Tag: dues

Three N.J. public employees sue to challenge Murphy’s sinister “Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act”

MIDLAND, MI — The next chapter in the Janus v. AFSCME saga is kicking off right here in New Jersey. On Friday, the Michigan-based Mackinac Center Legal Foundation announced that it had filed three individual lawsuits on behalf of New Read More

MUST READ: The NJEA is fatter (but less financially secure?) than ever before

By The Staff _ The popular left-of-center education watchdog blog NJ Left Behind published an informative and eye-opening post on Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, analyzing the latest-available information on the spending of the notorious New Jersey Education Association (NJEA). Any taxpayer Read More

OPINION: It’s Time to Stand Up to the NJEA

New Jersey doesn’t fare well in a new ranking of states’ fiscal health, but you probably guessed that. According to the analysis by the Pew Charitable Trusts, New Jersey is dead last when it comes to paying its annual bills. The Read More

Sans Scalia, teachers unions win big in 4-4 split SCOTUS decision

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The taxpayers (and their children) just took another one on the chin, Save Jerseyans. The worst part? What could’ve been a blue state political game-changer is now just another legal footnote without Read More

What Does Harris Mean for New Jersey?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Many New Jersey owners of closely-held businesses are breathing a sigh of relief after today’s “Hobby Lobby” decision, Save Jerseyans. Another decision, however, had the potential to generate vastly greater consequences for Garden State taxpayers. Did it? Read More

The NJEA Brainwashing Booklet

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Most taxpayers are getting wise to the New Jersey Education Association and its seedy tactics. Exposing the many abuses of public sector unions -and making it okay to criticize them for it – may ultimately Read More