Dozens of members of the clergy in Newark have warned Gov. Chris Christie (R) that school reform efforts by his appointed superintendent are causing so much controversy and “unnecessary instability” in the city that they are “concerned about the level of public anger we see growing in the community” over the issue. The state-operated Newark […]
Yet Another Legal Transgression For Gov. Chris Christie? (via http://crooksandliars.com) By Susie Madrak April 18, 2014 1:43 pm – Comments New Jersey state pay-to-play statutes prohibit state contractors from directly or indirectly financially supporting the election campaigns of state officials. Show More Summary
From Star-Ledger's editorial Chris Christie playing favorites among NJ mayors is disgraceful. Can I get an Amen? "New Jersey taxpayers should be disgusted by news that their hometown fortunes - how much of their state taxes are returned...Show More Summary
Looks like Gov. Christie may have made a major ethical and legal boo-boo: A PandoDaily investigation has discovered evidence that Gov. Chris Christie’s pending deal to award a $300 million pension management contract to a controversial...Show More Summary
A PandoDaily investigation has discovered evidence that Gov. Chris Christie’s pending deal to award a $300 million pension management contract to a controversial hedge fund is in violation of state anti-corruption laws. New Jersey state...Show More Summary
By doggedly chasing Bridgegate, MSNBC declared that the media may have actually helped Chris Christie prepare himself for the rigors of campaigning -- probably because he just resuscitated his political career by declaring he was pro-life "after [children] get out of the womb."
A state commission rejected a plan to build a natural-gas pipeline through a national reserve of forests and wetlands, but Christie and his cronies don't want to take no for an answer.
If I ever doubted why Chris Christie should not be president of the United States, I don't any longer after reading Ryan Lizza's scorching article in the April 14 issue of The New Yorker. Titled "Crossing Christie: What the bridge scandal...Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivered a message to his fellow members of the Republican Party on Thursday: being pro-life means reforming America's drug laws and criminal sentencing.
"[T]he life of the drug addicted teenager who has been arrested for the sixth time is just as precious as the lives of any one of my children."
New Jersey Governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate Chris Christie said during a speech at a forum on drug and alcohol abuse that he is pro-life and he tied his opposition to abortion to his respect for human life, saying he is pro-life both before and after birth. Christie was a featured speaker at the […]
(CNN) - Republican Gov. Chris Christie teamed up with former Democratic Gov. Jim McGreevey to talk about drug addiction on Thursday, the same day Christie signed a bill aimed to improve treatment programs in New Jersey correctional facilities and county jails. While Christie has frequently said that drug and alcohol abuse is an issue that […]
Yesterday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) made headlines by slamming his state’s legislators for supposedly paying police and firefighters too much. “They want to give away more of your money,” thundered Christie. The irony of the complaint coming from Christie is strong. The Christie administration has been spending record amounts of taxpayer money on corporate...
We're all about voting and elections today, starting with this Fox News poll showing a wide-open race for the 2016 GOP nomination. Chris Christie leads with 15 percent, followed by Jeb Bush and Rand Paul with 14 percent each, going all the way down to Bobby Jindal with room to move at 2 percent. Show More Summary
(Credit: Gage Skidmore) Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher had donated $10,000 to the Republican Governors’ Association. The head of that group just happens to be Chris Christie.
One day after Vice President Joe Biden joined Instagram, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) welcomed his fellow University of Delaware alumnus to the world of sepia-toned photo sharing with this picture: Christie didn't even need to slap a faux-vintage filter on there. Take note, amateur iPhone photographers: That's how you do a solid throwback Thursday. More
On Thursday, James Franco unloaded on New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley in a comment on Instagram, the social network all the kids like Joe Biden and Chris Christie are abuzz about.
(CNN) – A new survey indicates Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. Rand Paul and former Gov. Jeb Bush would all fare about the same in a potential presidential matchup against Hillary Clinton in 2016. According to the Fox News Poll, released Wednesday night, the former secretary of state dominates the potential Democratic presidential field, as she […]
Also: The New Jersey Legislature panel investigating Bridgegate may compel Christie to talk
Biden joined Instagram on Wednesday with a bang, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie now appears to be showing him the ropes.