Pew Study: NJ’s Pensions Are in Dire Shape; Yet Gov. Murphy Prefers to Please His Public Union Pals
The title of NJSpotlight’s recent article on New Jersey’s pensions,”Public pension funds in better shape, study says,” conveys an overly optimistic message. The body of the report does highlight some of Pew’s concerns about New Jersey…Read More
New Jersey’s Jobs Recovery One of the Worst in the Nation. Does Gov. Murphy Care?
New Jersey’s jobs recovery from COVID has been one of the weakest in the nation. NJBIZ reports that according to Pew Charitable Trusts, there were 6.3% fewer people working than prior to the pandemic, which…Read More
The NJEA Tries to Silence Sunlight Policy Center and Keep NJ Teachers in the Dark
Well, it looks like Sunlight’s campaign to inform New Jersey teachers of their 1st Amendment rights has hit a nerve. It appears that the NJEA has written up a Facebook hit piece on Sunlight to counter…Read More
NJ Teacher Speaks to Fellow Teachers: You Can Leave the NJEA Now and Stop Paying $1,500 Dues
Courageous Montville teacher Mark Mansour made an inspiring and impassioned plea to his fellow teachers at a rally in Trenton, right across from the NJEA’s sparkling $15 million headquarters – paid for by New Jersey teachers’…Read More