Category: U.S. Supreme Court

ROONEY: Trenton risks “replicating the problem” if it over-regulates sports betting

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey has finally won its long war to legalize sports betting in the Garden State. But will it lose the peace? Save Jersey founder and editor-in-chief Matt Rooney joined the Chasing News A+ Panel on Monday after the Supreme Court’s Read More

Will legal sports betting help N.J.? I don’t like our odds.

By Matt Rooney _ You can’t have prosperity without freedom, but don’t think for a moment that freedom guarantees prosperity.  On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court aligned itself with common sense and struck down a widely-panned 1992 federal law — Read More

Here’s one thing happening in the collapsing ‘Sanctuary State’ of California that’s worth copying

By Matt Rooney _ Every New Jersey office holder, from local council member on up to the governor, is required to affirm that he or she “will support the Constitution of the United States.” Phil Murphy is now demanding that Read More

The NJEA controls New Jersey’s governor. Could this SCOTUS case save us?

By Matt Rooney _ You probably missed it with all of the OTHER noise out there in this worlds of ours, Save Jerseyans, but on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Janus v AFSCME. At stake? Everything. Specifically, whether Read More

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 2016 campaign too ‘macho’ for Hillary Clinton to win

Hillary Clinton has spent most of her days, post-election, pining about her loss and blaming it on the deplorables who followed President Donald Trump – the so-called sexist, misogynist atmosphere she perceives as marking her race to the White House.

SCOTUS Oral Arguments Suggest That America’s Sports Betting Ban Could Soon End

Have you heard the one about the 12-year-old that walked into a casino and legally placed a sports bet? … ”) during oral arguments last week in the consolidated cases, Christie v. NCAA and New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association v. Read More