Tag: camden county

Video sheds new light on former Democrat Assemblyman’s simple assault arrest

CAMDEN, N.J. — Arthur Barclay, a state assemblyman until last month, resigned from the New Jersey legislature after an alleged June 7th simple assault related to a domestic violence incident. On Wednesday, released body cam footage — published by  TAPinto Camden Read More

Pezzullo Scores Camco Line

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Rich Pezzullo is the winner of my home county’s line, Save Jerseyans. According to sources close to the decision-making, the charismatic Pezzullo impressed the endorsement screening committee convened by Chairman Tom Booth last week. Camden Read More

POLL: Is a Diverse Supreme Court Important to You?

Earlier today Governor Christie made yet another appointment to the New Jersey Supreme Court, something he seems to have to do quite often since the Democrats have made a habit of delaying and even denying his previous, qualified nominees. This Read More

An Interview with Camden County Freeholder Candidate Eugene Lawrence

Save Jerseyans, Camden County is in need of immediate change and Republican Freeholder Candidate Eugene Lawrence says he is more than ready to make necessary changes. I had a chance to chat with Eugene last week about his plans should Read More

Coarse Language Flies at Camco Freeholder Meeting (VIDEO)

Governor Chris Christie is known for being brutally honest at this town hall meetings. Some would say this is an understatement, but a strong majority of residents approve. Still, aren’t there limits to what a public official should say, Save Read More

“Wait and See” Isn’t a Valid Job Growth Strategy for Elected Leaders

Business leaders in the private sector don’t sit around to wait and see if jobs will just “appear” in their industries. What they do is look for ways to create new jobs. They get creative, they try new ideas and Read More

Scary Camden County

There has been plenty of talk about residents leaving New Jersey for less-taxed states. The good news is that from April 2010 to July 2011 under Governor Christie’s stewardship, New Jersey has increased its population by 0.3%. On the other Read More