Something worthy of Hudson County politics took place this week in Sussex County. It’s not surprising because the insider candidate for the Republican nod to replace Parker Space as Freeholder is a long-time Democrat Party campaign operative in Hudson County. Yep, GOP Freeholder hopeful George Graham has made a career out of running the campaigns of some of the biggest Democrat skunks in the Hudson County swamp.

That makes two Hudson County operatives running for Republican nominations in Sussex County this year. The other is Rick Shaftan, candidate for Republican State Committeeman and the consultant for triple-dipper Mayor/Legislator/Public Employee Nick Sacco, the Democrat who represents part of Hudson County in the State Senate. Read the rest of this entry »


Americans for Liberty, an organization that promoted controversial Agenda 21 campaigner Maggie Roddin, attacked Governor Chris Christie this week for his turnabout on accepting an expansion of Medicaid funding in New Jersey to cover 300,000 state residents without healthcare coverage. The group’s Facebook page branded the Republican Governor “a useless traitor”.

Last summer, Americans for Liberty got into hot water for promoting the speaking tour of Maggie Roddin, who frequently hosts holocaust deniers and neo-Nazis (Roddin calls them “freedom fighters”) on her Internet radio program. Read the rest of this entry »

There are lots of neo-Fascists around.  Some are of the limp leftist variety, while others are the ramrod uptight of the right.  Both hate speech because they fear speech and lack the confidence or brains to parry it in the open market.

Hating free speech – especially free political speech – is un-American.  Politics in America has always been a brawl.  This is something very often forgotten by those who evoke images of wigged 18th century gentlemen but forget the violent exchanges that led to the birth of our country. Read the rest of this entry »

Protect New Jersey’s Children

Posted: February 8, 2013 in NJGOP
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A million dollars is spent each year to prevent school children from calling each other names but nothing is spent to protect schools from invasion by an armed criminal.  What is wrong with the priorities of the legislative Democrats who sponsored A2709?


This legislation appropriated $1 million to “implement bullying prevention programs and anti-bullying training programs” in New Jersey schools but does nothing to prevent a criminal who, in defiance of every gun law man can devise, takes a weapon into a no-gun school zone, forces his way into a school, and then starts a murderous rampage. Read the rest of this entry »

Next Saturday, January 19th, a cross-section of New Jersey conservatives will meet to discuss the future of the Republican Party, and the future of their movement.  The public is invited to listen to the discussion and will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session. Read the rest of this entry »