Tag: nj 101.5

Christie’s Not Sure Guadagno Can Do The Job… After She Did His? For Hundreds of Days!

Another day, Save Jerseyans, another dust-up between the former two-time running mates Chris Christie and Kim Guadagno. In case you missed it, our Governor appeared on Wednesday night’s monthly ‘Ask the Governor’ program which he co-hosts with NJ 101.5’s Eric Scott, Read More

Rooney to Spadea: “Air is the only thing they haven’t figured out how to tax”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog With another attempted gas tax vote looming, Save Jersey Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney spoke to our friend/contributor Bill Spadea and the Fox29/My9 Chasing News Team this week to help break it all down… “Air is the only Read More

Rooney assesses the Spadea-Guadagno radio partnership

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Over the long Labor Day holiday weekend, Save Jerseyans, Save Jersey Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney weighed in for a Gannett newspapers story on Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and her frequent guest appearance on Read More

Spadea takes reins of NJ 101.5’s morning program from retiring Gearhart

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey 101.5 (WKXW-Trenton)’s Jim Gearhart is retiring, Save Jerseyans, after 25 years of service on the radio waves to Garden State taxpayers. Citing “the extent of Gearhart’s injury,” the station also announced Read More

Rooney talks override vote on NJ 101.5: “Attacking gun owners is like cat nip”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog The morning after Steve Sweeney led a politically-motivated override of Governor Christie’s gun bill veto, Save Jerseyans, our Blogger-in-Chief and favorite Garden State attorney Matt Rooney returned to NJ 101.5 for Friday morning drive time to name Read More

Bakke: Consolidate authorities, eliminate county government in lieu of gas tax hike

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We spend a LOT of time talking about gas tax hike alternatives here at Save Jersey, folks, so I’m not surprised that one of our former contributors, Synnove Bakke (R-18), is one Read More