New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been a loyal supporter of Donald Trump and undoubtedly deserves a political payoff for his support. We suggest Ambassador to Someplace Warm that does not have an Islamism problem, perhaps the Republic of Vanuatu, but certainly not Attorney General.
The lie in the Obama-Clinton narrative about the global jihad movement’s alleged “selective” use of religious texts to justify its actions is that terrorism and sexual slavery and everything that goes with them are not inventions of ISIS, or “violent extremists,” they are right there in the Qur’an – and in graphic terms that cannot be misunderstood or taken out of context.
Had Chris Christie been on the ballot this year he might very well have gone down to defeat for the same reasons Democratic candidates for Governor had a bad day at the ballot box – high taxes and out-of-control state spending.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee just received an unexpected shot of cash from the RNC. Using some of it to help promising conservatives (such as Jeff Bell in New Jersey) would help start to ease the longstanding rift between the Right and the NRSC.
Some of Chris Christie's potential rivals who are also governors have sought ways to leverage fed. money, and others have spurned the Medicaid expansion altogether. Christie, however, embraced Obama’s vision of expanding the fed.-state health care program for the poor.
In a shocking video posted Wed., a New Jersey police officer is seen telling animal rights activist Steve Wronko that since Barack Obama doesn't follow the Constitution, he doesn't have to either.
Tom MacArthur has been attacking Steve Lonegan for opposing the $60 billion in Hurrican Sandy corruption infested pork. Even NJ Dems admit the GOP was right about the waste in the relief package. But MacArthur is attacking Lonegan. Now he is suing the whole Lonegan campaign.
TEA Party conservative Steve Lonegan is fighting RINO Tom MacArthur for the soul of the GOP in NJ’s 3rd congressional district. MacArthur appears not to have been vetted by the NRCC given his tax and spend politics.
No one else in America, save Hillary Clinton, starts the 2016 political season with a larger Rolodex of Washington insider supporters than does Jeb Bush. A Bush candidacy also holds out the hope of millions of dollars in consulting business and lucrative lobbying contracts for a small but powerful coterie of Bush family supporters and acolytes.
More bad news for Gov. Chris Christie: NJ is dead last in terms of its financial health, according to a new report released by the free-market Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie could face impeachment over the spiraling Bridgegate scandal, Star-Ledger columnist Paul Mulshine said. Emails surfaced that show Christie's staff called for the lane closures that caused ambulance delays, as well as serious traffic jams --all because a mayor wouldn't endorse Christie.
Gov. Chris Christie said he would sign a version of the “Dream Act” into state law. The move will offer undocumented immigrant students in-state tuition, but will not allow them to receive state financial aid.
Gov. Chris Christie finds himself fending off a local scandal that has become an early stumbling block on his road to a run for president in 2016. He claims Dems are making a mountain out of a molehill. All indications are that the Repub. has nobody to blame but himself for his current woes.
We think the ads against any candidate in a Republican presidential primary that supports granting public benefits to illegal aliens pretty well write themselves. To call Governor Christie to let him know you oppose granting in-state tuition and financial aid to illegal immigrants call the New Jersey Governor’s office at 609-292-6000.
The Council on the American Islamic Relations (CAIR) excoriated many of its critics in their "Islamophobia" report, but the group also had a "Best List Inductees" which included Gov. Chris Christie.
Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to abandon his legal fight against gay marriage has enraged social conservatives and shows he’s betting a big reelection win next month matters more to his 2016 presidential ambitions than appealing to a religious base already leery of him.
Chris Christie might be the media rage right now, but that doesn’t mean he’s good for the GOP.
New Jersey isn’t considered a great place for a tea partier to run, but Lonegan could change that.