I’m not sure how we’ll be able to tell the difference, Save Jerseyans, but it looks like the New Jersey Democrat Party is about to get a whole lot dumber. NJ.com reports Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D-Baltimore) has been retained Read More
SaveJersey may have a case of the Mondays today but happy birthday to our editor and leader Brian McGovern.
According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll, New Jersey voters are somehow both strongly in favor of two mutually exclusive concepts. Either the 912 people who took part in this survey were not paying attention to the questions at all, or Read More
The only part about this that is great news happens to be the word “almost.” Crisis averted . . . this time. In order to raise some cash, a few departments in the state government thought it would be a Read More
NYT: Christie’s Talk Is Blunt, but Not Always Straight Looks like the New York Times got the paycheck from the DNC. Because Democrats are known for truth.
When NJEA chieftain Barbara Keshishian stood on the State House grounds last month and accused Governor Christie of instigating a “civil war” between members of New Jersey’s middle class, we here at The Save Jersey Blog couldn’t help but have Read More
Yesterday Senator Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) was on Varney & Company, a morning show on the Fox Business Network hosted by Fox News resident British guy, Stuart Varney. Kyrillos was on the show to talk about the 17 SCAT drivers from Monmouth Read More
You’d think the Dems would learn that Crime Doesn’t Pay right? Middlesex County Democratic Chairman Joseph Spicuzzo turns himself in to face corruption charges Middlesex County Democratic Chairman Joseph Spicuzzo, a veteran politician who served as sheriff for 30 years, Read More
Former 6th Congressional District Republican nominee Anna Little has been retweeting Save Jersey posts quite a bit lately. It has been greatly appreciated by the Save Jersey team, but I would be lying if I said I was sure where Read More