After a long year, we are here to declare better days are ahead and closer than it seems, thanks in large part to the sacrifices New Jerseyans have made in the past year.
An ill-advised whisper campaign against Valerie Vainieri Huttle is exactly the kind of behavior Loretta Weinberg has fought against her whole career.
No matter the verdict in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, it is time for lawmakers to move on.
The removal of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) from her committee is a needed first step by our leaders in Washington to confront the extremists’ views of domestic terrorists.
By presenting a unified front and making this a legislative priority, lawmakers in Washington are looking to put the residents of North Jersey—and their wallets— first.
Now is the time for GOP centrists to disavow the extremists in their party and make their message the ones their fellow Americans hear again.
President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States today.
We are choosing to see the stars in the darkness that have overtaken our world since March 4, 2020.
State health officials are bracing for and expected COVID-19 surge over the next month.
Over 650,000 New Jerseyans have signed up at the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System for the COVID-19 vaccine in its first week.
A bipartisan effort must be made to rid those who are supported and give air to these extremists groups.
There are many proclamations and hopes of what 2021 will bring. Let us add ours: the rise of the political center in both parties to unite us again as a nation.
The last week and the promise of an expanding COVID-19 vaccine program are reminders when our elected officials work together, big things can be accomplished.
For those that think New Jersey GOP voters are less inclined to believe the messaging coming from President Trump, we have some bad news for you.