Insider NJ’s 2023 Retrospective: The Year In Review (PDF)

Welcome to the 2023 Insider NJ Retrospective, where we examine the most significant contests and political developments of the past year. Certainly, the biggest stories of the year include U.S. Senator Bob Menendez getting indicted (again), this time for allegedly working as an instrument of the Egyptian government, and Democrats handily holding onto the Legislature.

The GOP tried to make battleground contests about “parental rights,” in the aftermath of Attorney General Matt Plakin’s attempt to reinstate school district policies protecting the privacy of LGBTQ students.  “Put simply,” said Platkin, “we can both keep parents informed about their children’s development and protect the civil rights of our most vulnerable students. Our laws require nothing less.”

Battleground Democrats fought back with a two-pronged argument for the most part that included the guarantee of reproductive freedom for women (especially important on the heels of the United States Supreme Court’s revocation of Roe v. Wade), and a plan to address rising senior citizen costs.

Finally, at least on Election Day, it proved a pretty status quo year, even with Menendez doing his level best (or worst) to shock the static system with his gold bar caper, as the entire country now revs up for a likely rematch between incumbent President Joe Biden, a Democrat, and his multiply indicted Republican challenger, former President Donald Trump.

Praying for peace in the Middle East, and the enduring strength of America.

As always, we’ll see you on the other side.

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4 responses to “Insider NJ’s 2023 Retrospective: The Year In Review (PDF)”

  1. Platkin talks from both sides of his mouth. The most vulnerable are parents who are the last to know on what’s going on with their children. Platkin was silent and nowhere to be found on the Murphy campaign organization rape case!

  2. Two things that stand out: Platkin lies when he says after the GOP tried to make battleground contests about “parental rights,” in the aftermath of Attorney General Matt Plakin’s attempt to reinstate school district policies protecting the privacy of LGBTQ students. “Put simply,” said Platkin, “we can both keep parents informed about their children’s development and protect the civil rights of our most vulnerable students. Our laws require nothing less.” This is more B.S. from a Socialist Government operative in NJ. When they tell you they’re going to protect you, you know they’re lying. The government is not here to protect you, so says the U.S. Supreme Court in DeShaney v. Winnebago (1989) (child abuse murder case), and Castle Rock v. Gonzalez (2005) (domestic violence murder case). The SCOTUS held in both cases that the government owes no duty to protect its citizens.

    The second point: Battleground Democrats fought back with a two-pronged argument for the most part that included the guarantee of reproductive freedom for women. REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS IS A BUZZWORD FOR MURDER OF CHILDREN IN THE WOMB (AND NOW, OUT OF THE WOMB)!!!!! Democrats are the Party of Murder and Death. They subscribe to the two SCOTUS cases that the government owes no duty to protect its citizens.

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