Tag: drivers license

REPORT: DHS will review N.J. illegal alien driver’s license law

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to take a critical look at New Jersey’s and New York’s brand new laws permitting illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.  According to the Daily Caller, acting DHS Secretary Read More

“Criminal Christmas” in Trenton: Dems pass ‘social justice’ bills including illegal driver’s licenses, parolee voting

TRENTON, N.J. – Some of the proposals were crazier than others (it’s a sliding scale of nuttiness under the Dom), but Trenton Democrats certainly advanced a theme during Monday’s frenzied pre-Christmas voting session: helping people who break the law. Arguably, Read More

Peters to Trenton Democrats: “Stop catering to people who break the law”

TRENTON, N.J. – Ahead of an anticipated floor vote on driver’s licenses for illegal aliens, Navy SEAL and New Jersey Assemblyman Ryan Peters (R-8) upbraided his Democrat colleagues for disrespecting the rule of law. “Yesterday, our legislature rushed a bill Read More

Phil Murphy declares driver’s licenses for illegals are a ‘no brainer’

BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – It hasn’t happened yet, but Governor Phil Murphy told an interviewer on Monday night that making illegal driver’s licenses available in New Jersey constitutes a “no brainer” for New Jersey. The Republican Assembly slate in LD16, a Read More

Trenton moves ahead with illegal driver’s licenses, and they’ll be cheaper than yours

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By Matt Rooney _ The Trenton Democrats’ push to grant New Jersey driver’s licenses to illegal aliens living in our state may be reaching its end game, Save Jerseyans. Brace yourselves. This Monday, the sponsors introduced legislation which would create Read More

“A Technicality Called Democracy”

New Jersey’s “TRU-ID program” website is officially offline, Save Jerseyans. Earlier today, the American Civil Liberties Union (ALCU) won a court fight to prevent our state from implementing new, stricter driver’s license requirements. Specifically, under the “TRU-ID program,” New Jersey would’ve Read More