Tag: Race

N.J. Dem House hopefuls need to go on record: would they vote to impeach Kavanaugh?

By Matt Rooney _ The only thing rarer than presidential impeachment is Supreme Court justice impeachment, Save Jerseyans. We’ve impeached two president (Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton) in our nation’s short but busy history. Only Samuel Chase, a Federalist from Read More

DeFilippis: Morris GOP financial crisis is “fake news”

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — The Morris County Republican Party’s civil war spills back into the open tonight as candidates for the 11th Congressional District and Morris County Freeholder clash at The Chandelier in Flanders at 7 p.m. In the background is a fierce Read More

OPINION: “Weight” before you take the latest Monmouth University poll too seriously

By Art Gallagher _ Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray released a poll yesterday that, he says, indicates New Jersey’s Congressional Republicans are “facing hurricane force winds” and that all five New Jersey Republicans in the House of Representatives have a good chance Read More

RACISM: Booker says white guys shouldn’t be considered for top NY Fed Board post

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The New York Fed Board is poised to select a new president, but U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-Twitter) apparently doesn’t believe front runner John Williams, the current San Francisco Fed president, should get the post. Who does Booker Read More

NJ-11: Leading Garden State Trumpie backs Ghee while Webber plans major fundraising haul

By The Staff _ NUTLEY, N.J. — New Jersey Chairman of the 2016 Trump for President effort and Nutley Commissioner Steven Rogers endorsed NJ-11 GOP candidate Antony Ghee on Tuesday. “During the 2016 presidential election many of us worked very Read More

Caruso hits the brakes, rules out NJ-11 run at PAC launch event

On Thursday night, Wayne businessman Joe Caruso officially launched his new PAC, The Organization for Economic Growth, pulling in over $12,000 from a crowded event at Biagio’s in Paramus. Politicos from Bergen, Passaic, Essex and Morris counties were among the Read More

Cook moves NJ-11 into the toss-up column

Ominous news this morning for the House Appropriations Chairman and scion of a storied New Jersey political family, Save Jerseyans, but nothing anyone watching this year’s Midterm cycle taking shape couldn’t have told you months ago: – New @CookPolitical ratings: Read More

POLL: Murphy leads by 25 points in first ‘likely’ voter survey

Quinnipiac says it isn’t close. According to the first post-Labor Day public polling results, garnered from interviews with 875 “likely” New Jersey voters, Democrat Phil Murphy leads Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno by 25-points (58 – 33) percent. Guadagno wins Read More