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No, Chris Christie isn’t “back”: Why he may be confident, but his moment has passed

The New Jersey governor is his "authentic" self once again -- but that may not get him very far anymore

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Mixed news for New Jersey is not helpful for the governor’s presidential ambitions. “New Jersey shed 4,500 jobs in October and the unemployment rated ticked back up to 6.6 percent, but revised numbers painted a better-than-expected job picture for September, according to the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.” He is not afraid to […]

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie: ‘There’s an Agenda at The Network Level at MSNBC’

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells The New York Times Magazine about his once hot, now quite cold relationship with MSNBC, and in particular, with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of “Morning Joe,” where Christie was once aShow More Summary

Republican Governors Pick Haslam as Chairman, Martinez as Vice Chairman

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam was chosen Thursday to be chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association, succeeding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

The Intersection of Gestation Crates and Presidential Politics

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie faces a threat to his brand of “straight talk” and “no nonsense” with the full-blown national controversy over his veto last year of a bill to ban gestation crates, and his apparent recent pledge to...       ...Show More Summary

Chris Christie Has A Jeb Bush Problem

It appears that Governor Jeb Bush is revving up for 2016, and that's bad news for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. It means Wall Street donors that might otherwise have thrown coins in Christie's coffers could be handing their money to Bush instead. Show More Summary

Chris Christie Is Back

A year after bridge-gate, the governor of New Jersey has completed an unlikely comeback. So what’s next?

It's Tancredo Versus Christie in Primary States

ince the news broke on this blog Nov. 6 that he was forming a "Stop Chris Christie PAC," former congressman Tom Tancredo has been on the interview circuit bashing the New Jersey Governor and filling in a few details about what, specifically,...Show More Summary

For Christie’s Sake, Ban the Crates

I can understand Chris Christie’s dilemma – either signing an enormously popular bill to ban gestation crates in New Jersey or caving in to the veto demands of Iowa Governor Terry Branstad, whose support is coveted by every aspiringShow More Summary

Chris Christie Loses 100 Pounds — Prepping For 2016 Presidential Race?

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has reportedly lost at least 100 pounds as a result of Lap-Band surgery he had last February. Is his slim-down part of his plan to get fit prior to announcing a run for president in the 2016 election?...Show More Summary

Kaci Hickox says "I never had Ebola, so please stop calling me 'the Ebola Nurse' – now!"

I like the dissonance between "please" and "now!"I never had Ebola. I never had symptoms of Ebola. I tested negative for Ebola the first night I stayed in New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s private prison in Newark. I am now past the incubation period – meaning that I will not develop symptoms of Ebola.

Deep Thought: Why Will Christie Keep Day Job While Running For President?

promoted by Rosi It seemed sort of odd that Chris Christie would say he's going to keep his job as Governor of New Jersey even if he decides to run for President. There's NJ and federal rules against certain moneyed folks donating if...Show More Summary

New Jersey Assembly Passes Bill to Legalize Assisted Suicide, Gov. Christie Promises to Veto

The New Jersey Assembly today passed a bill to legalize assisted suicide and it will now send the measure to Governor Chris Christie, who has promised to veto it. After impassioned speeches on both sides of the debate, the New Jersey Assembly passed the bill on a 41-31 vote. Since the legislation already had the […]

Christie Promises to Keep Not Doing His Job If He Runs For President

promoted by Rosi The New Jersey Constitution, the document that determines who has what power, states very clearly that the Lt. Governor has all the power of the Governor's office when the Governor is out of state, and the Governor has none. Show More Summary

Aide: Christie Won't Resign to Run for President

Chris Christie has made clear to donors and potential supporters that he will not leave his job as New Jersey governor if he runs for president in 2016. "The governor is telling people that he is not going to resign," Christie's top political strategist Mike DuHaime said. Show More Summary

Chris Christie's Pig Problem

Why a bill about confining big hogs in tiny pens tells us something meaty about the New Jersey governor and his political ambitions.

Yglesias Award Nominee

“There is an animal-welfare bill on New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s desk right now, S998, which passed both the Senate and the Assembly with strong bipartisan support. The bill would ban the use in New Jersey of so-called gestation crates, the metal stalls, 2 feet wide by 7 feet long, that confine more than 80 […]

In Blue State Turned Red, Former Candidate Says Low Turnout Reflects Dems' Failures

(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) Larry Hogan, left, governor-elect of Maryland, is shown a campaign rally at Patapsco Arena in Baltimore on Sunday, November 2, 2014. He is accompanied by New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie, chairman...Show More Summary

In Blue State Turned Red, Former Candidate Says Turnout Reflects Dems' Failures

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  (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) Larry Hogan, left, governor-elect of Maryland, is shown a campaign rally at Patapsco Arena in Baltimore on Sunday, November 2, 2014. He is accompanied by New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie, chairman...Show More Summary

Comeback Christie?

So, here’s how NJ’s largest paper feels about @ChrisChristie coming home… pic.twitter.com/BqSFd7Fnso — Mo Elleithee (@MoElleithee) November 7, 2014 In a radio segment yesterday, the New Jersey governor hinted that he’s still got his eye on 2016, calling the time he spent on the road stumping for other Republicans this campaign season “a good trial […]

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