Tag: report

Someone tell Phil: Scientists say fresh air, sunlight help combat COVID-19

By Matt Rooney _ As it turns out, Save Jerseyans, sunlight IS the best disinfectant. That’s according to researchers at UC-Davis and the University of Oregon, Save Jerseyans; they’ve published a new report on the benefits of airflow and natural Read More

Report details N.J. institutional corruption including guns as retirement gifts, paid time off for blood donations

TRENTON, N.J. – Institutionalized corruption continues to cost New Jersey taxpayers dearly. That’s the unspoken conclusion of a new report released Wednesday by the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation (SCI) focusing on waste and abuse in municipal government. – Read More

O’Scanlon scolds Murphy for “astounding” response to sexual harassment report

HOLMDEL, N.J. – This week, Governor Phil Murphy opined that he found a widely-discussed NJ.com report on sexual harassment in the New Jersey governmental and political sectors to be “shocking,” a curious reaction which drew disbelief from anyone familiar with Read More

Latest Cook Report ratings: 2020 NJ-02, NJ-03 races are ‘toss-up’ contests

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Cook Political Report, a mainstay of American political prognostication, says two of New Jersey’s hotly contested 2020 House districts are hosting ‘toss up’ races. The latest ratings (click here) released Friday project toss-up battles in NJ-02 Read More

DOJ Inspector General concludes: Comey violated FBI policies

WASHINGTON, D.C. – James “Jim” Comey, the former FBI director whose fall from grace represented a flash point of Trump-Russia saga, didn’t only participate in a witch hunt that went nowhere. He also violated DOJ and FBI policies That’s according Read More

STUDY: New Jersey’s highway system ranks last in performance, cost-effectiveness

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey continues to spend far more than its regional neighbors on roads. All the same, evidence has been pouring in for some time now that our infrastructure remains in surprisingly terrible shape relative to the taxpayers’ Read More