Politico, Chris Christie Wants the Media to Apologize: Chris Christie says the media owes him an apology over the Bridgegate scandal. “I do believe there's an absolute bias and a rush to judgment. You all know this, you saw the coverage of me 15 months ago. I was guilty, I...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wants an apology.
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Why Chris Christie Will Be The Next POTUS A Super Tuesday Away From Double Digits The View From The U.S. Virgin Islands By JOHN McCARTHY TMV Columnist The eighteen Republicans running for president in 2016 are wise to try to make foreign policy the lead issue in the next POTUS election. Not because Hillary Clinton [...]Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie gave an impressive performance this week, glorifying the unconstitutional NSA program collecting and recording every American’s digital communication. Standing in front of flowing waters at
Senator Rand Paul successfully blocked extending the Patriot Act last night, leading to Chris Christie ripping "misguided ideologues" putting their "uninformed beliefs" ahead of America's security.
'And furthermore...' Ah, the political roast. Those glorious annual events in which politicians and the press get together and say terrible but perfectly true things about each other for charity: “We don’t give a s--- about this or any...Show More Summary
Governor Christie has at least two Twitter accounts. One, @GovChristie, is his official State of New Jersey account and is managed and operated by taxpayer-funded social media experts. Even though he uses this account primarily for self-promotion, it's difficult to make the case that he's misusing taxpayer funds. Show More Summary
The governor spoke on Thursday at the annual New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club Show, making fun of the press and some of the unpleasant moments of his time in office.
In Oklahoma City, Republican presidential hopefuls — including Jeb Bush and Govs. Scott Walker and Chris Christie — moved to contrast themselves with others in the field.
OKLAHOMA CITY—Chris Christie doesn't give speeches so much as engage in performance art. How he speaks is as much a part of his message as what he says. At the Southern Republican Leadership Conference on Friday, after explaining his...Show More Summary
Hang on, we have to savor this for a while: Chris Christie says the media owes him an apology over the Bridgegate scandal. Oh yeah, that's the stuff. “I do believe there's an absolute bias and a rush to judgment. You all know this, you saw the coverage of me 15 months ago. Show More Summary
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Republican presidential contenders Jeb Bush and Chris Christie heartily endorsed the Patriot Act on Friday and mocked those who deride the intelligence overhaul passed after the Sept. 11 attacks as an encroachment on civil liberties. “There … Continue reading ? The post Bush, Christie rise in defense of Patriot Act appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida both spoke to about a thousand activists gathered in Oklahoma City from around the South.
Senator Mike Lee today deemed Chris Christie's recent remarks on the NSA "tantamount to political pornography."
New Jersey Mayor Chris Christie got salty with the press during his appearance at the New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club Show?an annual "lighthearted" and "fun" press corps fundraiser for scholarships at which he's expected to give a speech. [ more › ]
GOP Govs. Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, and John Kasich are dealing with serious, largely self-created, state budget shortfalls (tax cuts for everyone!) that are putting a real crimp in their 2016 presidential ambitions. And Grover Norquist is happily holding their feet to the fire as they try to wriggle out of their fiscal jams.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie invoked the spirit of Andrew “Dice” Clay when he delivered a speech brimming with expletives at the New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club Show on Wednesday evening. The event is an annual fundraising...Show More Summary
Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) on Friday tore into fellow Republican Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), who is considering a presidential run, for saying Americans "can't enjoy your civil liberties if you're in a coffin." "I view that as a statement tantamount to political pornography. I think Mr. Christie should be ashamed of himself for saying that we have […]
Shortened Roundup this AM. What are YOU reading, Blue Jersey? Just read it. Nuzzi: Dear Chris Christie: Sorry We Did Our Job. More of what President Obama wasn't briefed about before he came to Camden and proclaimed Camden County Police a model for the nation A list of the new police force's "dubious" selling points. Show More Summary