Tag: New Jersey

‘Everybody’s Terrified’: Governor Races to Christian Immigrants Under ICE ‘Attack’

Ed Lynn- January 26, 2018

Gov. Murphy races to sanctuary church after ICE detains 2 in N.J. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLwNR-mTfnM Jeff Goldman NJ.com Gov. Phil Murphy rushed to a church Thursday that has ... Read More

In New Jersey Republicans seek to weaken gun control after Las Vegas, Texas massacres

Ed Lynn- December 5, 2017

WASHINGTON -- House Republicans are bringing up their first gun rights bill for a vote since the deadly Las Vegas massacre: a measure that would ... Read More

Fox’s Hannity Gives Dem Victory Only 6 Seconds of Airtime, Then Pivots to Nazi Ex-Trump Adviser

Ed Lynn- November 8, 2017

Fox News host Sean Hannity devoted all of six seconds of his show Hannity to the result of the Virginia gubernatorial election as the results ... Read More

Hillary Clinton takes a stand for workers, slams Chris Christie for vetoing wage hike

Editor SCD- September 1, 2016

TRENTON -- Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took a swipe at Chris Christie on Wednesday, slamming him for his Tuesday veto of a bill to ... Read More

A hurricane and a blowhard: Chris Christie tries to fly on Joaquin’s wind | Mulshine

Editor SCD- October 3, 2015

If ever a man needed a hurricane, it was Chris Christie. That was painfully evident Friday as our part-time governor made a tour of the ... Read More

Chris Christie expresses intent to screw Americans as he did New Jersians (VIDEO)

Editor SCD- September 14, 2015

Chris Christie blames unions for dismal New Jersey economy Chris Christie is a piece of work. He has driven his state to nine downgrades. His ... Read More

Could New Jersey Minimum Wage Proposal Work – Even In ‘Expensive’ Towns?

Ed Lynn- March 20, 2015

How an "expensive" N.J. community might handle town-by-town minimum wage proposal MONTCLAIR — A township official says an Assembly proposal that would allow municipalities in ... Read More

Not ‘Illegal,’ But ‘Immoral’

Ed Lynn- August 16, 2014

The head of a New Jersey board that determines how the state invests its pension money was in direct contact with top political and campaign ... Read More