Tag: political

Save Jersey’s Rooney named to top 100 list of ‘most powerful people in New Jersey politics’

By The Staff _ The Save Jersey Team would like to congratulate our founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney for his inclusion on the 2018 New Jersey Globe Power List comprised of “New Jersey’s 100 most political powerful personalities” as ranked by that site’s editorial Read More

This N.J. anti-Trump group hosted its ‘flip the House’ event at… a church?

By Matt Rooney _ FYI, Save Jerseyans: If you’re not familiar with it, BlueWaveNJ based in Montclair, New Jersey is another far-left group which organizes to elect Democrat candidates and defeat Republican incumbents. They’re a dime a dozen these days.  Read More

EDITORIAL: We’re out of our minds looking for things to be outraged about

The times, they are a terror. Robert Mueller needs suspects in his pursuit of collaborators with the Russians, so he’s recycling suspects he had already indicted once. Patriots in Seattle, terrified that Stonewall Jackson and Jeb Stuart, if not Marse Read More

The 10 Types of People You’ll Encounter at Political Events

By Matt Rooney _ The holiday season is long over, Save Jerseyans. So are the inauguration/reorganization festivities. That means it’s almost rubber chicken season. A dizzying array of local fundraisers, county conventions, Lincoln/Reagan Day dinners and other assorted political events are about Read More

Planned Parenthood Arms Spend Over $38 Million to Elect Democrats

In the past three election cycles, Planned Parenthood’s advocacy and political arms, employees, and their families have spent over $38 million to elect or defeat candidates for federal office who decide how much taxpayers subsidize the nation’s largest abortion provider. Read More

Trump To Propose Ideological Test For All Potential Immigrants

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is expected to propose a political test for all immigrants wanting to come to the United States in order to assess their views on American values. Immigration candidates would be tested on their position on Read More