Tag: Speech

TRUMP: “The world witnessed the awesome power of American defiance” on 9/11

ARLINGTON, VA – President Donald Trump delivered remarks on Wednesday morning at the Pentagon commemorating the 18th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. “Even in the midst of the attack, the world witnessed the awesome power of American Read More

VIDEO: George W. Bush’s 9/11/01 Oval Office Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. – September 11, 2001 was one of the longest days of many Americans’ lives. We’ve been asking our readers about their memories of that day this morning.  The world was instantly transformed. The “War On Terror” began. Before Read More

Pelosi broke House rules to call Trump ‘racist.’ These swing district N.J. Dems backed her up.

WASHINGTON, D.C.- It was pandemonium on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday night, Save Jerseyans, when Speaker Nancy Pelosi broke chamber rules and called Donald Trump a “racist” in her speech supporting a resolution denouncing the Read More

LIVE: Murphy’s FY 2020 budget address at 2 p.m.

By The Staff _ More taxes and more spending appear to be on the menu for Governor Phil Murphy’s second budget speech, one which will assuredly attack criticism from Republicans, business groups, and an increasingly hostile legislative Democrat majority aligned Read More

Murphy signals more spending, higher taxes ahead of Tuesday’s budget address

TRENTON, N.J. — Anyone expecting Governor Phil Murphy to reverse course in his second-ever budget address appears destined for disappointment, Save Jerseyans. Murphy will present the outline of his FY 2020 proposal to a solidly-Democratic but less-than-solidly pro-Murphy legislature on Read More

Schepisi reacts to Murphy’s #SOTS: N.J. may need ‘to build a wall to keep residents in’

TRENTON, N.J. — Reaction to Governor Phil Murphy’s first state of the state address was far from unanimously positive on Tuesday, Save Jerseyans. Critics included Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi (R-39).  “Not one mention of any initiative to combat high property taxes, unaffordability Read More

Four years after the Rice debacle, College Republicans decry Rutgers hypocrisy ahead of Clinton visit

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Back in 2014, Rutgers students and members of the university faculty hounded former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice into voluntarily pulling out of her prior commitment to serve as commencement speaker. The protest concerned Rice’s involvement Read More