Tag: states

Tax Day 2019: New Jersey is America’s 5th least economically competitive state

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey notched another negative distinction this tax day. A new report from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) analyzing states’ economic competitiveness found New Jersey stuck near the bottom of the list at 46th.  _ Click Read More

An unspoken truth: Obama’s behavior doomed the Syrian refugees

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Almost exactly one year ago today, Save Jerseyans, when President Barack Obama usurped Congress’s constitutional authority to set U.S. immigration policy in a manner unprecedented in American history, New Jersey’s Leonard Lance warned us Read More

How High Will NJ Minimum Wage Go?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The only honest answer is “who knows,” Save Jerseyans, after our fellow voters adopted an insane ballot measure to constitutionally tether New Jersey’s minimum wage to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) on November 5th. Nine Read More

RNC Wants NJ in Play for 2016

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This one’s for our political demographers in the audience: On Monday, Save Jerseyans, the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced that it is deploying “Hispanic engagement staff” in seven U.S. states: California, Florida, New Jersey, New Read More

America’s 9th Most Corrupt State

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog HBO’s Atlantic City-based Boardwalk Empire starts up again for its fourth season on Sunday, Save Jerseyans. What an appropriate time for the folks over at Business Insider to evaluate America’s most corrupt states! It’s almost Read More

Jersey’s Moving Van Blues

The Northeast Continues to Rank High in Outbound Moves By Scott Alexander | The Save Jersey Blog The success of any State, County or Municipality can be measured by the desire of people and businesses to move to that location. In a recent Read More