Advocates are hoping Brittany Maynard's story will help their efforts to pass so-called "Death with Dignity" laws in more states around the country this coming year. A bill is advancing in New Jersey, though Gov. Chris Christie has said he'll veto it, while lawmakers in several other states, including Pennsylvania and Wyoming, are weighing similar […]
A brief look at how people are positioning themselves for greatest advantage as they try and figure out what the 2014 elections were really about. I'm looking at you, Chuck Schumer. Jim Newell: No, Chris Christie isn’t “back”: Why he...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney leads the pack in the Bloomberg Politics/St. Anselm New Hampshire Poll. If you eliminate Romney, Rand Paul and Chris Christie tie for the top spot with 16% from likely Republican New Hampshire voters. Romney, who has repeatedly said he has no plans to run for president a third time, leads the potential pack [...]
The New Jersey governor is his "authentic" self once again -- but that may not get him very far anymore
Courtesy of TPM Reader FN we have some more information on Chris Christie's crackpot Ebola policy, which he seems to have quietly ditched after no one was looking. FN flags this piece just published by NJ.com which suggests that Christie simply never implemented the policy. Show More Summary
Once again, Chris Christie's presidential ambitions are hurting the people of New Jersey. This week, Christie's Board of Public Utilities rejected a long-standing proposal from Fisherman's Energy, a Cape May-based company, to build an offshore wind-generation facility. Show More Summary
President Obama on Thursday announced his much-anticipated executive action on immigration, and in doing so he lobbed a grenade squarely into the 2016 Republican primary race. Obama's order will reshape how the feds prioritize deportations of undocumented workers, shielding an estimated five million of them from being kicked out of the country. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells The New York Times Magazine about his once hot, now quite cold relationship with MSNBC, and in particular, with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of “Morning Joe,” where Christie was once aShow More Summary
Chris Christie, bravely waiting to see how President Obama's immigration action plays out before taking a position. President Obama has thrown a bucket of cold water on what was supposed to be a fun time in Boca Raton for victorious Republican governors, and it's made things particularly dicey for those with presidential ambitions. Show More Summary
Republican Governor Chris Christie took offense to a "ridiculous question" asked of him by a reporter at the annual RGA meeting in Florida. The reporter questioned Christie if it was fair to criticize President Obama over immigration, if he (Christie) hasn't "articulated" his position on the issue. Show More Summary
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam was chosen Thursday to be chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association, succeeding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Once upon a time, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was the rare Republican bird who would willingly go on MSNBC’s Morning Joe — and was, in fact, friends with its hosts. Now he does not, and Morning Joe mocks him (because they are no longer friends), and Christie is sure that it’s because of Bridge-gate.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is not holding back how he feels about President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration reform that are expected to be unveiled tonight.
Very interesting to those of us who are watching the Christie administration soap opera. I find it bizarre that members of the corporate media still treat him as a viable candidate for president -- I think he'll be lucky to get awayShow More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie faces a threat to his brand of “straight talk” and “no nonsense” with the full-blown national controversy over his veto last year of a bill to ban gestation crates, and his apparent recent pledge to... ...Show More Summary
Last night's two-segment opener on The Daily Show had Jon Stewart explaining Chris Christie's politically motivated promises to Iowa Republicans that he'll veto a bill that would ensure more humane treatment of New Jersey pregnant pigs crated into tiny spaces. Show More Summary
It appears that Governor Jeb Bush is revving up for 2016, and that's bad news for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. It means Wall Street donors that might otherwise have thrown coins in Christie's coffers could be handing their money to Bush instead. Show More Summary
Gov. Chris Christie weighs in on a New York Times Magazine cover depicting him posing for a selfie with a frightened-looking baby.
"Now we know, Gov. Christie's presidential ambition is the one thing he won't put in a tiny crate"