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SC Poll: 66% of GOP Primary Voters More Likely to Vote against Christie

A strong majority of South Carolina GOP primary voters are more likely to vote against New Jersey Governor Chris Christie if he runs for president because of his record of appointing liberal judges. A poll that the Judicial Crisis Network...Show More Summary

After Pay To Play Accusations Christie Administration Sells Stake In Venture Firm

The New Jersey Pension Fund has now sold a stake in a venture capital firm tied to one of Governor Christie's campaign contributors according to The Bergen Record. The investment by the NJ Pension Fund in General Catalyst Partners became...Show More Summary

Nancy Pelosi to Appear with Chris Christie at Prisoner Rehab Center

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is scheduled to appear beside New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at the opening of a new prisoner re-entry facility in Jersey City, New Jersey on Monday. Joining Christie and Pelosi will be former governors...Show More Summary

Democrats, Out of Ideas, run Ads on Chris Christie and BridgeGate

WASHINGTON — The Democratic Party is trying to derail New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie’s 2016 presidential prospects by running ads on “BridgeGate.” Reuters reported that the ads will run on the one-year anniversary of the scandal. Christie and his New Jersey Governor’s office denied any wrongdoing or involvement, but the liberal media continues to […]

Weekend News Roundup for Sept. 6-7, 2014

What your Governor does when he's outta New Jersey, and sometimes in New Jersey Sirota at Salon has a piece on why the GOP is so obsessed with voter fraud, opening with a Christie road trip speech in Illinois: "It is rare for a politician to publicly deride efforts to boost voter turnout. Show More Summary

Christie’s Jersey Downgraded Again

Fitch has downgraded New Jersey’s bond rating for the second time this year citing the state’s poor economic performance and the governor’s decision to fill a budget gap by cutting $2.4 billion from the pension fund. Fitch said Christie’s decision to cut the pension payments this year marked a “repudiation” of a bipartisan plan he [...]

Chris Christie Tells Reporters to Back Off on Immigration Questions

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is currently traveling in Mexico, but he has absolutely no desire to discuss immigration reform or the crisis on the border. During remarks to the press, Christie actively challenged reporters who pressed him on the issue. Show More Summary


IN THE FUTURE, EVERYONE WILL BE A RAPIST FOR FIFTEEN MINUTES: Washington Post Columnist: ‘Weight Is the New Rape.’ Plus: “The mainstream press has also repeatedly mocked Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s weight, and there is no indication that future comments about Christie’s weight will be held to the same standard as those about [...]

Chris Christie Refuses to Visit Border during Mexico Trip: 'This Is Silliness'

After refusing to commit to discussing immigration, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) mocked those who said he should visit the border when he travels to Mexico on Wednesday. "What would I do exactly? Like, you know, bring troops...Show More Summary

5 Signs Summer Is Over

2 weeks agoOdd : Thought Catalog

In the words of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, “you’ve maximized your tan.”

Christie’s Bridgegate Costing Taxpayers Millions

The law firm hired by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is billing $7.3 million for handling bridgegate, a tab the taxpayer will pay. Gibson Dunn billed the state $784,459 for May, June and July, said. The firm had already been paid $6.52 million on the legal bills through April. Christie hired Gibson Dunn in [...]

Christie probe advances, threatens 2016 run

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's schedule is packed with travel, from fundraising events for fellow Republicans around the U.S. to trade meetings next month in Mexico. The 51-year-old father of... To view the full story, click the title link.

Under Chris Christie Fees to Wall Street Tripled

According to a report by David Sirota for the International Business Times, fees paid out to Wall Street by the State of New Jersey have tripled under the administration of Governor Chris Christie, costing the taxpayers $3.8 billion....Show More Summary

Challenges for 2016 hopefuls: Rep. Paul Ryan

It’s not clear Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) wants to run for president. However, if former Florida governor Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie don’t run or don’t seem viable if they do, the pressure on Ryan from reform-minded moderate and conservative Republicans, as well as big donors, will be intense. He would have the […]

Gov. Christie insists Bruce Springsteen is a friend

Chris Christie set the record straight on his friendship with New Jersey idol Bruce Springsteen after a woman claimed the singer wanted nothing to do with the governor.

Watch Chris Christie argue with a woman about Bruce Springsteen

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) loves Bruce Springsteen. But does The Boss like him back? That was the thorny subject Christie and a heckler broached during a town hall Tuesday, when the woman questioned why the governor still played Springsteen songs at his events. Show More Summary

News Roundup & Open Thread for Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Gov-check Where's your governor? Oklahoma. (where the jobless rate's way lower than ours) which makes it all the more irksome to see him veto the bill that would have prohibited companies from refusing to hire New Jersey's unemployed. Show More Summary

Governor Chris Christie’s Office Bills Taxpayers $6.5 Million For Bridgegate Legal Fees

It was apparently not enough for Governor Chris Christie's staff to shut lanes down on the George Washington Bridge violating state and federal law, now the taxpayers of New Jersey are having to pay massive legal bills as Christie and company try to prevent details from the lane closures coming out.

OVERREACH: Perry’s indictment backfires. “Unlike the New Jersey bridge scandal, where political …

OVERREACH: Perry’s indictment backfires. “Unlike the New Jersey bridge scandal, where political wrongdoing was a given and the only question was the governor’s knowledge and complicity, Perry’s indictment is widely seen as a ridiculous political stunt. Most pundits, pols and voters concede that vowing to veto funding for a department unless Travis County District Attorney [...]

NJ: Christie On The Defensive As Commuters Gripe About Mass Transit Delays

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was on the hot seat on Friday night, accused of not doing enough to help commuters.

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