MMM publisher Art Gallagher has once again been named to InsiderNJ’s Insider 100 Media List…just barely this year, coming in at #99 after being number 47 in the inaugural list in 2017.
Thanks to Editor Max Pizarro for the recognition and especially for using better picture of Gallagher this year.
Congratulations to all the journalists, columnists and bloggers who made the list.
Special thank yous to U.S. Senator Cory Booker and Kivvit for that ads congratulating all the recipients.
Posted: October 9th, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Media, Monmouth County News, New Jersey, News, NJ Media | Tags: Insider 100 Media List, InsiderNJ, Monmouth County News, MoreMonmouthMusings, New Jersey, NJ Media | 3 Comments »
Thanks to our friends at NJSpotlight and NJ News Commons, New Jersey election results will be available up to the minute on MoreMonmouthMusings.
Through NJSpotlight’s widget readers can view live results in the Presidential race in New Jersey by county and Congressional races by district. A widget will also be updating the statewide results of Ballot Questions 1 and 2.
MMM editor Art Gallagher will be reporting on the County and Municipal races live from Monmouth GOP’s headquarters at the American Hotel in Freehold.
The polls close at 8pm. We’ll report results and updates and we get them.
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Posted: November 8th, 2016 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2016 Elections, Monmouth County News | Tags: 2016 Election Results, Art Gallagher, Monmouth County News, MoreMonmouthMusings, NJ News Commons, NJ Spotlight | Comments Off on Get Election Results Live At MoreMonmouthMusings
Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon led the effort to terminate New Jersey’s Red Light Camera Program.
O’Scanlon and Co. have been relentless in monitoring the Red Light Camera Program and telling the truth about it. They have hired independent experts to investigate complaints and document fraud within the program. They have sorted through data that has regularly been obfuscated by the red light camera companies (and bureaucrats friendly to them) to reflect improved safety conditions at RCL intersections where in fact conditions had often worsened. They have worked hard in getting the word out about the program’s failure and corruption. They have countered expensive advertising campaigns by the red light camera companies and countered expensive lobbyists working the halls of the Statehouse, without the benefit of the profits the red light camera companies stole from the motoring public to fund their efforts.
In thwarting the Red Light Camera Program’s renewal, O’Scanlon has proved himself to be “the real deal”….a leader who fights for the right thing because it is the right thing. He is an example of what a “public servant” should be.
Christine Giordano Hanlon
Dubbed The Architect by Monmouth GOP Chairman Shaun Golden, Hanlon designed Golden’s defeat of John Bennett for leadership of the County Party, avenging her razor thin 3 vote defeat by Bennett in 2012. By building a coalition of previous regional rivals and splitting Bennett’s 2012 coalition, which he failed to nourish, Hanlon demonstrated strategic leadership without seeking the limelight or accolades.
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Posted: December 31st, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County, Opinion | Tags: Art Gallagher, Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon, Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty, Christine Hanlon, Declan O'Scanlon, Governor Chris Christie, Jon Hornik, Juan Malave, MoreMonmouthMusings, Rob Nicastro, Vin Gopal, Winners and Losers, Winners and Losers of 2014 | 22 Comments »
The Asbury Park Press wants their readers back so bad that they are advertising on MoreMonmouthMusings! Their ad sneaked in this morning through a national syndicate we participate in. We’d have to think long and hard about accepting their ad had they contacted us directly, because we have major reservations about the product they produce.
But, we’ll accept their ad as an endorsement of how well MMM has been able to attract the attention of Monmouth County and New Jersey readers.
To celebrate the endorsement, we’re having a sale.
APP’s ad is offering 50% off on subscriptions for three months. We promise to keep our content free for three months.
We’re offering 50% off on ads for three months, starting on November 5. We’re sold out until then for most ad packages. This is a great deal for retailers, restaurants, theaters, car dealers, contractors, real estate brokers, lawyers, accountants and banks, especially as we enter the holiday season.
MMM’s traffic is up 41%, year to date over 2013, and growing. We’ve already exceeded our 2013 readership by 81,000, and we’re only two weeks into the fourth quarter of the year.
If you want to get in on this great deal, contact Art Gallagher now at [email protected] or 732-208-2240. Don’t wait. This offer expires on October 31.
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Posted: October 15th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Advertisement, Art Gallagher, Asbury Park Press, Monmouth County | Tags: Advertising, Art Gallagher, MMM, Monmouth County, MoreMonmouthMusings, Things to do in Monmouth County | 2 Comments »
Yes, after 4,000 posts, it is about time.
MoreMonmouthMusings just got a little more useful and a little more user friendly. We’ve finally added a search function. It’s on the top of the right sidebar, just above the first ad.
Want to know the glorious history of the Bayshore Tea Party Group or what to do if your generator won’t start? Now that information is easier to find.
Who were the Monmouth County Freeholder candidates in 2010? Got it. Who is the former nude model who held a fundraiser for Chris Christie? Enter nude model, Christie.
Curious about any Monmouth County or New Jersey political news since 2010? Try out the search function.
