New Jersey Governor Chris Christie defended his decision to roll back the Common Core education standards in New Jersey and said that the large number of Republicans running for president shows that the country is dissatisfied with the current administration.
Common Core was dealt a serious blow today when one of the nation's most visible governors announced his desire to abandon the national education standards. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie - who is rumored to be a Republican presidential...Show More Summary
The Audio: 05-28hhs-christie The Transcript: HH: Right now, I’m pleased to welcome back the Governor of the Garden State, Chris Christie. Governor Christie, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show. CC: Hugh, happy to be back. HH: Good to have you. Show More Summary
No, you didn’t stumble onto the Onion website – that headline is for real. All Volkswagen needed was New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to chopper into Chattanooga, Tennessee to make the revelations in a press release this week seem even less credible. See, Volkswagen is touting a University of Tennessee study [...]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, widely known for battling his waistline and bungling his dance moves, has faced backlash over accepting gifts—specifically Dallas Cowboys tickets—and has seen members of his administration implicated...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
On Monday's edition of The Kelly File, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie defended his sinking state approval numbers with an explanation so bizarre, that his own state's newspaper wondered in print whether he'd lost his "marbles."
Rachel Maddow reviews the home state popularity problems of 2016 presidential aspirants like New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Louisiana Governor Bobby...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, desperate to get some traction in a 2016 pack that's leaving him behind, went after Hillary Clinton's longtime embrace of a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. Heather Haddon has the...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who is considering a bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, plans to urge Congress to abandon its budget caps and boost defense spending, according to excerpts of a speech he will give on Monday. In the excerpts, released by Christie’s...
I’ve noted before that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie won’t do anything before Charles and David Koch tell him it’s OK, so I can’t help wondering if Christie’s recent remarks...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie plans two to three more speeches on energy and education policy after next Monday’s talk on foreign policy, Republican fundraiser Bobbie Kilberg said on Friday.
Listen to my companion podcast: Alan Kelly on SiriusXM POTUS 05-14-15 While still undeclared in the 2016 race, New Jersey governor Chris Christie might insist that Bridgegate was never his doing. But it's surely still his problem and...Show More Summary
Zero. That’s how many questions New Jersey Governor Chris Christie got about Bridgegate at a town hall meeting in Sparta, New Jersey on Thursday.
According to a report from Watchdog.org, New Jersey governor Chris Christie spent more than $300,000 from his state expense account during his five years in office on food, alcohol, and desserts. What do you think?
For an indication of how Jeb Bush's weekend comment that he would have authorized the Iraq War is playing, look no further than New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who scolded the former Florida governor, using the segment to deflect attention away from a report finding he'd spent $300,000 of taxpayer money food and beverage during his administration.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has signed a law making rolling coal illegal in the state. The bill was introduced less than a year ago after a pickup belched soot on a State Assemblyman's Nissan Leaf. Continue reading Rolling coal...Show More Summary
Chris Christie Spent $85,000 On Concession Snacks New Jersey governor Chris Christie has caught a lot of grief for his weight…and it’ll only get worse. A report has surfaced that he spent upwards of $85,000 on money at confession st...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie outlined the principles of his economic plan late Monday, unveiling a tax reform plan and detailing an economic message focused on the middle class. “The fundamental question facing the country right now: Why has the income of middle-class Americans failed to grow for 15 years? Until we answer this question […]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is being called out for using taxpayer dollars to buy over $300,000 worth of "food, alcohol, and desserts" for unofficial purposes during his time in office, with nearly a third of that money used for purchasing concessions at NFL games.