Tag: 2019

DEMOCRAT DISARRAY: Murphy, Sweeney tensions flare after ugly Election 2019

TRENTON, N.J. – Democrats still control Trenton, but a disappointing statewide showing on Tuesday is deepening already existing wounds within the New Jersey Democrat Party’s power circles. “Let’s be clear: the Democratic Party in New Jersey had a big day Read More

Possible ’21 competitors Ciattarelli, Steinhardt criss-cross state boosting GOP candidates

TRENTON, N.J. – It’s hard to attend a Republican event almost anywhere in New Jersey this fall without running into either Jack Ciattarelli or Doug Steinhardt. Or both. The ex-Assemblyman and incumbent NJGOP chairman, respectively, are seemingly everywhere these days Read More

2019’s top 10 worst words and phrases (so far)

By Matt Rooney _ It’s back by popular demand, Save Jerseyans! Long-time readers may recall that I’ve composed lists before (here and here) highlighting some of the most overused and boorish words/terms/phrases currently circulating in the common vernacular. Well, our Read More

2.5 years after predicting a Trump economic meltdown, how does Krugman still have a job?

By Matt Rooney _ Unemployment is now at a 49-year low mark (at 3.6% for April 2019) with 263,000 new jobs having been created last month. The last time it was lower? December 1969 when it was 3.5%. The average Read More

SOURCE: LD38 GOP will back young guns Kazimir, DiPiazza for Assembly

By Matt Rooney _ Bergen Republicans reportedly have their team for the county’s most historically competitive legislative district. According to a reliable source with knowledge of LD38 decision-making, Republicans have coalesced around two young guns: Rochelle Park Mayor Mike Kazimir Read More