Tag: study

Is there a link between pot use and psychosis after all?

TRENTON, N.J. — The classic, overly-dramatic propaganda film “Reefer Madness” is a subject of satire and ridicule among modern Americans, particularly those who support the nationwide marijuana legalization trend which is set to overtake New Jersey, possibly even before the Read More

“Hey, it could be worse!” is a poor response to New Jersey’s problems | Egea

By Regina Egea _ “It could be worse” isn’t exactly a comforting motto for most life situations. But that’s the core message of the editorial “No, we’re not losing all the good people” about how things aren’t so bad in Read More

VIDEO: Murphy Spends Your Money to ‘Study’ Gun Violence

By The Staff _ Even as New Jersey passes dramatic new gun control laws, Governor Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) is planning to spend $2 million for a Center on Gun Violence Research. Save Jersey contributor Katie Cericola think it’s an investment worth questioning: – –

Over 57,000 New Jerseyans skipped town during this 12-month period

The U.S. Census Bureau released data on the week before Christmas detailing inward and outward migration throughout the United States between July 1, 2016 and July 1, 2017. “Domestic migration drove change in the two fastest-growing states, Idaho and Nevada, while an excess Read More

According to a liberal think tank? 9 in 10 New Jerseyans have nothing to fear from tax reform

It’s the time in which we live, Save Jerseyans. The New Jersey Democrat establishment and its lapdog friends in the media (here’s looking at you, Star-Ledger editorial page puppets) decided to be against the GOP federal tax reform bill, signed Read More

DUH! Feds Proclaim PennEast Pipeline’s ‘Limited’ Anticipated Impact

Despite the best efforts of enviroMENTALists to convince voters that the PennEast Pipeline project will end civilization as we know it in Central New Jersey, Save Jerseyans, we have more evidence that that’s not going to happen. On Friday, the Federal Energy Read More

SHOCK: Study Finds Discipline, Not Money, Makes Students Do Better

A study found that discipline, not money, is the best indicator of school performance. “Monetary investment in education is not sufficient to boost educational performance,” said Associate Professor Chris Baumann, a co-author of the study, which was featured in the Read More