Tag: murphy

NJGOP Chairman: Democrat leadership’s “comfort with corruption is frightening”

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Democrat leaders including Murphy, Menendez, and Booker are converging as we speak in Atlantic City to trash Republicans and promote their radical agenda. But tax burdens and NJ Transit woes, while angering, are not what so many Read More

TK2 says Murphy’s new healthcare savings are “modest,” pushes for larger overhaul

TRENTON, N.J. — Governor Phil Murphy and the public sector unions were crowing a bit on Monday after announcing modest reforms to the public employee health care system, changes expected to generate somewhere around $500 million in savings over two Read More

The Murphy Administration will investigate N.J.’s Catholic Dioceses

TRENTON, NJ – The Administration of Governor Phil Murphy is preparing to take a deep dive into sexual allegations in New Jersey’s Catholic Dioceses.  On Thursday, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced the formation of a task force “to investigate allegations of Read More

Murphy conditionally vetoes bill which would’ve decriminalized unlicensed hair braiding in N.J.

TRENTON, N.J. — Phil Murphy is no fan of entrepreneurs.  On Monday, Governor Phil Murphy issued a conditional veto of the so-called “hair braiding bill,” legislation which would’ve decriminalized hair braiding in New Jersey by exempting hair braiders from the New Jersey Read More

Why isn’t Phil Murphy’s gun control regime helping Trenton?

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey’s tough gun laws have never been tougher than they are presently under Governor Phil Murphy and his Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, Save Jerseyans. We’ve got ammo restrictions, hardware bans, expanded powers for mental health Read More

AWKWARD: Murphy celebrates exactly what Menendez wants us to hate about Bob Hugin

By Matt Rooney __ Bob Menendez is making his rival Bob Hugin’s tenure as CEO of Celgene, a biotechnology company that creates and sells cancer-fighting drugs (like Revlimid), the centerpiece of the disgraced Democrat incumbent’s reelection campaign. We can debate the Read More

For the Sake of N.J.’s Working Poor, Don’t Raise the Minimum Wage | Johnson

By Matthew Johnson _ Living below the poverty line is difficult, even in the wealthiest country in the world. For low-skilled workers, the prospect of earning less than $100 for a day’s labor may seem daunting. However, the alternative is Read More