I'm as distant from the politics of New York and New Jersey as it's possible to get, but I'm puzzled about today's news that the governors of both states have vetoed legislation that would have reformed the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Show More Summary
That's according to a new CNN poll, released Sunday, which put the former Florida governor on top of a hypothetical 2016 GOP field at 23 percent. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) came in second with 13 percent, followed by a raft of potential candidates statistically tied for third. Show More Summary
This is the sort of "bipartisanship" we could all do without. Cuomo and Christie, Defying Legislatures, Reject Bill to Overhaul Port Authority: The governors of New York and New Jersey, defying the unanimous votes of both their Legislatures,...Show More Summary
The governors of New York and New Jersey jointly vetoed legislation Saturday aimed at overhauling the Port Authority and proposed instead a series of reforms they said would go further in bringing... To view the full story, click the title link.
Cuba will not revoke political asylum for Americans, such as Assata Shakur, who have fled the United States, the Associated Press reports. Since President Barack Obama announced a shift in US policy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, New Jersey state police and the FBI have seized upon the shift as an opportunity to force Cuba [...]
Chris Christie believes that President Obama’s plan to normalize relations with communist Cuba requires the return to the U.S. of convicted cop killer Joanne Chesimard. The New Jersey governor made his feelings clear in a letter to the president that was issued on Thursday. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been taking some heat this week after he was caught on camera rooting for the Dallas Cowboys with owner Jerry Jones at a game against the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday. But when MSNBC's Ed Schultz...Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor is defending his cozy night watching the Dallas Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is standing by his Dallas Cowboys, after he sat in the owner’s box during a game in Philadelphia against the Eagles. During his monthly Ask the Governor radio show on New Jersey 101.5, the Republican defended his decision to stick with the Cowboys even though he is Governor of New Jersey. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie suggested that by 2017, Obamacare would be repealed if a Republican wins the presidency and Republicans maintain the majority in the House and Senate. Christie made his remarks during his monthly Ask the Governor show on New Jersey radio station 101.5. Show More Summary
The Only Thing That Is More Likely To Generate More Hate-filled Attacks On Republican Governor Chris Christie Out Of Philadelphians Is If He Is Seen Sitting In The 'NAACP Skybox' At A New Jersey Nets Game
In a pool report, The Times's Peter Baker writes: "Greeting Gov. Christie, POTUS gave him his typical hearty handshake and a pat on the governor's right arm. They chatted amiably for a few moments, then POTUS gave him a pat on the left arm."
As Air Force One lands in New Jersey this afternoon, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be on the tarmac to welcome President Obama back to his state. Christie, however, won't simply welcome the president with a handshake. According...Show More Summary
Look, you can understand why New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie would be a Cowboys fan. It's not like there's a pro football team in New Jersey, right? Oh, wait, right. Well, the Cowboys were playing the Eagles on Sunday night, and it'sShow More Summary
The Second Helping truck will be owned by pizzeria Tony Boloney's. Former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey is teaming with a NJ pizzeria to launch the state's first-ever "inmate re-entry" food business. The Star-Ledger reports McGreevey's...Show More Summary
promoted by Rosi Over the last week, deciminyan drafted thought exercises on how New Jersey might be different the Governor and the GOP had taken different steps during and after the closure of the GWB occurred. They're good pieces I recommend reading and want to add to these exercises. Show More Summary
The people who know the governor best don't want to see him in the White House
In the speculation about the GOP donor class’s intentions, most commentators have assumed that either (or both) former Florida governor Jeb Bush or New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will run for president in 2016. But what if neither does, or one or both runs and then falters? This is entirely plausible. Jeb Bush has positioned himself […]
(Reuters) - New Jersey voters say the rest of the United States is not ready for a "Jersey Guy" president and neither is the Garden State, where Governor Chris Christie's presidential appeal continues to slide, a poll released on Thursday showed. Show More Summary