Tag: loretta weinberg

Trenton’s next overreach: ‘restrictive scheduling’ regulations for your employer

By Matt Rooney _ It almost seems like a bad joke but it’s very, very real, Save Jerseyans. It’s also proof that the line between “progressivism” and full-blown socialism/communism is extremely blurry and often illusory. I’m referring to the latest Read More

Weinberg had her chance to fight for women silenced by Phil Murphy. She failed.

By Matt Rooney _ State Senator Loretta Weinberg is reportedly ticked off over Governor Phil Murphy’s attempt to revise New Jersey’s workplace harassment policies, Save Jerseyans. That’s according to Politico-New Jersey. The beef for this ‘feisty grandmom’ from Teaneck? She Read More

Weinberg-style Democrats don’t want ‘clean’ energy; they might want Flintstones cars!

President Barack Obama took a half-hearted approach to tackling the oil-by-rail boom during his years in office, Save Jerseyans, because some BIG money liberals (like Warren Buffett and Tom Steyer) have made fortunes off of the dangerous practice (side note: Read More

N.J. Democrat Senator Reveals Her Governing Philosophy: “Anything is Constitutional”

Every now and then, Save Jerseyans, a far-left politician says something so wacky and revealing that it’s worth pausing to take note for the benefit of everyone in the political center. They need to know WHO these people are. Enter Loretta Read More

N.J. Legislature Reaffirms Domestic Violence Victims’ Right to be Defenseless

Want to kill yourself? Or off your offspring? No worries. The “progressive” N.J. Legislature is on your side. But what if you’re a victim of domestic violence? Who recognizes that restraining orders are paper and the police can’t protect you 24/7? Read More

Kean fires back at Democrat Majority Leader’s Christie impeachment push

Chris Christie is likely leaving New Jersey in a matter of weeks (or days) to join the Trump Administration. His top in-state antagonist wants to make sure he doesn’t stay around any longer than necessary (and has trouble landing another Read More