Is NJ in for a Decade of Non-Competitive Elections? [AUDIO]
Redistricting in done every ten years after U.S. Census numbers are tallied and population shifts are determined. This year, New Jersey lost one congressional seat as a result of redistricting and that’s the reason there was one competitive primary yesterday. Redistricting protected incumbents which…
NJ Gang Banger Gets Three Decades In The Slammer
He goes by the names “B.G.,” “T-Bird” and “Reek Boy,” but for the next 30 years Torien Brooks will be known as a prisoner of the State of New Jersey.
Chris Christie Says NJ Can’t Afford Not to Cut Taxes [AUDIO]
The constitutional deadline for a signed and balanced State Budget is midnight June 30th, less than four weeks from today. Sagging state revenues have many wondering if any of the three competing tax cut plans afloat in Trenton are going to go under. Governor Chris Christie insists there will be a t…
Governor Christie’s Much Touted Bi-Partisanship In Jeopardy? [AUDIO]
On the national stage, Republican Governor Christie loves to regale audiences with stories of how he gets things done for the State of New Jersey by working with Democrats and the crowds all but swoon every time he weaves that narrative.
Chris Christie Draws Battle Lines After His Latest Supreme Court Pick Is Defeated [AUDIO]
Yesterday, the Democrat-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee rejected Governor Chris Christie’s nomination of Bruce Harris to the State Supreme Court.
Chris Christie’s 2nd Supreme Court Pick Likely To Be Rejected Today [VIDEO]
In March, Phil Kwon, one of Governor Chris Christie’s two nominees to fill vacancies on the State Supreme Court became the first nominee in modern history to be rejected by the State Senate Judiciary Committee.
Stay Right Unless Passing On NJ’s Highways Or Face Stiffer Fines [AUDIO]
Few things tick off drivers more than being stuck behind a slow moving car in the left lane.
Chris Christie’s Budget Calls For $1.64 Billion In One-Shots [AUDIO]
Since taking office, Governor Chris Christie has railed against past Governors for using one-time revenue streams, known as one-shots to balance State Budgets.
NJ’s Young People Getting Hooked On Drugs At Alarming Rate [AUDIO]
Yesterday, the Task Force on Heroin and Other Opiate Use Amongst New Jersey’s Youth and Young Adults held the first in a series of public meetings.
Shutdown Talk Creeps Into State House Conversations [AUDIO]
“There won’t be a state shutdown this year.” “Do you think there will be a shutdown?” “There’s no way there will be a shutdown.” “I think we might be headed toward a shutdown.&Cl…