Tag: newspaper

Posting Legal Notices Online

December 18, 2016 Cross-posted from Medium.com/@GovChristie — On Thursday, the Legislature advanced a commonsense piece of legislation that was first proposed in 2004 and will reform the archaic practice of requiring taxpayers and private businesses to pay for costly legal notices in Read More

Star-Ledger stops publishing online LTE’s – another nail in its inevitable coffin

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Tom Moran’s confession that NJ.com, the online version of The (Newark) Star-Ledger, no longer publishes letters to the editor didn’t come as a great surprise. After all, a new one hadn’t Read More

New Hampshire Union Leader endorses Christie

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog It hasn’t yet impacted his polling position, Save Jerseyans, but Governor Chris Christie‘s tireless campaigning in New Hampshire has earned him the endorsement of the Granite State’s most influential newspaper. “Gov. Christie is right Read More

For the progressive press, these are “Bah humbug!” times

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog The Grinch came early this year to steal Christmas from progressive “journalism” – I use the word advisedly. With the retraction by Rolling Stone of its highly promoted University of Virginia Read More