Tag: nsa

Memo to Wisniewski: Is There a Phil Murphy Angle in the Latest Wikileaks Row?

Presumptive Democrat gubernatorial nominee Phil Murphy (D-Goldman Sachs) is no stranger to Wikileaks, Save Jerseyans. In fact, he was prominently featured in the Podesta Email dump. Now we’ve got another huge dump from the controversial hacking organization and, given that Read More

“Tremendous Progress”

VIDEO: Chris Christie Dishes on Sandy, NSA Spying, the ObamaCare #Fail and His Weight Loss By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog He’s the country’s most prominent Republican, Save Jerseyans, so when he grants an increasingly rare interview to the mainstream media Read More

Round 2: Rand Upbraids Christie

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Rand Paul took his war of words with Chris Christie to the next level on Monday night’s edition of Hannity: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7u6u4mqVnU The highlights? Sen Paul called Gov. Christie’s 9/11 comments “sad and cheap” and accused Read More

Money is Pragmatic. Always Has Been!

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog There’s a solid but pretty obvious post up at Slate discussing how the so-called super donor class is positively predisposed to Governor Chris Christie but not-so-enamored with libertarianism or its higher profile adherents, notably Kentucky Senator Read More

Is Rand’s Ignorance Bliss?

OPINION: What would Rand Paul say if he knew what Christie knows? By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Much is being made in the political media today about the “harsh assessment of libertarianism” and its most popular current spokesman, Senator Rand Paul, that Governor Chris Christie delivered Read More

Lonegan Backs Rand Over Christie

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog In the wake of a very public war of words between Chris Christie and Rand Paul, U.S. Senate hopeful Steve Lonegan (R-NJ) is siding with the Kentucky Senator over his home state governor. “I agree Read More

Only 4 of 12 NJ Reps Backed Amash

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The Amash Amendment to curb the NSA’s data collection program failed narrowly in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday night, Save Jerseyans, by a vote of 217-205. Democrats supported the measure by a 111-to-83 margin; Read More