Tag: security

REPORT: DHS will review N.J. illegal alien driver’s license law

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to take a critical look at New Jersey’s and New York’s brand new laws permitting illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.  According to the Daily Caller, acting DHS Secretary Read More

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Andy Kim should listen to his voters on border security

By Mark Lemire _ Representative Andy Kim may be on the fence about border security, but his constituents know exactly what they want from their congressman in Washington. According to a new Public Opinion Strategies survey, voters in 10 congressional districts Read More

Post-Parkland, local N.J. officials call for a police officer in every school

WESTAMPTON, NJ — Last week’s deadly shooting rampage at a Parkland, Florida high school has reignited a national debate over how best to safeguard America’s softest domestic targets from mentally ill killers and ideological terrorists alike. Westampton Township Committeewoman Maureen Smith-Hartman Read More

UPDATE: Christie dismisses Newark Airport story as “pure fiction”

A widely-circulated story concerning Chris Christie and an embarrassing incident at Newark Airport is “pure fiction,” Save Jerseyans. So says the former governor. Here’s what he tweeted late Thursday: – Absolutely false story about my travel today. NJSP security detail Read More

REPORT: Newark Mayor’s ‘Protection Unit’ ran up $1M+ overtime bill

NEWARK, N.J. — The City of Newark’s finances are notoriously precarious, Save Jerseyans, so when money is wasted? It’s all the more offensive to the taxpayers who subsidize New Jersey’s most populous municipality. The latest example? According to a new Read More

You can still use N.J. driver’s license to board airplanes (for now)

New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver’s licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver’s licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft until at least Oct. 10, Read More

Hackers May Bring Back The Paper Ballot

Traditional paper ballots may be making a comeback, thanks to the slew of cybersecurity hacks hitting presidential candidates, the government and election databases. The 2000 presidential contest between Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee Al Gore was substantially Read More