Tag: murphy

N.J. taxpayers will pay hundreds of millions more – per year – thanks to minimum wage hikes

TRENTON, N.J. – One of the many unintended consequences of New Jersey’s recent minimum wage increase is already biting taxpayers in the rear end. This week, the Murphy Administration announced a $54 million increase in subsidies for some qualifying families’ Read More

Murphy says N.J. is ‘combatting’ gun violence with new executive order targeting banks, the firearms industry

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Promising it would aid in “combatting” gun violence, Governor Phil Murphy stood in front of a misspelled sign on Tuesday and, flanked by supporters, announced a new executive order which will sever the business relationship between New Read More

Sweeney’s right; N.J. is “going to go up in flames.” That’s why you should vote against his party in 2019. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ You probably missed it yesterday, Save Jerseyans, but Bloomberg ran a Wednesday story featuring Senate President Steve Sweeney, and New Jersey’s third-highest-elected Democrat had some objectively depressing things to say about the state of our state. Read More

UPDATE: Bipartisan calls for his ouster increase after local NAACP leader tells reporter: “I don’t talk to f—–g Jews”

Updated 10:39 a.m. 8/29/19 SADDLE RIVER, N.J. – The NAACP in New Jersey continues to face unflattering controversy this week after the leader of its Passaic chapter reportedly told a New Jersey Globe reporter “I don’t talk to f—–g Jews.“ Democrats Read More

TUESDAY: Trenton Democrats move to save corrupt vote-by-mail ballot law

TRENTON, N.J. – Assembly Democrats will face the voters this November, but they don’t trust their coalition to show up at the polls. They’re racing to reverse a decision by Governor Phil Murphy’s Division of Elections requiring voters who requested Read More

NJ-05: Pallotta blasts Murphy’s $3.8M spending blitz on illegal alien tuition

MAHWAH, N.J. – The Murphy Administration isn’t lifting a finger to help Newark residents get a clean drink of water, but it split $3.8 million in financial aid among 749 illegal alien college students for the 2018-2019 academic year. Nearly Read More

Murphy cuts boardwalk funding, signals increases in abortion subsidies

WILDWOOD, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy’s priorities continue to astound observers on both sides of the political divide. On Friday, the Democrat vetoed S-1364, legislation allotting $4 million for the Greater Wildwoods Tourism and Development Authority. The money could have assisted Read More

Sussex legislators challenge Grewal to visit county, defend Murphy’s Sanctuary State

NEWTON, N.J. – The Murphy Administration’s legal battle with Sussex County over its Sanctuary Statehood directive has been simmering all summer, Save Jerseyans. First? The County asked U.S. Attorney General Barr for help after N.J. Attorney General Gurbir Grewal tried to Read More