Category: U.S. Senate

NJGOP Chairman: Democrat leadership’s “comfort with corruption is frightening”

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Democrat leaders including Murphy, Menendez, and Booker are converging as we speak in Atlantic City to trash Republicans and promote their radical agenda. But tax burdens and NJ Transit woes, while angering, are not what so many Read More

Watchdog group files ethics complaint against Booker a/k/a “Spartacus”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The blow-back from Cory Booker’s ‘Spartacus’ routine at last week’s Kavanaugh confirmation hearings is still underway, Save Jerseyans. On Wednesday, the nationally-known watchdog group ‘Judicial Watch’ hand-delivered a letter to both the chairman and co-chairman of the U.S. Senate Select Committee Read More

#NJSEN: Hugin peels off another Democrat endorsement

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – A former NJ-11 Democrat nominee (who endorsed Jay Webber earlier this cycle) is doubling-down on his independent streak and endorsing Republican Bob Hugin over the severely-admonished Bob Menendez for U.S. Senate. “Bob Hugin is a refreshing antidote to Read More

WSJ Reporter: Booker accused me of ‘violating the Constitution’ by asking him a question

WASHINGTON, DC – Cory Booker’s day keeps getting stranger, Save Jerseyans. It started with a dramatic performance in committee. Did it end with an unhinged threat directed at a reporter? After a shockingly embarrassing performance at Thursday’s Kavanaugh confirmation hearing, Read More

Unhinged Booker is embarrassing N.J., all to launch his presidential quest | Rooney

WASHINGTON, DC — In a stunt designed to buoy his nascent, shadow presidential campaign, Save Jerseyans, an increasingly unhinged U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-Twitter) said he was prepared to break U.S. Senate rules by releasing ‘committee confidential’ documents on Judge Read More

Clinton will campaign for Menendez, her old buddy and cash-for-favors collaborator.

By Matt Rooney _ Bob Menendez and Hillary Clinton go “way back” as the expression goes, Save Jerseyans. They served together in Congress. Then he was national co-chair of Clinton’s failed 2008 primary campaign. “Bob and I have worked side-by-side to Read More