Tag: state legislature

VIDEO: Jon Bramnick’s Big Debut

The late Alex DeCroce’s political heir apparent held his first large-scale presser yesterday, Save Jerseyans. Asm. Jon Bramnick’s stated mission? To establish his Assembly Republican caucus, down one seat since the November elections, as the party of “priorities” in Trenton: Read More

Guest Op-ed: Change the State of the Union

During his campaign, Barack Obama built a platform of ‘hope’ and ‘change’—promising to bring Americans together, not drive them apart; promising to lead, not follow; promising to fundamentally change the American landscape. Listening to the President’s State of the Union Read More

Trenton’s Democrats Rooting Against Gay Marriage Bill

Yup. That’s not a typo, Save Jerseyans. It’s only the dirtiest little non-secret in Trenton. You wouldn’t know it from reading their nauseatingly self-righteous press releases, but I assure you New Jersey’s leading Democrats are all-too-happy to sit back and Read More

NJ GOP Got 48% of Legislative Vote, But Under 40% of the Seats, in Election 2011

We’re one week into a new legislative session, Save Jerseyans. Approximately 60%+ of the seats in our State Legislature are occupied by Democrats who will consequently control the day-to-day agenda. A solidly far-left, anti-liberty, spend-happy legislature is the sad reality Read More

Spadea Non Grata?

The Republican Assembly caucus is about to grow by one, Save Jerseyans. Up to 200 Republican committee members will gather tonight to fill the vacated seat of LD16’s late Assemblyman Peter Biondi. Post-redistricting, the new LD16 includes Branchburg, Delaware, Flemington, Hillsborough, Read More

Christie’s Voorhees Town Hall Foreshadows Looming Budget Battle

Yesterday, Governor Christie held his first town hall meeting of 2012 in my hometown of Voorhees. The speech, while more conversational in form to be sure, would have read quite a bit like Tuesday’s ‘State of the State’ speech. Christie Read More