Former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo is calling it quits on his Stop Chris Christie PAC, because as far as he's concerned, he's already won.
We haven’t heard much from Chris Christie or about his presidential aspirations and that is just as well. Christie may very well be the most conservative governor we can elect in New Jersey but his governance is simply a shade more conservative that what you’d expect from a Democrat. Show More Summary
March 27--TRENTON -- It looks likely that New Jersey won't be raising gas taxes in the next few months. Gov. Chris Christie's administration has put together a mix of borrowed, transferred and surplus funds to provide a financial plan...Show More Summary
The New Jersey radio news director who was given a Corvette loaner – thanks to Chris Christie – is still writing about the governor. I asked Eric Scott about it Thursday, but he never responded. (nj1015.com) Jonah Peretti‘s dumb idea: “I would raise prices [of the print New York Times] and make it … Read More
New Jersey's Governor has bashed the tax revenues that can come from legalizing marijuana as 'blood money.' Is he right that the businesses go to cash and avoid taxes?
A new Suffolk University poll in New Hampshire finds Jeb Bush leading the GOP presidential field with 19%, followed by Scott Walker at 14%, Rand Paul at 7%, Donald Trump at 6%, Ted Cruz at 5% and Chris Christie at [...]
March 26, 2015 Posted by Jay Livingston All politicians lie, said I.F. Stone. But they don’t all lie as blatantly as Chris Christie did yesterday in repeating his vow not to legalize marijuana in New Jersey. Every bit of objective data we have tells us that it’s a gateway drug to other drugs. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has taken a really firm stand against legalizing marijuana in the state in the past, and today he really upped the ante by calling money obtained through pot taxes "blood money."
(Reuters) - New Jersey lawmakers sent a bill to Governor Chris Christie on Thursday that calls for more money from environmental settlements to fund cleanups.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is using his social media site to connect with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R). Christie, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, shared a video of a recent town hall meeting on his public Facebook page Wednesday and Zuckerberg "liked" the post. Show More Summary
“AS LONG as I am governor of New Jersey, there won’t be legalised marijuana in this state,” vowed Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey, on March 25th. A potential Republican contender in the 2016 presidential race, Mr Christie explained that “every bit of objective data tells us that it’s a gateway drug to other drugs”. Show More Summary
Video shows Secret Service driving drunk, Chris Christie says pot revenue is blood money, and lawyer drops weed in courtroom.
By Richard K. Barry The Hill reported today that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is staffing up for a presumed Republican presidential run. One of his political action committees has just hired a digital firm to implement a "comprehensive digital presence" for the candidate, including website development, online fundraising and email marketing. Show More Summary
James Keady will not “sit down and shut up.” Keady held up a sign on the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, urging Governor Chris Christie to “Stay in New Jersey & finish the job.” Keady — who was told off by Christie in October…at a press conference in Belmar — is launching a campaign for Assembly [...]
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Protesters upset with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's opposition to mandatory paid sick leave gathered Wednesday in Philadelphia, where he was scheduled to raise money for his political action committee. About 20...Show More Summary
This handy dandy list of Christie flip flops comes to us courtesy of the Democratic National Committee's Factivist: Last Saturday at a reception for donors to the Republican National Committee, Gov. Chris Christie criticized Republicans who have swayed on their issues in order to pander to wings of the Republican party. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- After months of staying out of the legal battle over the president's executive actions on immigration, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) finally -- but quietly -- waded in this week. Christie joined Republican Govs. Greg...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The man whom New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) told to “sit down and shut up” is doing the exact opposite. Jim Keady announced Monday that he’s running for state Assembly as a Democrat in New Jersey’s 30th District. The...Show More Summary