New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie doesn’t see Hilary Clinton as much of a treat. The 2016 presidential campaign hopeful has boldly professed that his proven track record of getting elected and re-elected is much more impressive than Clinton’s. Show More Summary
At the risk of destroying any remaining chance New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may have to become the Republican standard bearer in the 2016 presidential race ( endorsements from non-conservative, progressive types have been known to be hazardous to the health of GOP campaigns), I am offering up my congratulations to the embattled governor for […]
For Chris Christie, it was a do-over of sorts. Laura Condon, a New Hampshire anti-vaccination activist, took the microphone at the Londonderry Lions Club to ask the New Jersey Governor if he would stand with conscientious objectors who want to opt out of vaccinating their children. “Yeah, no, you can’t count on me for that,”…
By Jim Oliphant LONDONDERRY, N.H., April 15 (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who is making cutting Social Security and Medicare the centerpiece of a possible presidential campaign, conceded on Wednesday that he is taking...Show More Summary
LONDONDERRY, N.H. (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who is making cutting Social Security and Medicare the centerpiece of a possible presidential campaign, conceded on Wednesday that he is taking a risk with the proposal. "There...Show More Summary
At a town hall in New Hampshire, New Jersey Governor and potential 2016 candidate Chris Christie made a slight change to his previous statement about vaccines: he no longer believes they should be voluntary.
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Chris Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey, has never been one to shy away from a controversy. The governor proposed less generous Social Security benefits for a broad swathe of affluent American retirees on Tuesday, placing a firm hand on the proverbial "third rail of politics" and waiting to be electrocuted. Nothing much has […]
Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) has been out of the 2016 presidential campaign conversation for some time now, partly due to the aggressive entrances of figures like Senators Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL). But when he spoke to radio host Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday, he declared confidently of Hillary Clinton, "If I run, I will beat her."
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined me to open the show today: Audio: 04-14hhs-christie Transcript: HH: Big day today on the program. Pleased to welcome back New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Governor Christie, welcome back to...Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor hasn't declared his candidacy for president, but he's putting forward a proposal to reduce the nation's deficit spending
It may make economic sense but it’s considered by many to be political suicide. Then again, Chris Christie is known for speaking his mind. Even if it pisses people off. The New Jersey governor and possible presidential candidate is in New Hampshire (of all places) talking cuts to Social Security. Show More Summary
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- You can call him “Governor,” “likely presidential candidate” or even just plain “Chris," the informal name with which Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) introduced himself to prospective voters in New Hampshire on Tuesday. Just...Show More Summary
GOFFSTOWN – Chris Christie kicked off a two day swing to New Hampshire with a sober prescription for tackling escalating entitlement spending. The New Jersey governor and potential Republican presidential candidate proposed raising the retirement age for Social security to 69, means testing for Social Security, and gradually raising the eligibility age for Medicare. Christie […]
(April 14, 2015 02:05 PM, by Scott Sumner) Governor Chris Christie wants to reduce Social Security benefits for the rich: As part of the plan, he'll propose phasing out Social Security payments for those making more than $80,000 in other income and eliminating them for those making $200,000... (0 COMMENTS)
The forgotten NJ governor hopes to boost his flailing bid by going hard after social insurance
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wasn't ready to be president in 2012. “The only way you’re going to perform well is if you believe in your heart that you’re ready to be president," he told Yahoo News' Matt Bai in an interview published today. "And I didn’t. And so there... More »
Leaning in to his potential 2016 presidential campaign identity as the candidate for the Republican Party's budget-conscious moderates, New Jersey governor Chris Christie will give a speech in New Hampshire Tuesday that proposes raising...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a possible Republican 2016 White House contender, is set to speak to voters in New Hampshire on Tuesday, during a week that will see a wave of presidential hopefuls barnstorm the key early-voting state. Christie, lauded for his management of the state’s...
The trip starting Tuesday will serve as the first real test of how Christie's famously brash style will play with voters in a state that's seen as crucial to the governor. [...] it comes as the race has entered a new stage, with three Republican candidates now declared, putting pressure on others to get in.