Strange but true, Gov. Chris Christie blasted the New Jersey Assembly last week for not focusing on state business. Minutes later, the governor boarded a plane to Iowa in pursuit of his presidential ambitions. So far this year, Christie has traveled out-of-state on at least 145 days.Read More →
Chris Christie and the case of a public record that mysteriously shrunk in half are returning to Superior Court.
A judge will hear arguments on whether Christie’s ‘secret’ media list was altered before its release, a possible violation of the court’s order.
Mark your calendars! Gov. Chris Christie made his first New Jersey public appearance in 51 days on Tuesday.
The governor has been a virtual phantom in the Garden State, especially since he officially announced his run for the White House in June. In 2015, he has traveled outside New Jersey for all or part of 141 days — more than half of the ongoing year.
For New Jersey taxpayers, the bad news is even worse than a report showing their state government is $160 billion in debt. The deficit is actually $10 billion higher – a whopping $170 billion – according to State Treasury records obtained by New Jersey Watchdog.Read More →
New Jersey ranks worst in the country for state debt, according to a new nationwide study. Each taxpayer would need to pay $52,300 to erase New Jersey’s existing bills, including public pensions and retiree health benefitsRead More →
With his White House run on the ropes, Chris Christie came out swinging Wednesday night at the prime-time Republican presidential debate on CNN. Instead of duking it out with the other 10 GOP hopefuls on the stage, the New Jersey governor aimed his blows at opponents who weren’t present — President Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton and the Democratic-controlled legislature in his home state.Read More →