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SCOTUS deals defeat to Morris County’s historic preservation fund program

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — Morris County government’s effort to continue distributing historic preservation funds to religious buildings has hit a U.S. Supreme Court brick wall. On Monday, writing for the High Court, Justice Brett Kavanaugh appeared to express some sympathy for Read More

NJSEN RACE: NRA’s Bach says Kavanaugh led him to back Hugin over Sabrin

TRENTON, N.J. — In the race for U.S. Senate? One of New Jersey’s leading Second Amendment advocates is voting Republican this year. NRA Board Member Scott Bach, the Executive Director for the Association of NJ Rifle & Pistol Clubs, sent Read More

Why I’m voting Republican (as an Independent) in 2018. | Gonzalèz

By Rev. Mario Gonzalèz _ I am an independent. That said, during the last presidential election I found myself making a hard decision and voting for someone I found morally reprehensible for the sole reason that I, as a Christian attorney, Read More

REPORT: FBI found “no hint of misconduct” in Kavanaugh probe

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senators received the results of an FBI probe into Judge Brett Kavanaugh and flimsy allegations of sexual assault on Wednesday evening, the same night as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell signaled his intention to move ahead with a Friday Read More

Kavanaugh-bashing Vitale isn’t just boorish; he’s forgotten his oath of office | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ All New Jersey legislators take a solemn oath to support the Constitution of the United States, Save Jerseyans. That may surprise you! Given how they behave. State Senator Joseph Vitale of (D-Middlesex) is presently exhibiting behavior Read More