Tag: pa

Christie’s axing of bi-state tax deal reportedly upsets businesses

CAMDEN — Gov. Chris Christie’s move to do away with a decades-old income tax agreement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania has upset some major players in South Jersey businesses. According to Philly.com, the axing of the reciprocal income tax agreement Read More

Protesters Confront Christie, Corbett in PA

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie might’ve actually enjoyed his visit to the Pittsburgh area on Friday in his capacity as RGA Chairman, Save Jerseyans, notwithstanding the hordes of liberal protesters who showed up to shadow incumbent Republican Governor Tom Read More

Why I’d Never Back Tom Wolf

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’ve got our own spring elections to worry about both tomorrow (May 13th) and June 3rd, Save Jerseyans, but some of you might be following the pitched Democrat gubernatorial primary battle across the Delaware in Pennsylvania. Read More

Dom Time DREAM Act Debate

Discussing the DREAM Act (VIDEO) By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I had the pleasure of joining Philadelphia conservative talker Dom Giordano on his “Dom Time” television program last week, Save Jerseyans. The topic? DREAM Act proposals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania Read More

REPORT: Approximately 35k Rally for Romney Sunday Night in Bucks County (PHOTO)

Our contributor Susanne LaFrankie is in the crowd tonight at Mitt Romney’s Yardley, Pennsylvania (Bucks County) rally, located just 10-15 minutes across the Delaware River from Trenton. Apparently it’s been another record turnout for Governor Romney who has drawn huge Read More

SUNDAY: Rally with Romney Tomorrow Near Trenton!

Pennsylvania is officially in play, Save Jerseyans. Mitt Romney’s campaign is staging a massive rally in Yardley, Pennsylvania tomorrow, Sunday November 4, 2012 at 5:00 pm. The rally location is just about 10 to 15 minutes west of Trenton. No Read More

#FAIL: Voter ID Law Sidelined by PA Court for Election 2012

Logic be damned, Save Jerseyans! This is politics, and when judges get political, democracy suffers. Moments ago, we learned that the Pennsylvania voter id law is officially off the table for Election 2012. I suppose that’s why the PA Supreme Read More