Tag: memo

The Ten Things We Know Now . . .

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — Here’s what we’re learning with today’s release of the controversial memo about how the FISA court authorizing intelligence agencies to basically spy on Donald Trump and his campaign: 1) Read More

Nunes Memo drops and ignites fresh debate over FBI, DOJ conduct

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The much-discussed House Intelligence memo is out, Save Jerseyans, and it seems to bolster allegations leveled by both the White House and Republicans in Congress of secret surveillance abuses by both the FBI and U.S. Justice Department. Debate Read More

Congressman Smith expresses “real concerns about the FBI” after reviewing FISA memo

U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R, NJ-04) met with House Intelligence Committee staff on Wednesday and walked away with deep concerns, Save Jerseyans, as debate over alleged surveillance abuses intensifies. Smith couldn’t disclose many of the details, but the veteran federal Read More

N.J. PRIMARY: Ciattarelli Camp Pans “Extraordinarily Weak Frontrunner” Guadagno in Post-Convention Phase Memo

Convention season is over, Save Jerseyans, so we’ve got two (and change) months of direct appeals to New Jersey Republican primary voters in front of us. That also means it’s time to throw elbows. Who’s ahead? I gave you my Read More

GOP Hoping for New Christie Voters

N.J. Senate GOP Leadership Sees Stars Aligning for Possible Control Turnover in November By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Nate Silver thinks the U.S. Senate might tip back to the GOP in 2014 if current trends persist; some leading New Jersey Read More