Tag: Court

UPDATE: MVC locations close while courts, schools pivot to online operations

TRENTON, N.J. – The rolling shutdown of New Jersey government continued on Sunday afternoon and into the evening.  Governor Phil Murphy announced on Sunday his plans to order all state schools closed (though most made that decision already without him). Read More

ROONEY: Transgenderism isn’t science, it’s “politics” and “pandering”

TRENTON, N.J. – Gender dysphoria isn’t in of itself very controversial. The notion that dysphoria dictates reality is. Serious science has never held that sex isn’t “assigned” at birth or simply a state of mind, but New York is moving Read More

South Jersey judge throws out shared services agreement

WOODBURY, N.J. — One experiment in shared services in Senate President Steve Sweeney’s own backyard is no more, Save Jerseyans, after a ruling late last week by a Superior Court judge.  On Thursday, Judge Benjamin C. Telsey invalidated a so-called “intergovernmental Read More

CRAZY TOWN: This N.J. legislator wants to give your pet the right to an attorney

TRENTON, N.J. — The Sixth Amendment affords the right to an attorney. To humans. One New Jersey Democrat legislator believes that right should extend to mankind’s furry friends. This week, Assemblywoman Annette Quijano introduced legislation (A-4840) which, if adopted, would permit courts to appoint Read More

Does the Trump/Twitter ruling mean Cory Booker has to unblock me?

By Matt Rooney _ President Trump shouldn’t have blocked certain Twitter followers. That’s what U.S. District Judge Naomi Buchwald ruled on Wednesday, Save Jerseyans; she believes the 45th President of the United States violated citizens’ First Amendment rights when the President blocked Read More

California Judge Blocks Trump’s Sanctuary City Order

A federal judge in California blocked President Donald Trump’s executive order reducing funding for sanctuary cities Monday, limiting the administration’s ability to punish municipalities that violate federal immigration law. … in September, issuing a preliminary injunction preventing the administration from Read More