Even on a stoner’s holiday like April 20, Jon Stewart observed on Monday’s Daily Show, somebody has to play the “narc” — in this case, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey. While Christie has talked tough against legalized marijuana — even in states where...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie continues to lose favor at home, with a poll on Monday showing his lowest approval rating as governor as he attempts to woo would-be voters in other U.S. states for a possible 2016 Republican presidential campaign. New Jersey voters disapprove of the job Christie...
With states legalizing marijuana by popular vote, some politicians, including Boston mayor Marty Walsh and New Jersey governor Chris Christie, are still calling marijuana a gateway drug. The gateway theory argues that because heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine users often used marijuana before...
New Jersey governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate Chris Christie would like you to know that he's an average Joe, just like you! "I don't consider myself a wealthy man," he said in New Hampshire on Friday. He went on: "Listen, wealth is defined in a whole bunch of different ways and in the end Mary […]
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has been conducting himself in recent days like a potential candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential ticket, traveling to New Hampshire to give speeches and make appearances. Citing a Quinnipiac...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has reached his lowest approval rating to date according to a Quinnipiac poll. A majority — 53 percent to 38 percent — thinks the governor knew about the traffic situation on the George Washington Bridge, but most say that he did not personally order it, according to a Quinnipiac University [...]
Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough, a blinkered fan of New Jersey Governor and potential 2016 candidate Chris Christie, argued Monday morning that Christie's worsening political fortunes may be a blessing in disguise, putting him in a position in which he must run as a fiscal Cassandra.
A new Quinnipiac poll in New Jersey finds voters are giving Gov. Chris Christie his lowest approval rating yet, 38% to 56%. Key finding: “A majority — 53% to 38% — thinks the governor knew about the traffic situation on [...]
This is part of an ongoing series by Credible about how the 2016 presidential candidates would affect student loans and the financing of education for students and borrowers. Chris Christie, Republican Governor of New Jersey and former U.S. Show More Summary
By Cezary Podkul, ProPublica, and Allan Sloan, The Washington Post N.J. governor closed budget gaps by borrowing, shifting money from trust funds and paring back tax credits
Chris Christie would "crack down and not permit" legalized marijuana if elected president, he told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Thursday. The pledge from New Jersey's Republican governor, who is openly teasing a bid for the...Show More Summary
In a Wednesday interview with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie – aired in full on Thursday morning – NBC's Today co-host Matt Lauer grilled the potential 2016 contender on the year-old Bridgegate controversy: "...we could be talking...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie apparently doesn’t care much about attracting the votes of America’s marijuana-smoking constituent as he continues to beat around the bush of whether or not he’s going to run for president in 2016.Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor and potential 2016 candidate Chris Christie told the Today show's Matt Lauer that he wasn't afraid of any Jeb Bush, the establishment candidate most likely to compete with Christie for the GOP's donor base and moderate votes.
The New Jersey governor said Thursday that he thought the next commander-in-chief would be a governor — like him.
"We've haven't done well with the experiment of a one-term senator being president of the United States," he said.
With presidential campaign politics upon us, it's hard to find areas of agreement among key leaders. But there seems to be one issue that even President Obama, Governor Chris Christie, and a Northern California, Obama-appointed judge...Show More Summary
Like many other folks connected with the Washington Post, columnist Charles Lane wants to cut Social Security. He used his column today to argue that both New Jersey governor Chris Christie and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth WarrenShow More Summary
On Wednesday night, ABC and CBS continued to ignore the latest development in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal while NBC moved on to instead ask Republican Governor Chris Christie (N.J.) if “your moment” had “passed” as the Republican front-runner for the 2016 presidential nomination due to the Bridgegate scandal. Show More Summary
Major cuts to Social Security were called for by the governor of New Jersey and prospective president candidate in 2016 Chris Christie. Christie has also called for substantial cuts to Medicaid, Medicare and disability insurance. Christie spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College on Tuesday. Show More Summary