King George III Politicker NJ names the 30 most influential people in South Jersey. George Norcross III takes up the top five slots. Union Busting Chris Christie wants to take his union-busting police reorganization from Camden to Newark. Show More Summary
We've come to expect to see Donald Trump at the top of the Republican field, but the poor performance by Chris Christie and Rand Paul were not as well predicted
Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, talks with Rachel Maddow about the results of a new poll to be released tomorrow showing that Donald Trump and...
When You Absolutely, Positively Need To Improve Your Poll Numbers Overnight Sad Bayonne hound Chris Christie offered a novel way to crack down on illegal immigration, which the 2016 Republican primary voters all agree is the greatest crisis in the world (apart maybe from Benghazi). Show More Summary
Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, speaking at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire on Saturday, compared legal immigrants to FedEx packages, arguing they should be tracked continuously by the government. Christie even promised to bring in FedEx founder Fred Smith to set up the system. Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie responded to critics of his immigration plan on Sunday by insisting that it was reasonable to use FedEx package tracking technology on immigrants. During an interview over the weekend,...Show More Summary
Ever since Donald Trump launched his campaign off the backs of undocumented immigrants, the absurdity of the xenophobic Republican base of voters and politicians looking to appease them is reaching new heights of insanity. Gov. Chris...Show More Summary
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One email—that's all you get! I'll send it from Yahoo. Chris Christie has skewered Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account and server. "Can you imagine, if after the bridge investigation began, I came out and said 'Oh, I've done all my business as governor on a private email server. Show More Summary
Chris Christie seems to believe criminals, not guns, are the real societal problem. That's actually backwards,
Apparently this is the kind of bold policy idea Chris Christie thinks could revive his limp presidential hopes: I just paid the bills, I’ve got two in college. Between Princeton and Notre Dame this year it’s $122,000 for the two of them. Show More Summary
The Buck Stops Where? Chris Christie, in his last desperate throws of his presidential quest, and who has never taken responsibility for any of New Jersey's woes, blames President Obama on the heroin epidemic and the stock market performance. Show More Summary
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. To think that a few years ago the beltway media and the conservarazzi were universally celebrating Christie's bullying of teachers that it made their eyes well up in tears. What a man, what a conservative hero. Show More Summary
America, apparently Resting rage face Gov. Chris Christie — who is not going to be president; hell, he’ll be lucky if he makes the cut for the next debate — has a new ad. And yes, it is mildly amusing in its near-but-not-quite completeness...Show More Summary
Will this help? Keeping his campaign promise “to start offending people” — and trying to prove that he is the rightful heir to the title of Biggest A-Hole Republican Candidate, for the party’s voters desperately seeking the very biggest A-hole they can find — Gov. Show More Summary
Politico: Chris Christie, the voluble New Jersey governor, is once again facing the possibility that he might be relegated to the junior varsity debate -- and rival Republican campaigns and outside observers say his window to re-enter the top tier of presidential candidates is closing fast. Show More Summary
Christie on the Soap Box at the Iowa State Fair Of course he's not in NJ, but Chris Christie took time on the Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair where he drew a hard line on immigration telling the conservative crowd that people who come to the United State's illegally should not be granted citizenship. Show More Summary
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he's not worried about a lawsuit filed against him by three left-leaning advocacy groups. Christie has long argued his campaign shouldn't pay the costs because his state police protection is mandatory regardless of what he's doing.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Three advocacy groups are suing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for using taxpayer dollars to pay for his security detail's costs as he travels across the country running for president. The suit accuses the Republican...Show More Summary
Christie '16 (as if): Yesterday, six Republican candidates, including Chris Christie, talked education policy in a series of interviews with Campbell Brown, the former CNN host turned incoherent, anti-union, anti-teacher tenure crusader. Show More Summary