Tag: josh einstein

Former ‘Save Jersey’ Contributor Einstein Running for Hoboken Council Seat

Republican State Committeman and grassroots activist, Joshua Einstein, declared his candidacy for Hoboken City Council on Thursday June 29th in a letter addressed to Hoboken and published at HudsonTv news site. Mr. Einstein is a former contributor to this blog Read More

Fending Off Progressive Fables

By Joshua Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog “You wouldn’t be here if not for progressive policy.” – Unknown NJ mass transit commuter At some point in November 2013, Save Jerseyans, I was handing out cards advocating against a NJ ballot initiative calling Read More

Save Jersey’s Josh Einstein Visits “Common Sense” Radio Program (VIDEO)

Here’s a little something different for your lunch hour post-primary pleasure, Save Jerseyans. My main man and always treasured contributor Joshua Einstein recently appeared on the “Common Sense” radio program broadcast weekly on North Jersey’s WRKL 910 AM. Josh and “Common Sense” co-hosts Read More

THIS SATURDAY: Listen to Save Jersey’s Josh Einstein on WRKL 910 AM at 9:00 AM

Wake up a little earlier this Saturday morning, Save Jerseyans, and listen to our very own Josh Einstein represent Save Jersey on WRKL 910 AM from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. He’ll be the featured guest of Sue Ann Penna, executive director Read More

Don’t Miss Video: All Five Segments of Save Jersey’s “Occupy Wall Street” Interviews

In case you missed it this week, Save Jerseyans, be sure to check Save Jersey Contributor Joshua Einstein‘s 5-part interview with Benjamin Case of “Organization for a Free Society,” a proponent of so-called social justice ideology who is closely aligned with the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement. It Read More

Save Jersey Debriefs Occupy Wall Street (Part Four)

Here’s Part FOUR of the interview conducted by Save Jersey’s Joshua Einstein with Benjamin Case of “Organization for a Free Society,” a proponent of so-called social justice ideology who is closely aligned with the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement. Don’t miss Part Read More