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Blow The Trumpet…Warn The People

This bus was spotted in a South Jersey Wawa parking lot this past Friday night. Reminding us all just how close the end of the world really is: 230 days. Let’s go out with a bang and win these mid-term elections. The New York Times is spewing the idea that GOP control of the House […]

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Glenn Beck Praises Christie at Six Flags Rally

This weekend the Tea Party held a rally at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. The rally, only being advertised for a few weeks and having a high cost of entry, was much smaller than those Beck usually headlines. A few thousand Tea Party members attended the event, with the crowd shrinking a bit […]

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Open Thread: Governor Grades

As you saw yesterday in a post by Matt DeLuca, the CATO Institute has released their report card for Gubernatorial fiscal policy. Governor Christie was not included in this assessment because he has not yet been in office for an entire year, but I think you’re all familiar enough to give the grade a shot. […]

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Christie Nominates Haines to the Superior Court

This was a long time coming, but Governor Christie has announced his nomination of Senator Phil Haines (R-Mt. Holly) to the New Jersey Superior Court. You’ll remember that Haines had previously been nominated by Governor Corzine in 2009, but had turned down the job at the time, citing his dissatisfaction with the way that Corzine […]

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Grades are out

Cato has their fiscal policy report card out. Christie isn’t included because he’s been in for less than a year but I think he’d do pretty well if he was “Four governors were awarded an “A” in this report card — Mark Sanford of South Carolina, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota, and […]

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Worst. Ad. Ever.

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) takes the award for 2010. The campaign season (for most people) has barely even really begun, but I think that it would be nearly impossible for anyone to top “Taliban Dan” as the worst political ad of the year (or ever). The ad features an extreme example of what it is […]

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Chris Christie on running for President

“No Chance” He’s not going to run (and this is a GOOD thing). Chris Christie is in the best position of his life – he’s a relatively popular governor with the reasonable-class (compared to liberal nut jobs and union thugs), he’s got a loving family that he is active in, and he’s got the most […]

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On Negative Campaigning

Rick Wilson has an excellent write up on the intent and execution of negative campaign ads. In particular he absolutely takes Rep. Alan Grayson to task for running maybe the worst ad in a long time. New Jerseyeans – be ready, Republicans across the state and nation will get similar ads in ’12 when The […]

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The Importance of Being (Earnestly) Quantitative: An Economic Play (In At Least Two Parts), by Ben Bernanke

THE FINANCIAL TIMES Bernanke ponders QE2 to keep America afloat By Robin Harding Published: September 24 2010 It was not supposed to be this way. After tens of billions of dollars in bank bail-outs, hundreds of billions in fiscal stimulus, and trillions more in bond purchases by the Federal Reserve, the US economy was supposed […]

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Confirmed: Bryant Indicted Yet Again

Former Senator Wayne Bryant, famously corrupt politician and Ice-T look alike, has somehow managed to be indicted yet again while currently serving time for corruption charges. Save Jerseyan’s will remember that Bryant has already been serving a prison sentence on that conviction since July 2009, after he was found to be using his position of […]

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Step 1: Frame the Debate (Failed.)

With what seems like one of the most important congressional elections in a lifetime (wait…don’t we say that every year?) quickly approaching, the issues that will take charge of the hearts and minds of voters on November 2nd are taking their final form. One issue that has been particularly hot button since the 2008 Presidential […]

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Colbert Gives His ‘Expert’ Opinion

This morning, Comedy Central funny man Stephen Colbert was invited by Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), the chairwoman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee, to testify on the hot-button issue of immigration. His qualifications? Well, Save Jerseyans, I’m not sure if you know this, but Stephen Colbert recently did ten hours of farm work for a segment […]

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The Power of Political Satire in the Society

these days, everybody appreciates and enjoys a little bit of humor. Of course, nobody wants to be bored and be trapped in the sea of life that they are used to living every day. Everybody just wants to have a laugh when they have a time to, and when they simply can. The more laughs […]

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Gov. Chris Christie Takes Hollywood By Storm: “You punch them, I punch you”

THE NEW YORK TIMES Fellow Republicans Keep Christie in Demand By REBECCA CATHCART and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA LOS ANGELES — Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey sat center stage in a Hollywood hotel ballroom on Wednesday afternoon, next to Meg Whitman, who is running for governor of California, and told a parable of a schoolyard bully […]

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