Tag: state

Op-Ed: State, federal COVID-19 small business programs missed the mark | Bergen

By Brian Bergen _ State and federal programs to help small businesses have completely missed the mark. These programs were well received by legislators, and it is understandable that those who have never started or run a small business think Read More

Monmouth County bows to Murphy’s park closures; Sussex freeholder pens protest letter

FREEHOLD, N.J. – In most cases? New Jersey residents concerned that Phil Murphy has gone a bit (or a lot) too far with his draconian COVID-19 emergency orders can’t look to local Republican officials for leadership. On Tuesday, after the Read More

Sign Jay Webber’s petition to reopen N.J. parks

TRENTON, N.J. – Our friend Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26) of Morris County has launched a petition to reopen New Jersey’s county and state parks. “Respectfully, Governor, you should trust us more,” wrote Webber in a statement. “We are fully capable Read More

LIVE: Phil Murphy’s FY 2021 budget address

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy will deliver his third budget address on Tuesday, February 25th at 2:00 p.m. EST.  New spending, transit and pension investment, far-Left rhetoric, and a possible millionaire’s tax compromise between Steve Sweeney and the Governor Read More

Robinson resigns from N.J. Democrat State Committee

By Art Gallagher _ Bill Robinson, the Democrat volunteer operative and sign guy who former congressional candidate Tiffany Kaszuba accused of “concerning” and “unhealthy” behavior has resigned from the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, according to one of the Monmouth County Democrats who Read More