Tag: LAW

N.J.’s new ‘red flag’ law brings us one step closer to the Age of Pre-Crime

By Matt Rooney _ It’s been in full effect since Sunday, Save Jerseyans. New Jersey judges are now permitted to issue so-called “extreme risk protection orders” which, if granted, authorize the state to seize the firearms of anyone against whom Read More

UPDATE: Murphy signs vote-rigging mail-in ballot bill

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation on Wednesday which will keep the New Jersey Democrat Party’s procedurally flawed and deeply corrupt vote-by-mail system rolling along through elections 2019, 2020 and beyond. N.J. Republican Party Chairman Doug Steinhardt accused Read More

Rooney opposes N.J. anti-bullying bill; says it’s time to raise stronger kids, let teachers discipline

TRENTON, N.J. – A new anti-bullying bill (‘Mallory’s Law’) which would let the state severely penalize parents for their children’s alleged behavior is generating controversy in the Garden State. Save Jersey Founder and Editor-in-Chief Matt Rooney was back on Chasing Read More

NANNY STATE? N.J. parents may soon face stiff penalties if their kids are accused of “bullying”

TRENTON, N.J. –  “Mallory’s Law” endeavors to honor a 12-year-old (Mallory Grossman) who killed herself in 2017. Bullying was the reported culprit, and the New Jersey legislature wants to do something about it. The new consequences for offending parents are Read More

Assembly will take up bill to teach teens about N.J. Safe Haven law after Neptune newborn discarded in dumpster

TRENTON, N.J. – An 18-year-old Neptune High School student stands accused of suffocating and murdering her baby. After the heinous act? Authorities say the newborn’s father disposed of the dead infant in a dumpster. Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco (R-25) says Read More

Op-Ed: Gov. Murphy should conditionally veto N.J.’s assisted suicide bill

This final decision is irreversible and shouldn’t be law. We need to take a pause. By Asm. Christopher P. DePhillips (R-40) _ Trenton continually makes life in New Jersey more difficult for residents who simply want to live comfortably. The Read More