Tag: legacy

Politically speaking? Christie’s worst mistake wasn’t Bridgegate. Not even close.

Hindsight is 20/20, Save Jerseyans. We all know that. Governor Chris Christie shared a little of his own on Wednesday’s edition of Morning Joe, confessing that the biggest mistake of his nearly-complete two terms in Trenton was “hiring the people who Read More

Christie told you half of the ‘affordability crisis’ story. Here’s the other half.

Chris Christie visited NJ 101.5 for ‘Ask the Governor’ last night, Save Jerseyans, his monthly soap box designed for interaction between the vox populi and its highest state-based elected official (whenever, of course, he’s actually here). It’s rarely boring and, Read More

VIDEO: Matt Rooney opines on Chris Christie’s New Jersey legacy

Chris Christie’s legacy is looming large over this year’s gubernatorial election to succeed him. On Tuesday night, Save Jersey Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney, who has been following Christie as closely as anyone from the beginning, spoke with Bill Spadea and the Fox29/My9 Chasing News Team to help start Read More

OPINION: Why Reagan Destroyed the Republican Party

Is that a shocking enough headline for you? I know there are conservatives and blue dog Democrats alike reeling in horror right now. Let me make my case and you can call me anything you want after. Ronald Reagan, originally Read More

OBAMA’S LEGACY: 8 Years, 3,000 Regulations And 8 Trillion In Debt

President Obama’s time in the White House is ended, and after eight years, his administration has imposed more than 3,000 regulations and added nearly $8 trillion to the national debt. Obama started his presidency on a wave of optimism, working Read More

Why Would the GOP Ever Abandon Reagan?

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot I always have to chuckle when my liberal friends tell me that Republicans generally (and conservatives specifically) need to “get over” Ronald Reagan. Think about how preposterous this notion is. To begin with, what right Read More