Posted: April 24th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Art Gallagher | Tags: MoreMonmouthMusings, Search, Search function | Comments Off on Search function added
Following the lead of MoreMonmouthMusings, the Middletown Democrats and the Asbury Park Press have endorsed Congressman Frank Pallone for the Democratic nomination to complete the term of the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg.
Frank Pallone at 2010 Highlands Clamfest.
The 19th annual clamfest ends today in Highlands. Pallone was there on Friday night
MMM, the first website in the world to endorse Pallone for the Senate nomination, did so on June 25 because the congressman asked publisher Art Gallagher for help, because Gallagher believes the Republican nominee, likely to be former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan, stands a better chance against Pallone than against Newark Mayor Cory Booker, and most importantly, a vacancy in Pallone’s 6th district congressional seat would be fantastic for MMM’s web traffic. Our advertisers would love it!
The Middletown Dems say they endorsed Pallone because he “did the best he could” on a variety of issues. In reality, they are hoping for money from Pallone to fund races even porn distributors are taking a pass on.
The Asbury Park Press endorsed Pallone, even though they say, “Voters can’t go wrong, no matter which way they lean in this primary, ” because they hope hometown Pallone will spend some advertising dollars,drive up newsstand sales and website visits.
All three endorsements come down to money. Only MMM will admit that. We like money and we need it! Go Frank Go!
Posted: August 4th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2013 Election, Art Gallagher, Asbury Park Press, Frank Pallone, Middletown Democrats, Pallone, Senate Special Election | Tags: Art Gallagher, Asbury Park Press, endorsements, Frank Pallone, Middletown Democrats, MMM, MoreMonmouthMusings, Neptune Nudniks | 11 Comments »
The Bellew for State Senate campaign issued a press release this morning wherein they refer to MoreMonmouthMusings and its commenters as “a sympathetic band of faux journalists who could appear on campaign reports for in-kind contributions as paid communication staff.”
The Kyrillos campaign issued a childish response to a serious issue regarding the hypocrisy of Joe Kyrillos, Declan O’Scanlon, and Amy Handlin using a taxpayer funded website to praise a group in the face that they have been stabbing in the back politically. Calling the Tea Party silly and outrageous, the Kyrillos continues to demonstrate a distain for citizen patriots fighting to make New Jersey and America stronger. He knows that the voters are not warming up to him as they learn about his liberal voting record. So instead of engaging them at a candidate event, he and his campaign have turned to a sympathetic band of faux journalists who could appear on campaign reports for in-kind contributions as paid communication staff.
MMM is the only media outlet that carried the Kyrillos campaign’s statement calling Bellew “silly and foolish” over her press release attacking Kyrillos, O’Scanlon and Handlin for their release condemning the IRS and the Obama Administration for their illegal targeting of Conservative and Tea Party groups.
What a difference seven weeks makes.
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Posted: May 22nd, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 13th Legislative District, 2013 Election, Art Gallagher, Barbara Gonzalez, Leigh-Ann Bellew | Tags: Art Gallagher, Barbara Gonzalez, Leigh-Ann Bellew, MoreMonmouthMusings | 6 Comments »
By Art Gallagher
Oracle released a fix to the Java vulnerability we reported last night. The company said another update is due out “soon.” You can access the fix here.
Or, you can do what multiple computer security experts are suggesting and disable or uninstall Java unless you know you need it.
MoreMonmouthMusings is not a tech site and doesn’t pretend to be. If you want more technical information, we recommend:
ZDNet: Security experts on Java: Fixing zero-day exploit could take ‘two years’
Technical comments from anonymous sources are not welcome on this post. If you are a known commenter with a valid email address, your contributions are welcome. If you are a new commenter who wants to contribute technical information, your comment will be moderated until your identity is verified.
Posted: January 14th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Art Gallagher, Computer Security, Department of Homland Security | Tags: arstechnia, Art Gallagher, Computerworld, Forbes, Java, Java 7, Java exploit, Java vulnerability, KrebsOnSecurity, Mashable, MoreMonmouthMusings, NakedSecurity, Oracle | 3 Comments »
By Art Gallagher
If you’ve been surfing the net over the last few days, you are very likely at risk for identity theft. Your networks could be at risk.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has announced that hackers have discovered and are exploiting a flaw in Java security that could allow the installation of malicious software and malware on your computer.
DHS is recommending that computer users disable or uninstall Java until further notice.
Most anti-virus, firewall and malware detection programs are not preventing this vulnerability from being exploited.
For instructions on disabling or uninstalling Java click here.
This is a serious problem that has not yet been widely reported in the media.
For more detailed information, read this article by Brian Krebs at KrebsOnSecurity.com
UPDATED: Computer Experts Recommend Disabling Java Unless You Know You Need It
Posted: January 13th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Computer Security, Department of Homland Security | Tags: Art Gallagher, Brian Krebs, computer security, Department of Homeland Security, DHS, hackers, Java 7, Java exploit, Java vulnerability, KrebsOnSecurity, malicious software, malware, MoreMonmouthMusings, Oracle, US CERT | 9 Comments »