from Tales from the Trail:

Christie thinks media should say ‘I’m sorry’ for Bridgegate coverage

July 6, 2015

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Chris Christie wants an apology from the "liberal media" that convicted him of "heinous acts" in their coverage of  the George Washington Bridge scandal, also known as "Bridgegate."

from Tales from the Trail:

Chris Christie and Hillary Clinton’s fake followers

July 2, 2015

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Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton and many other presidential hopefuls are haunted by fake followers on Twitter.

from Tales from the Trail:

Governor Christie announces 2016 Republican presidential bid

June 30, 2015

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Christie formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination during a kickoff rally in Livingston, New Jersey

Republican U.S. presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie formally announces his campaign at Livingston High School in Livingston, New Jersey, June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

from The Great Debate:

And Christie makes 16: Why are so many people running for president?

By David Greenberg
June 30, 2015

New Jersey Governor Christie addresses third Annual Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala in New York

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie addresses the third Annual Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala in New York, May 28, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

from The Great Debate:

Vaccine politics: Blame science and win in Iowa

By Robert D. Johnston
February 3, 2015

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his wife Mary Pat Christie visit the One Nucleus life science company headquarters in Cambridge

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his wife Mary Pat Christie at the One Nucleus life science company headquarters in Cambridge, England, February 2, 2015. REUTERS/Neil Hall

from The Great Debate:

How the Ebola quarantine became a ‘states’ rights’ issue

By Howard Markel
October 30, 2014

Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie speaks during a news conference about New York's first case of Ebola, in New York

What if someone with a deadly and mysterious infectious disease arrived at one of the largest urban centers in the United States? Certainly, we would expect the White House to consult the finest scientific minds in the federal government, academia and medicine to develop the best, most evidence-based approach to the contagious crisis.

from Nicholas Wapshott:

I’m Ronald Reagan! No, I’m Reagan! No, over here, I’m the real Reagan!

By Nicholas Wapshott
July 22, 2014

 Rand Paul introduces U.S. Senate Republican Leader Sen. McConnell to crowd of campaign supporters after McConnell defeated Tea Party challenger Bevin in state Republican primary elections in Louisville

Did anyone hear the crack of a starting pistol? Nor me. But the race to become the Republican presidential nominee in 2016 is on.

from The Great Debate:

Ralph Reed’s Faith and Freedom forum features a kinder, gentler Republican message

June 27, 2014

 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie walks out to shakes hands with Ralph Reed after he spoke at the second day of the 5th annual Faith & Freedom Coalition's "Road to Majority" Policy Conference in Washington

The great American composer and critic Virgil Thomson used to say that when he went to a concert, he didn’t listen to music. He listened for music.

from The Great Debate:

The Republican war cuts through CPAC

By Craig Shirley
March 11, 2014

The 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference has ended but the harsh debate between the Republican establishment and the Tea Party goes on. Though nothing remains static indefinitely. Things do change.

from MuniLand:

Chris Christie’s pension reform: round two

By Cate Long
March 4, 2014

I have a lot of experience talking to Congressional staffers, regulators, rating agency analysts, municipal bond traders and portfolio managers. When you pump these parties for information there is always a clear line about the type and amount of information they will share.