From Star-Ledger's editorial Chris Christie playing favorites among NJ mayors is disgraceful. Can I get an Amen? "New Jersey taxpayers should be disgusted by news that their hometown fortunes - how much of their state taxes are returned...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate Chris Christie said during a speech at a forum on drug and alcohol abuse that he is pro-life and he tied his opposition to abortion to his respect for human life, saying he is pro-life both before and after birth. Christie was a featured speaker at the […]
Vice President Joe Biden, or more likely a staffer assigned to the project, joined Instagram yesterday with a sharp image playing off the Onion's loving caricature of Unky Joe. Thursday morning, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie decided to demystify Biden a bit, welcoming him to the social network with an old pic, or "photograph," of the two politicians.
The Bergen Record reports that nine days before clearing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of wrongdoing in Bridgeghazi, Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher had donated $10,000 to the Republican Governors’ Association. The head of that group just happens to be Chris Christie. The law firm’s California office appears to make regular contributions to the GOP group, […]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at a 2013 meeting of the Republican Governors Association, the organization devoted to electing GOP governors that he now heads When the law firm hired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to conduct an internal...Show More Summary
(CNN) - Chris Christie says that limiting campaign donations is "ridiculous," and is calling for a 48-hour reporting period for disclosing contributions. New Jersey's Republican governor said at a town hall in Somerset Tuesday that rules limiting the amount someone can give to a campaign doesn't "stop money from getting into politics anyway." Christie noted […]
Drip, drip, drip (or, it sure looks like an attempt by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to taint the testimony of David Wildstein has backfired in true Elmer Fudd style): New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s former ally David Wildstein told colleagues that he got clearance from the “front office” for the George Washington Bridge lane […]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was “nervous” about the possibility that more people on his staff were involved in a politically motivated traffic jam, according to interview notes released Monday by lawyers the governor’s office hired to conduct a Bridgegate probe.
As yet another prosecutor, this time the Manhattan District Attorney, subpoenas records from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey new questions are being raised about the conduct of Governor Chris Christie’s staff in response to the investigation of illegal lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey -- Three former New Jersey State Ethics Commission members are claiming that Governor Chris Christie requested the removal of the agency's executive director and replaced her with an in-house lawyer while the commission was investigating an aide to Christie officials implicated in the "BridgeGate" scandal. Show More Summary
(CNN) - The first news report linking his top aides to an alleged political payback scheme to close lanes on the George Washington Bridge made Chris Christie “sick to his stomach,” the New Jersey governor told investigators, according to a new memo obtained by CNN. After the report in a local paper, Christie called his […]
With the New Jersey governor embroiled in a political scandal, the former president's brother emerges as a contender for 2016.
In my recent piece about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, I described an incident that occurred last week:...read more
From closed bridges in New Jersey, to favors for polluters in North Carolina, to accepting expensive gifts in Virginia from high-dollars donors in looking for favors, Americans are tired of watching governors and their staffs misuseShow More Summary
Video has emerged of the April 1 roast of former New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne attended by Chris Christie, in which many of the speakers uncomfortably rattled the governor over the Bridgegate scandal. Among them was Joy Behar, who stuck...
The New Jersey governor appeared to have a sense of humor failure as the former host of The View joked about his ongoing bridge scandal
To Americans of a certain age, the law firm that recently claimed to exonerate New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in the Bridgegate Affair should sound a tad familiar: Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. In the first and most famous televised character...Show More Summary
Here’s a big development in the “procedural” stage of the BridgeGhazi scandal that has already dealt a huge blow to corpulent New Jersey Governor (and still Prez-wannabe) Chris Christie, courtesy Esquire‘s Scott Raab. Bad news for Chris Christie — and very good news for the citizens of New Jersey: Esquire has learned from sources close […]
The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza has thorough rundown of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) political incubation, future ambitions, and, yes, the controversy surrounding the bridge scandal that paints the governor as ruthlessly petty yet politically astute. Show More Summary
(CNN) – Chris Christie may not have the blessing of his longtime mentor should he decide to run for president in 2016. Tom Kean, former Republican governor and a staple in New Jersey politics, told author Ryan Lizza he's not sure he'd back Christie if he decides to jump into the 2016 race - a […]