By Matt Rooney _ $812 million. That’s how much state aid the City of Newark is receiving for its K-12 schools during fiscal year 2020, Save Jerseynas. That number doesn’t include non-K-12 funding, emergency aid or any other sort of Read More
HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. – The timeline is ugly. Arthur Barclay (D-5) resigned from the New Jersey Assembly last June 2018 after being accused of committing an act of domestic violence; the case reportedly went no where when the victim failed Read More
By Matt Rooney _ The fight against Phil Murphy’s Sanctuary State experiment is heating up, Save Jerseyans, with multiple New Jersey counties openly opposing the Administration’s anti-ICE directive and two counties (Sussex and Ocean) now challenging Murphy’s AG Gurbir Grewal Read More
TRENTON, N.J. — At the moment, Save Jerseyans? There is no requirement for illegal immigrants in New Jersey who were convicted of or accused of sex crimes in other countries to be registered under Megan’s Law. One Republican legislator hopes Read More
TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey’s inability to retain residents is common knowledge in all 50 states. What’s perhaps less well-known is the plight of its capital city. According to the website 24/7 Wall Street — which examined U.S. cities according Read More
OCEAN CITY, N.J. — Starting with the class of 2019? Ocean City High School, serving one of the state’s largest and leading summertime beach resorts, will cease ranking its students by their respective grade point averages (GPAs). The district’s board Read More
An organization that favors lower levels of immigration is challenging one of the most-repeated justifications for “sanctuary” policies — that cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers deters crime reporting to local authorities.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Monday that California is breaking the law by creating and allowing sanctuary cities. “We are a rule-of-law country. They are breaking down the rule of law by creating a sanctuary city,” Mr.
NEWARK, NJ — Better? Maybe, but still pretty bad. The real estate analytics company NeighborhoodScout has released a list of the 30 U.S. cities with a dubious distinction: the most murders per 1,000 residents. Camden ranks #3; Newark is #15. The notoriously crime-ridden Read More