I do not live in Newark. And I'm interested if somebody wants to make the case here for Shavar Jeffries for Newark mayor. But I can tell you that every ally I respect who has taken sides in this race is coming in strong for Ras Baraka. Show More Summary
Chris Christie’s “bridgegate” traffic scandal is the target of this year’s Family Guy Emmy campaign. The ad in today’s mailer
If there was an Emmy Award for most entertaining mailer, Fox‘s Family Guy would probably have little competition. Never known for subtlety in their Emmy campaigns, the producers of the racy animated series again are going for the outrageous. Show More Summary
Fox News' Greg Gutfeld isn't too happy with Chris Christie's recent comments about keeping marijuana illegal in New Jersey. How unhappy was he? Well, in response Gutfeld took a shot right at Christie's weight.
(CNN) - If Gov. Chris Christie’s administration had come to him beforehand and told him of the plan to close down access lanes at the George Washington Bridge last September he claims he would have stopped them. “I knew nothing about it, had nothing to do with it, and if anybody had ever come to […]
Darryl Isherwood at the Ledger just noticed Chris Christie was left off TIME Magazine's annual list of the most influential titans, pioneers, artists, leaders and icons. Christie made that list in 2011, during a time he was successfully...Show More Summary
A REFORMER: Gov. Chris Christie promotes himself as a reformer at a 2011 town hall meeting in Evesham, NJ. By Mark Lagerkvist | New Jersey Watchdog Gov. Chris Christie’s office sends New Jersey Watchdog a message every other Tuesday — a reminder of how the governor and his staff flout the law and fight transparency...
And the write-up is by Chris Christie (who's not). [Scott Walker's] battle to bring fairness to the taxpayers through commonsense reform of the public-sector collective-bargaining laws brought him scorn from the special interests and a recall election. Show More Summary
You'd think a guy ostensibly running for President wouldn't want to antagonize people in another state, let alone a swing state, but that's just not how Chris Christie rolls. It's sort of amusing as well that someone from New Jersey is slagging any other state's "quality of life". via KDVR, Denver. DENVER — Few people still take New Jersey Gov. Show More Summary
Also: Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer reveals the diary entry she allegedly wrote after Christie's attempted shakedown
They may be rivals someday for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, but for now, all’s sunny between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Christie penned a very complimentary tribute to his buddy up north for TIME magazine’s TIME 100, the annual list of the most influential people in the world. “His […]
New Jersey governor Chris Christie said he would never legalize marijuana, like Colorado did, because it would harm the state's quality of life. The governor of Colorado shot back today with a list of reasons why Colorado is awesome and why New Jersey just plain sucks.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will not miss David Letterman when he departs 'The Late Show' next year. Following Letterman's latest fat joke against Christie, the governor blasted the retiring talk show host on Twitter.
Add outgoing “Late Show” host David Letterman to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s burn book. Christie, who was spotted attending a fundraiser at Ardeo + Bardeo in Washington on Tuesday, tweeted Wednesday that he’d miss the comedian’s fat jokes — not. Oh @letterman, I’m really gonna miss your fat jokes. Wait, no I’m not. #ColbertNation pic.twitter.com/oRZIhMg7ig […]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tweeted a response Wednesday morning after late night host David Letterman mocked him for being "fat." Letterman's joke referenced Christie being named "Father of the Year" by the National Father's DayShow More Summary
David Letterman's last day can't come fast enough for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. The Republican tweeted this morning that he wasn't going to miss Letterman's jokes about his weight, which provided years of fodder for the CBS host. Show More Summary
Colorado lawmakers want New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to chill out. Following Christie’s critical comments of the Centennial State’s “quality of life” earlier this week, a handful of Centennial State pols have invited the East Coast Republican to visit their state.
(CNN) – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took a shot Wednesday on Twitter at David Letterman over the retiring comedian's jokes about the governor's weight. The morning after Letterman was joined by his successor Steve Colbert on "The Late Show," Christie made his excitement for Letterman's departure known in a tweet. "Oh @Letterman, I'm really […]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) slammed "Late Show" host David Letterman Wednesday, pledging his allegiance to Letterman's successor, Stephen Colbert. The jab came after Letterman made another fat joke about Christie, mocking himShow More Summary