Tag: new jersey

Op-Ed: Stop Targeting Property Tax Relief Programs to Fill Budget Holes

By Jean Stanfield _ Two of the most important financial support programs New Jersey provides are the Homestead Benefit and the Senior Freeze. They are also often the first programs governors target with cuts to balance budgets. This year, due Read More

THE LIST: Remembering New Jersey’s 746 September 11th victims

By Matt Rooney _ It happened 19-years ago this Friday, Save Jerseyans. You remember where you were. How could you forget? The State of New Jersey lost 746 residents – brother, sisters, parents and children – in the coordinated Al Read More

You can’t get unemployment, but illegals can now get occupational licenses in N.J.

By Matt Rooney _ The past several months have been exceedingly difficult for thousands of unemployed and underemployed New Jerseyans. Our unemployment rate is 3.5% higher than the national average. 7 out of every 10 moving New Jerseyans are leaving Read More

Murphy isn’t serious. Here’s my plan to modernize New Jersey elections. | Ciattarelli

By Jack Ciattarelli _ Prohibiting voters from choosing how to cast their ballots in this year’s general election isn’t just the latest example of Governor Phil Murphy’s push for increased government control of our lives, or his continued abuse of Read More

NJ-11: Becchi wants three live debates with Sherrill

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Rosemary Becchi wants three debates in the 11th Congressional District before the fall election. “In this district, we have a history of elected officials standing before the voters, sharing their opinions, and challenging each other on the Read More

Murphy mocks critics of mask policies: “Your political affiliation is NOT an underlying condition.”

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Murphy poured gasoline on the great national mask debate on Monday by accusing skeptics of playing politics. “Your political affiliation is NOT an underlying condition,” tweeted Murphy while noting that certain medical conditions are the only Read More