Tag: murphy

N.J. Senator: Murphy “seriously mistaken” if he thinks commissioned report will end Alvarez probe

TRENTON, N.J. —  The Murphy Administration’s commissioned report on the Alvarez hiring scandal and related personnel issues is out, Save Jerseyans, but no one outside of the Democrat’s administration seemed impressed by its conclusions. That includes state Senator Kristin Corrado Read More

Petition launched to stop Murphy’s push for illegal alien driver’s licenses

TRENTON, N.J. — Opponents of the New Jersey Democrat campaign to grant drivers licenses to illegal aliens are mobilizing online amid an ongoing battle between Phil Murphy’s sanctuary state policies and the intrepid leaders and officers of ICE. “The New Read More

SCHEPISI rages at The Record: “Rape or bogus traffic study? Which is more important in your view?”

HACKENSACK, N.J. — Assemblywoman and attorney Holly Schepisi (R-39) isn’t happy with how her district’s largest local daily is handling its coverage of the Katie Brennan hearings. “For anyone ever wondering how the media picking and choosing what to report influences Read More

The redistricting amendment is dead (for now) but N.J. democracy is still on the ropes

By Matt Rooney _ That’s all for now, Save Jerseyans. The Democrat legislative leadership’s efforts to reconfigure New Jersey’s districts according to an in-name-only “fairness” standard hit a brick wall and is back on the shelf for now. Republicans complained, Read More

Next up: Murphy invents statewide snow storm which isn’t in the forecast

By Matt Rooney _ The post-#snowmess over-brining of New Jersey roads is wasting valuable NJDOT resources (paid for by you, the taxpayers) AND driving New Jersey motorists’ car washing bills through the roof. It’s political theater, and it’s a damn disgrace Read More

Who earns the minimum wage? It’s not who you’d guess!

By Matt Rooney _ As we debate hiking New Jersey’s minimum wage to $15 per hour, Save Jerseyans, it’s worth remember WHO actually earns the minimum wage which will hit $8.85 on January 1, 2019 unless the legislature and Governor Phil Read More