Tag: state

Who cares how good N.J. schools are if their students flee after graduation?

By Matt Rooney _ There’s a new study out which you may’ve seen or heard about in the news, Save Jerseyans, trumpeting New Jersey’s public schools as the second best in the nation. I have my issues with the methodology Read More

Op-Ed: N.J. Democrats cannot separate themselves from our far-left governor

By Christopher P. DePhillips _ Democrat politicians continue to talk like they want lower taxes and lower spending, but they write and pass budgets that assault the pocket books of the middle-class by increasing taxes and spending by billions of dollars.  Read More

Monmouth Democrats silent as vote to keep racetrack open during shutdown is tabled

TRENTON, N.J. — Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-13) expressed exasperation on Saturday ahead of a possible state government shutdown after Democrats tabled her proposal to keep New Jersey’s racetrack and casinos, including Monmouth Park, open even if legislators and the governor fail to Read More

GOP Legislator: State budget shutdown threat “is ALL on Murphy”

TRENTON, N.J. — Who’s to blame for what’s looking like a highly probable state government shutdown this weekend? One precipitated by a Democrat civil war not over whether to raise tax but, rather, which taxes to raise? Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll (R-25) Read More

ICE thumbs its nose at “politically driven” opposition, arrests 60 more in Phil Murphy’s New Jersey

NEWARK, N.J. – New Jersey’s far-left Governor Phil Murphy is a proponent of sanctuary statehood, but that hasn’t stopped U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents from sweeping the state. On Monday, ICE announced that it had, in conjunction with Removal Read More