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Chris Christie didn't just kill the tunnels, he did it out of partisan spite

18 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Brian Murphy on Chris Christie's dismal polling numbers, his newfound vow that he'll get right on replacing the failing rail tunnels that link New Jersey to New York City, but only if you make him president first, and Christie's absolutely...Show More Summary

A Supermarket Tabloid Company is Funding Chris Christie's Super PAC

The pro-Chris Christie super-PAC America Leads raised $11 million in the first quarter of 2015, according to filings released by the Federal Election Commission on Friday. Controversial hedge-fund manager Steven A. Cohen gave $1 million. Show More Summary

Mike's Blog Round Up

The 2016 Goat Rodeo continues to amaze and amuse us. Our Friday Blue Plate Special, we have a mixed grille of links that we're sure you will talk about all day. Scholars and Rogues handicaps Chris Christie's chances. We Hunted The Mammoth...Show More Summary

Would You Believe ...

A desperate Chris Christie rebrands himself as the protector of delayed commuters in epic bowl-swirl flip-flop.

Chris Christie Has No Use For Those Stupid Polls

Chris Christie is no longer the darling at Fox News, as it seems orders came down from above to Steve, Brian and Anna this morning. The Fox and Friends triumvirate of clueless decided to bring up the pesky polls that have Trump at 24% with Christie at 4%. Show More Summary

Chris Christie's New Ad Fearmongers Over Iran

One again, media commentary is restricted to whether the acting is good enough or whether an ad is effective, not whether it's full of crap and destructive to democracy. I was struck by how very casually Christie (who can't even negotiate...Show More Summary

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: More 'Christie is toast' stories

New York Times: Despite Chris Christie’s intense focus on winning New Hampshire, many local Republicans are not exactly enamored with the New Jersey governor. Interviews over the last month with dozens of current and former New Hampshire...Show More Summary

QOTD: Christie Promises Vigilante Justice

Here's a good line from Chris Christie: "If you're getting high in Colorado today, enjoy it. As of January 2017, I will enforce the federal laws." - Gov. Chris Christie (R), quoted by Politico. Since there's no way Christie's gonna be President in January 2017, I guess he's planning on taking matters into his own hands. Show More Summary

Christie campaign asks FEC for disclosure extension

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's presidential campaign has asked the Federal Election Commission for a 45-day extension to file his financial disclosure report. But his campaign says he still intends to file it in...Show More Summary

Another Christie corruption case is moving forward

Oops? Another potential scandal in Chris Christie-land keeps trundling forward, this one related to the allegation that Christie improperly (and potentially criminally) squashed a grand jury indictment of a Christie-connected countyShow More Summary

Christie to Legal Pot Smokers: Enjoy It While You Can

While campaigning for president Tuesday, New Jersey's Republican Gov. Chris Christie issued a warning to legal marijuana smokers: "If you're getting high in Colorado today, enjoy it." Christie made the remarks at the Salt Hill Pub in Newport, New Hampshire. Show More Summary

Christie: Republican primary rivals lack policy specifics

NEWPORT, N.H. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday chided his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination for speaking in slogans rather than offering specifics on policies they'd pursue if elected to the White House. "Listen,...Show More Summary

News Roundup And Open Thread For Monday July 27

Stepping in for Rosi today, so if we missed anything please add it in the comments. After doing nothing as Governor, Christie wants you to believe he'll fix mass transit as President The Gothamist: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who...Show More Summary

Chris Christie buys $250,000 of ad time on Fox News to remind viewers he's still running

Remember me? You'd better, punks. Huh, who would have thought that the Republican Party putting Fox News in charge of how their presidential debates will run would turn into a giant money funnel for the network. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reportedly purchasing $250,000 of advertising time on Fox News in an attempt to help secure a place at the network's August 6 debate. [...]Show More Summary

Resistance grows to Fox News debate rules

Rachel Maddow reports on increasing pressure on Fox News to make its Republican primary debate rules more inclusive as Chris Christie buys advertising on Fox...

Chris Christie says he'll replace the Hudson River tunnels—if you make him president first

Christie is known for his intense interest in traffic issues. This guy is unbelievable. As in it's legitimately impossible to believe him. Governor Chris Christie, who killed the last, best plan for new tunnels under the Hudson River,...Show More Summary

Chris Christie Spending Big Money To Get Into Fox News Debate

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reportedly purchasing $250,000 of advertising time on Fox News in an attempt to help secure a place at the network's August 6 debate. Christie's ad buy is more evidence that Fox News' debate -- the first...Show More Summary

Time for some traffic problems under the Hudson River

When evaluating Chris Christie's transportation problems, one can probably start with the "Bridgegate" scandal, but that's not the only controversy.

Chris Christie’s Presidential Announcement Came At Taxpayer’s Expense

When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stepped into his old high school in Livingston, New Jersey to officially announce his candidacy for president many assumed – given that it was explicitly a political event – that Christie’s campaign would pick up to the tab. But that would be wrong. A public records request by Blue...

Thank You for Your Contribution to Christie's Presidential Campaign

When Chris Christie decided to formally announce he was running for President, the venue was his old high school in Livingston. I became curious as to how the school district was to be reimbursed for the expenses it incurred in hosting that event. Show More Summary

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