Tag: numbers

According to a liberal think tank? 9 in 10 New Jerseyans have nothing to fear from tax reform

It’s the time in which we live, Save Jerseyans. The New Jersey Democrat establishment and its lapdog friends in the media (here’s looking at you, Star-Ledger editorial page puppets) decided to be against the GOP federal tax reform bill, signed Read More

How Many Real Obamacare Enrollees in New Jersey? They Won’t Tell Us!

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The success (or failure) of a government program is always a matter of perspective, Save Jerseyans. Liberals generally believe success is judged by the amount of money spent. Conservatives, alternatively, are results-oriented. One of the Read More

10 Mind-Blowing Pension Numbers

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’m not in the habit of transcribing press releases or talking points, Save Jerseyans, but Governor Christie’s office released a list of ten pension-related stats following Tuesday’s press conference in LBI that’s definitely Read More

Rothenberg Moves NJ-03 to ‘Tilt GOP’

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Another major institution of political prognostication is recognizing a decidedly pro-GOP trend in NJ-03, Save Jerseyans; this time, it’s “Pure Toss-Up” to Toss-Up/Tilt Republican.” “Barack Obama won the district twice, so this is the type Read More

Good News, Bad News Polls For Christie

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Two polls release this morning indicate that the news avalanche over “Bridgegate;” the George Washington Bridge lane closures and Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer’s allegations that Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and other Christie Administration officials said that Sandy relief Read More