Tag: james

RESULTS: Salem County GOP holds strong, maintains county control

SALEM, N.J. – New Jersey’s least populous county is still in Republican hands after Tuesday night. Republican Dale Cross, a former freeholder, had defeated Democrat Beth Timberman by 654 votes when the dust settled in a three-way county clerk contest Read More

Jersey’s Forgotten 350th Birthday

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey turns 350 this week, Save Jerseyans, and I’m betting you had no clue! It’s a wonderful tribute to public civics education in the 21st century… What happened 350 years ago? Glad you asked! Read More

A City Without Heroes

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The City of Newark is in the middle of its first post-Booker mayoral race, Save Jerseyans, and on Wednesday evening, candide and councilamn Ras Baraka happily accepted the backing of former Mayor Ken Gibson Read More

Cory Beats Sharpe’s Record

NEWARK VIOLENT CRIME SOARED AFTER BOOKER COP LAYOFFS; NOW WORSE THAN UNDER SHARPE JAMES By Phil Kerpen | BookerFail.com   Cory Booker does not put public safety first, and therefore his second term as mayor of Newark has been tragically horrible. A decent Read More

Stronger Than the Scorn

McGreevey To Head Jersey City Jobs Commission By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Former Governor Jim McGreevey is back in government service, according to a report in The Jersey Journal. Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop appointed McGreevey to the position of Executive Director of the Jersey Read More