Tag: 2nd

E-MAIL TO THE EDITOR: Rep. Smith, Congress must support Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act

To the Editor, and to U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R, NJ-04): As a professional Merchant Marine Officer living in New Jersey, I spend a good deal of time traveling. I may go throughout New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, some of Read More

Freshen up on these gun stats before Christmas dinner

By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog With misinformation about guns as rampant as ever, Save Jerseyans, we recommend freshening up on the truth – and the stats behind the truth – before heading out to your family Christmas Read More

REPORT: Van Drew passes (again) on House bid

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey is likely to have one less competitive congressional battleground next cycle, Save Jerseyans, despite the promise of a higher-turnout presidential year. PolitickerNJ.com’s Max Pizarro reported Monday afternoon that State Senator Read More

Small army of Sweeney recall activists launch petition drive in Washington Township

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Despite plenty of roadblocks including an attempt by West Deptford’s municipal government to outlaw its membership’s protests, the effort to recall Senate President Steve Sweeney forged ahead on Saturday as a crowd Read More

Governor Christie pardons Shaneen Allen

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Kudos to Governor Chris Christie for offering Shaneen Allen “a full and free” pardon on the eve of Passover/the Easter Triduum, Save Jerseyans! Appropriate, right? Regular readers know the full story so Read More

Decriminalize Drug Possession? Okay; How About Guns?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The political culture has turned decidedly in favor of drug decriminalization in recent years, Save Jerseyans, as evidenced by the odd-couple ideological alliance between libertarian-ish Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) and arch-liberal Senator Read More

Assemblywoman plans bill to address felony charges over antique pistol

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande, responding to the plight of a retired Millville teacher facing a 2nd degree felony charge (and many years in jail) for possession of an antique “Queen Anne” flintlock pistol, is introducing Read More