Tag: NJ

VIDEO: Rooney breaks down midterm results in East Brunswick

EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Save Jersey Founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney visited the Middlesex County Republican Women’s Club in East Brunswick on Monday night to discuss Election 2018, what went wrong, and what the path forward might look like for Read More

LET THEM EAT SNOW? Murphy reportedly ate at an expensive restaurant during the #snowmess

By The Staff _ That’s according to the The Bergen Record which reported that Governor Phil Murphy and his wife, Tammy Murphy, ate at a ‘swanky’ restaurant (“Nicholas“) in Middletown last Thursday during the approximate 8-to-9 o’clock hour time frame that evening. During Read More

Risley joins LD2 GOP Primary, makes contest a four-man race

LINWOOD, N.J. — Atlantic County Freeholder John Risley is joining the LD2 Assembly contest.  Risley’s campaign announcement focused heavily on Atlantic-specific issues, “[b]ut Atlantic County doesn’t live in isolation,” according to the candidate. “I am deeply concerned about out-of-control spending and Read More

Learning from N.J. Election 2018, including the folly of trying to run from Trump | EINSTEIN

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein _ New Jersey Republicans are undoubtedly still reeling from the November 6th election day defeat. Although the over-hyped “Blue Wave” turned into a lower than historically normal change of House seats on the national level and a Read More

SOURCES: N.J. weed legalization vote planned for November 26th

TRENTON, N.J. — According to multiple State House/State Street sources, word filtered out on Friday afternoon that the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee AND the Assembly’s equivalent committee are planning to consider long-awaited legislation to legalize marijuana on Monday, November 26th. The Read More

N.J. Senator to Murphy: “Don’t Blame Meteorologists – You Own” #Snowmess

TRENTON, N.J. — Governor Phil Murphy held a press conference on Friday and refused to apologize for his shameful performance during yesterday’s snow emergency, Save Jerseyans.  He also continued to blame meteorologists. One veteran Republican State Senator condemned the Governor’s behavior.  Read More

N.J. Democrats want to rewrite your kids’ school textbooks

TRENTON, N.J. — Have you heard anything about S2978, a project of New Jersey State Senator Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex)? Probably not. It isn’t getting much attention but it’s moving through the legislature and if your child attends a K-12 New Jersey school, Read More