Tag: government

UPDATE #3: Popular GOP legislator blames Christie’s “bullying tactics,” “weak-kneed” pols for shutdown

Governor Chris Christie placed full blame for the New Jersey government shutdown on Speaker Vincent Prieto ahead of a 2:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon address to the N.J. Senate, Save Jerseyans: When will @VincentPrieto fulfill his constitutional duty and stop playing Read More

VIDEO: Ron Swanson demonstrates how to deal with a government shutdown

Yeah, New Jersey’s government shutdown means some things you like (but many more things you don’t like, or could care less about) are closed indefinitely, Save Jerseyans. So? Follow the example of our favorite fictional libertarian/survivalist, Ron Swanson: ___

So what’s closed or disrupted because of the N.J. government shutdown?

So what impact will this New Jersey state government shutdown have on your weekend (or beyond)? Depends where you’re headed! Here’s a list compiled and disseminated by the Christie Administration late Friday night/early Saturday AM: — Department of Environmental Protection: All Read More

UPDATE #2: Trenton fails to avoid N.J. government shutdown

Womp womp. They’re dimming the lights, stacking empty pizza boxes and sending legislative staff home, Save Jerseyans, after Trenton legislators and the Christie Administration failed to compromise on the #HorizonHeist situation to avert New Jersey’s first state government shutdown since Read More

UPDATE: N.J. Legislature “frozen” as clock races to Midnight shutdown deadline

Twenty-eight members of the eighty member state legislature abstained or didn’t vote at all on the third reading of the FY 2018 budget, Save Jerseyans, pushing the Garden State’s dysfunctional state government closer to a shutdown on Friday night. Close Read More

These Numbers From New Planned Parenthood Report Show Need to Defund Abortion Giant

Each year, Planned Parenthood Federation of America issues an annual report outlining the abortion giant’s medical service data, revenue and expenses, and advocacy and educational activity. This week, the 2015-2016 report went public. These reports are typically published in December Read More