By The Staff _ The N.J. Attorney General’s Office released its latest shame list on Friday, detailing recent law enforcement actions against alleged violators of Governor Phil Murphy’s COVID-19 orders. AG Gurbir Grewal’s latest list includes a few egregious instances Read More
By Matt Rooney _ Governor Murphy’s executive order shuttering “non-essential” businesses and banning ALL social gatherings (weddings, funerals, etc.) takes effect Saturday evening at 9 p.m., Save Jerseyans. If you violate it? You could get a warning. You also might Read More
By Matt Rooney _ You don’t need context, Save Jerseyans. We’re all reading/watching the news. Here we go… (1) Manafort’s conviction has nothing to do with Trump, but… Trump can make it about himself if he continues to criticize the Read More
By Anthony Colandro – Ant’s Rants. Off duty copy shoots bad guy trying to rob him. I want that luxury too! Why is my life less worthy? #AntsRant Posted by Anthony Colandro on Thursday, August 2, 2018 –
By Matt Rooney _ Ready for something a little depressing to start your week, Save Jerseyans? Apparently, New Jersey is a little too expensive (and dangerous) for even refugees fleeing war-torn Syria: “Some of the Syrian families who fled their 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.
Sweden’s prime minister, who criticized President Trump last year for blaming Swedish violence on Muslim refugees, said Tuesday that he’s cracking down on immigration and gang violence to make Sweden great again.
By Joe Sinagra _ “Gun control is one of the best examples of laws that corner private citizens—forcing them either to put themselves into danger or to be a lawbreaker.” ~ James Bovard (Mazel Freedom Press, 1999 Introduction to ‘Dial Read More
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