Tag: schedule

Trenton’s next overreach: ‘restrictive scheduling’ regulations for your employer

By Matt Rooney _ It almost seems like a bad joke but it’s very, very real, Save Jerseyans. It’s also proof that the line between “progressivism” and full-blown socialism/communism is extremely blurry and often illusory. I’m referring to the latest Read More

Let’s call this latest bill what it is: Naked Communism!

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I though this was a good one to discuss on Tax Day, Save Jerseyans, since this bill clearly illustrates why the worst Republican candidate is still preferable to the best Democrat commie Read More

Christie’s attack on Rubio doesn’t pass the laugh test

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Marco Rubio and Chris Christie are fighting for second place in New Hampshire this holiday season, Save Jerseyans, so it’s to be expected that they’d start dropping some less-than-festive elbows. The state could Read More

Christie viaja a México

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie leaves for Mexico on Wednesday, Save Jerseyans, undertaking a 3-day trip to described to the press as a “trade mission” but, if we’re being honest, is intended to double as yet Read More

Traveling Christie Files Direct Appointments

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog None of Friday’s appointments require the advice and consent of the Senate; Kim Guadagno remains acting governor through Saturday until the Governor returns to New Jersey on Sunday from a western state RGA swing (and a Read More

Christie Headed to CPAC 2014

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog h/t Yahoo News for the scoop:  “We are very excited to announce that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will speak at CPAC 2014,” American Conservative Union Chairman Al Cardenas told Yahoo News. “At this year’s CPAC Read More

LIVE: The Christie Inauguration

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Welcome to Inauguration Day 2014, Save Jerseyans. Bridgegate is the backdrop for pundits but Christie core supporters intend to focus on last November’s historic victory as well as whatever else lies ahead in the weeks Read More