Tag: history

N.J. Governor Murphy appears to blame JFK assassination on lax gun laws

By Matt Rooney _ Many Americans believe John F. Kennedy died due to a lone wolf gunman, widespread political tensions in Texas, and perhaps a substandard security plan by today’s standards. Others point to one conspiracy theory or another. Governor Read More

The dirty little secret Columbus Day critics won’t admit (but you need to know)

By Matt Rooney _ Here we go again, Save Jerseyans. Princeton is now the latest New Jersey municipality (joining Newark) to do the woke thing and scrap Columbus Day in favor of “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.” Last year, we covered the Read More

Ronald And Donald: The Parallels Will Astound You!

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — It occurred to me while reading Bob Spitz’s great, new, exhaustive biography Reagan, An American Journey. Again and again I was struck by the similarities. Now, don’t laugh about Read More

Booker unhinged: America doesn’t “stand up for justice around the world”

NEWARK, N.J. – Cory Booker formally launched his 2020 campaign tour on Saturday with a rally in Newark, the city he once led as mayor. The tour’s theme is ‘Justice for All’, but Booker’s rant wasn’t limited to the typical array Read More

What Donald Trump and Abraham Lincoln Have in Common

By Robert Kofman _ President Trump likes to compare himself to President Lincoln and indeed there are some similarities. Both won with less than a majority of the popular vote and took office in a deeply divided, polarized country with Read More