Tag: middle class

SCHEPISI: Phil Murphy is “crushing” the N.J. Middle Class and pointing fingers

TRENTON, N.J. — Assembly Republicans held a press conference on Thursday to push back against the latest taxes championed by Governor Phil Murphy and the dominant Democrat legislative majority. Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi (R-39) accurately framed the current political and economic situation Read More

Trump may be crazy but this Hillary video is downright terrifying

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Regular Save Jersey readers know that I’m no fan of the Donald. In fact, given his and his campaign’s recent comments (and shady connections) to Putin’s Russia, it might be a toss-up as Read More

Save Jersey on BlogTalkRadio Tonight at 8 PM

Tune in at 8:00 p.m. tonight (Tuesday 12/11) to “Common Sense” on BlogTalkRadio, Save Jerseyans. I’m co-hosting along with our friend, Sue Ann Penna. A brief description of the round table format topics: Many Americans are frustrated by the current state of economic Read More

The Attack on the Middle Class

Cross-Posted via MoreMonmouthMusings.net During Bob Menendez’s first year in the U.S. Senate, 2006, there was a health care bill before the Senate designed to make insurance premiums more affordable for small businesses. The bill would have allowed small businesses to join Read More

New Jersey Economist Says Obama Misrepresented His Tax Plan Study

Nassau Hall at Princeton University

In last week’s presidential debate and over the past several months, Obama Inc. has tried to distort Mitt Romney’s common sense tax proposals into something scary. They want Middle Class voters to think the squeeze is coming if Romney prevails on November 6th. That’s Read More

Kyrillos Campaign Launches “Cheap Talk Bob” Site

Americans still vote in the flesh, Save Jerseyans, but campaigns are becoming increasingly digital. It’s not enough to just have a website in 2012. Utility is overtaking novelty as information-intensive political contrast pages populate the Internet. Most people are now Read More