New Jersey's governor may love to entertain New Hampshire and Iowa residents -- but folks back home aren't laughing
Dwayne Johnson, AKA “The Rock” is reportedly none-too-pleased that he was used, without his knowledge, in a promo video posted by New Jersey Governor Chris Christies’ PR team, and is demanding that his name and picture be removed immediately. The promotional video, entitled No Pain. No Gain was in the style of a movie trailer
After N.J. Governor Chris Christie used Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's image in a clip promoting pension reform, Johnson's lawyers asked the gov to remove it, causing some friendship drama for the two men of mass. Johnson asserts that no, bro, he's still buddies with Christie! And many others, too! Read more...
Ruh-roh! Is someone admitting to wrongdoing — or taking the fall for New Jersey’s corpulent, anger-management-challenged governor — or both? Another shoe drops in Trenton: An aide to Gov. Chris Christie says she texted him her thoughts about testimony on the closure of traffic lanes near the George Washington Bridge but later deleted the messages. [...]
When asked his opinion of the ongoing crisis involving illegal immigrant children, NJ Governor and potential 2016 GOP presidential contender Chris Christie said, " I have great empathy for that situation. We'll take every request that...Show More Summary
Trenton, New Jersey (CNN) – Gov. Chris Christie's incoming chief of staff on Thursday became the fifth current or former member of the New Jersey governor's staff to go before a state legislative committee that's investigating lane closures at the George Washington Bridge last year. The hearing came amid questions about whether the bipartisan panel, […]
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Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) visited Iowa on Wednesday to help raise money for Governor Terry Branstad (R-IA) and test the 2016 political waters but the “big three” networks did their best to diminish his visit to the Hawkeye state. Starting...Show More Summary
(CNN) - Chris Christie's jam packed swing through Iowa on Thursday is advertised as being all about the 2014 midterm elections. But the visit by the Republican governor of New Jersey and potential GOP presidential contender has plenty of 2016 implications, as Christie tries to get beyond the bridge controversy back home in the Garden […]
On Wednesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie sat down for a "Power Lunch" session with John Harwood at the CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha conference in New York City. But before they started discussing actual issues that are affecting Christie's constituents, Harwood just had to ask about Christie's political aspirations beyond the Statehouse.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) released a video in his push for more cuts to state workers’ benefits, which didn’t go over too well. The governor’s office released a trailer Tuesday for a fake/mock summer blockbuster movie titled, “No Pain. No Gain.” Christie has since removed the video which we’ve included in this post. Clips of [...]
This week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is crisscrossing Iowa. Officially, the visit is a fundraising trip tied to his side job as chairman of the Republican Governors Association. But like most any big-time politician choosing...Show More Summary
Via Mediaite: A conservative group has a new ad out going after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for allowing a liberal state Supreme Court to run rampant and become “one of the most activist courts in the nation,” and the ad ties this straight into why 2016 matters. Show More Summary
A conservative group has a new ad out going after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for allowing a liberal state Supreme Court to run rampant and become "one of the most activist courts in the nation," and the ad ties this straight into why 2016 matters.
WASHINGTON — Apparently there’s a contest among Republicans to see who can be more shameless and irresponsible in criticizing President Obama’s foreign policy. So far, Chris Christie is winning. The New Jersey governor alleged Saturday that “the unrest you see in the Middle East is caused in some measure — not completely, but in some [...]
First, there's this: Marriage equality arrived in New Jersey last October when Gov. Chris Christie (R) decided not to appeal a decision overturning the state’s ban. Speaking at the National Governors Association over the weekend, however,...Show More Summary
It takes real chutzpah to tell fellow governors to fight marriage equality -- when you gave up in your own state
Gay marriage is legal in New Jersey, and Governor Chris Christie believes that the matter is for now "settled" in his home state. But Governor Christie does not think it's time for the Republican party to drop gay marriage as...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie yesterday declared that while same-sex marriage is a done deal is his home state, that's no reason to stop fighting the issue elsewhere. Speaking to reporters at the National Governors Association, Christie...Show More Summary
The WMUR/Granite State Poll shows Mitt Romney is way ahead on the wish list. If Romney doesn’t run, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has the lead. All 13 potential Republican candidates in the WMUR/Granite State Poll have either fed speculation about their plans for 2016 or allowed pundits to place their names in contention. But [...]