Comedian Bobby Moynihan joins Josh in-studio to discuss playing Chris Christie on SNL....
Governors don't release statements every time some local guy who made good passes on. But mere hours after the sudden death of James Gandolfini Wednesday, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey had something to say about his state's native son."It's an awful shock," said Gov. Show More Summary
(CNN) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called James Gandolfini a "true Jersey guy" in a statement mourning the actor's death Wednesday. Gandolfini, whose most famous character was mob boss Tony Soprano, was born in Westwood. His manager said Wednesday he had died, possibly of a heart attack, while in Rome. He was 51. “It’s […]
Christie's press operation sent this to reporters this evening: "It's an awful shock. James Gandolfini was a fine actor, a Rutgers alum and a true Jersey guy. I was a huge fan of his and the character he played so authentically, Tony Soprano. Show More Summary
Promoted by Rosi Cross-posted at Huffington Post Gov. Christie, I guess it's a busy time of year for you. With your proclamation that the Jersey Shore is "open for business," you've been making the rounds all across our beautiful Garden State, helping bring more money into a state that desperately needs it. Show More Summary
After Gov. Chris Christie (R) slashed $7.5 million from women’s health programs in 2010 — mainly to prevent the money from going to Planned Parenthood — several health clinics in the state were forced to close. Now, New Jersey lawmakers are pushing to restore state funding for those family planning clinics, pointing out that many [...]
Sometimes, it's better to not be clever than to be too clever by half. Governor Chris Christie's (R-NJ) decision to hold a special election in October to fill the U.S. Senate seat opened by the death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ),Show More Summary
New Jersey governor Chris Christie told a group of elementary school students recently that his "favorite team is the Cowboys."
(CNN) - He went there. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced his support for one of the most divisive football teams in the country–and it's not one of the two teams that play in his state. "My favorite football team is not the New York Giants," he told elementary students Tuesday, as they responded with […]
Having grown up in Houston, I am conditioned to hate all things Dallas, especially the Cowboys. Let's not mince words: The Cowboys are a perennially over-hyped collection of choking dogs obsessed over by a national media egged on byShow More Summary
“Kiss the rings, kids.” Chris Christie has larger political aspirations than the governorship of New Jersey, an office he’s held for three years. So it can be argued that it [...]
Do you know Juneteenth? Calling Christie's bluff on women's health care Quoting Star-Ledger: A group of female legislators led by Loretta Weinberg and Linda Greenstein is again asking Gov. Chris Christie to restore $7.5M for women's health he cut from the state budget. Show More Summary
You see, I'm going to be in Erie Park in Montclair on Saturday at 4 p.m., walking with Garden State Equality. We're going to be walking to raise money to override your veto, and I just thought that maybe you should be there.
Chris Christie, in case you haven't noticed, is a contender for the Republican nomination in 2016. Hillary Clinton is the presumed front-runner for the Democrat nomination of the same year. Maybe I am thinking wistfully here, but here is the scenario I would like to see play out.
promoted by Rosi There's a myth out there, repeated often by Democrats endorsing Governor Chris Christie, that Christie is supportive of business in New Jersey. Apparently he's supportive of big business, ludicrously large malls andShow More Summary
If you needed proof that Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is no conservative... Christie said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday that he sees “stuff” the GOP puts on the floor of Congress that “shocks” him, and he wishes... -
Every elected official wants to be popular like Chris Christie. First, they need to understand how he got so popular. Here's the key: conservatives trust him not to waste their money, and moderates trust him not to break the government. Show More Summary
Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Tuesday, Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) launched into President Obama’s latest “charm offensive,” stating that it is now Obama’s fifth year as president. “It’s a little bit late in the dating game to start...Show More Summary
A Gallup poll released Tuesday revealed that Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) is actually more popular among Democrats than Republicans. He scores a favorable/unfavorable rating of 53 percent to 25 percent among Republicans; he scores a 57 percent to 17 percent split among Democrats. Show More Summary