend as the federal government’s partial shutdown became the longest in U.S. history. The Trumpster indicated his willingness to continue talks over the border wall funding impasse. At least 30 Read More