Tag: Governor

Murphy isn’t serious. Here’s my plan to modernize New Jersey elections. | Ciattarelli

By Jack Ciattarelli _ Prohibiting voters from choosing how to cast their ballots in this year’s general election isn’t just the latest example of Governor Phil Murphy’s push for increased government control of our lives, or his continued abuse of Read More

Webber introduces new bill: If Murphy violates his own executive order? It’s invalid for the rest of us.

TRENTON, N.J. – On Thursday, Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26) introduced legislation (A4255) which accomplishes something pretty simple: if the Governor violates his own executive order? It’s invalid for the rest of us. “Our citizens are entitled to the equal protection Read More

Faced with massive protests and riots, Phil Murphy is suddenly disinterested in “social distancing” | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Governor Phil Murphy is America’s leading social distancing fanatic. He tweets about it. Drones on about it at his daily briefings. Even the electronic signs on our highways remind us that we’re “knuckleheads” if we don’t Read More

N.J. gym vows to defy Murphy, reopen on Monday

BELLMAWR, N.J. – A Camden County, New Jersey gym told Fox News’s Tucker Carlson this week that he plans to reopen his establishment on Monday (May 18th) with or without Governor Murphy’s permission. “Governor Murphy has presented zero plans and Read More

Murphy Administration to N.J. schools: Cancel your ‘wave parades’ or else!

*Update* The Administration has qualified its restrictions… click here… TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey schools, 2020 graduates, and their families hoping for at least a social-distancing send-off celebration this month have been smacked down by the Murphy Administration. On Saturday, Read More

In major blow to Murphy, nonpartisan OLS says N.J. can’t borrow to balance budgets

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy’s hopes to dig New Jersey out of an anticipated budget hole with borrowing hit a major snag on Thursday when the Office of Legislative Services (OLS), the state legislature’s nonpartisan legal arm, issued an Read More