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
Governor Christie has at least two Twitter accounts. One, @GovChristie, is his official State of New Jersey account and is managed and operated by taxpayer-funded social media experts. Even though he uses this account primarily for self-promotion, it's difficult to make the case that he's misusing taxpayer funds. Show More Summary
The governor spoke on Thursday at the annual New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club Show, making fun of the press and some of the unpleasant moments of his time in office.
It has been a banner week for the man-who-would-be-president here in New Jersey. This week Governor Christie raised the art of spin to new heights by suggesting the abysmal polling numbers in New Jersey reflect our desire he remain our Governor rather than leave us for higher office. Show More Summary
Christie, who served as a U.S. attorney before being elected New Jersey governor, told the same crowd that the Patriot Act helped him as a prosecutor to win convictions of defendants tied to the 2001 attacks. The forceful defense ofShow More Summary
"Look, If Governor Christie can disrupt traffic to make a political point, well, so can we." - Walkout participant "The schools in Newark are in chaos." - Mayor Ras Baraka It is refreshing to the soul to see thousands of students put...Show More Summary
promoted by Rosi Answer: When You're the Governor of New Jersey. Acting Attorney General John Hoffman, a trusted Christie insider, issued a formal legal opinion this week in which he determined that Executive Order 24 - which requires annual disclosure of gifts, etc. Show More Summary
As expected, Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) isn't particularly happy that the media's spending so much time covering Bridgegate. So during an off-the-record dinner with the New Jersey media corps, he delivered an expletive-filled roast that may have just been his unfiltered thoughts.
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
Bridget Kelly, the New Jersey governor’s former deputy chief of staff, and Bill Baroni, a former Christie appointee to the Port Authority, had originally been ordered to stand trial in July.
May 19 (Reuters) - A New Jersey federal judge has set a Nov. 16 trial date for Governor Chris Christie's former aide and an ex-ally in the "Bridgegate" scandal. Christie's former deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly, as well as Bill Baroni,...Show More Summary
In a generally strong interview with Megyn Kelly yesterday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made the case that “you can learn foreign policy” but that the only way to learning decision-making is to do it. It’s a solid argument with a few corollaries. First, governors are going to have an extra burden showing they are […]
A Quinnipiac University poll from April 20 showed that 65 percent of New Jersey voters think Governor Chris Christie would make a lousy president. When Fox News's Megyn Kelly asked him on Monday what we should make of these numbers, Christie explained why they were, in fact, a good thing.... More »
The more the New Jersey governor says the Bridgegate scandal has "nothing to do with" him, the harder it is to take his defense seriously.
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...
The New Jersey governor has reportedly used Hurricane Sandy relief money for political purposes, and so much worse
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.