Tag: shooting

MacArthur praises police, compares mail bomber incident to Scalise’s shooting

TOMS RIVER, N.J. — A suspect was in custody on Friday afternoon in the case of several bombs (or attempts at bombs) which were mailed to prominent Democrat politicians.  Congressman Tom MacArthur (R, N.J.-03) thanked law enforcement and called for calm Read More

REPORT: Suspected Long Branch killer is allegedly undocumented

LONG BRANCH, N.J. — A brutal slaying in Long Branch (Monmouth County) was allegedly perpetrated by a man who is present in the United States on an expired visa. According to prosecutors, Miguel Leal Camara, age 40, is “charged with first Read More

NJ-05 Fact Check: Lonegan says McCann’s father wasn’t shot by a terrorist. Who’s right?

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. — A Friday afternoon Republican debate on WRNJ Radio out of Hackettstown got ugly quickly and never quite recovered, Save Jerseyans. That’s no surprise. The tenor of this year’s NJ-05 GOP congressional primary race has been hyper-personal from Read More

VIDEO: Rooney defends police from race-baiting after controversial Brooklyn shooting

TRENTON, N.J. — The NYPD came under fire last week after a reportedly bipolar Brooklyn man, wielding a pipe that looked very much like a revolver, pointed the pipe at civilians and police officers before being fatally shot by the responding Read More

Local N.J. official: Maryland shooting outcome underscores need for police in our schools

By Matt Rooney _ A school shooting suspect is dead — and two are injured — after an incident early this morning at a Maryland high school. What’s the difference between two injured (Maryland’s Great Mills High School) and 17 Read More

Parkland: The Ultimate Argument for Limited Government in America

By Matt Rooney _ Here’s something I don’t hear anyone else saying on television/radio/etc, Save Jerseyans, and it’s driving my blood pressure into the stratosphere: Everyone knew Cruz was a monster. That’s an uncontroversial conclusion in of itself. The school Read More

Parkland shooter always in trouble, never expelled. Why didn’t school system do more?

MIAMI — At times, Nikolas Cruz’s behavior could be a school administrator’s nightmare: Teachers and other students said he kicked doors, cursed at teachers, fought with and threatened classmates and brought a backpack with bullets to school. He collected a Read More