The subject: Christie canceling the “Big Dig” boondoggle in New Jersey, a railroad tunnel between New Jersey and New York. It’s cost is already estimated to cost the state $2.5 billion more than planned. Christie will decide definitively today … but … has he says … there’s no more money. Guts. Read more
… if you let this opportunity slip away. Chris Christie paid a visit to Connecticut to campaign and endorse Linda McMahon and the most telling moment came in the first video below, toward the end of the speech. “You need to stand up and fight.” Read more
Unfortunately, it’s not completely clear what Ed Buck – activist and former European-traveling model – is yelling about. I think he mentioned somebody lying about Jerry Brown, but Ace mentions something about Meg Whitman – running for governor in California as a Republican – looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger in a dress. You can’t make this stuff up.
I’ll take one of these please. Another New Jersey teacher tries to take on Chris Christie and learns a thing or two about decorum. Watch the video while you listen and you tell me, is this really a teacher or a 1st grade student? Perhaps she’s been around kids a little too long. Read more
New Jersey Education Commissioner Bret Schundler has been relieved of his duties. Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) made it a point to note Schundler provided the correct budget figures at a “Race to the Top” presentation in Washington D.C. Did anyone have a camera focused on Schundler when Christie made that claim?
I found this interesting, even though we’re talking quite a different demographic when comparing New Jersey to all of the United States.
In the Garden State, Gov. Chris Christie’s (R-N.J.) job approval rating is 51 percent, with 36 percent – including probably 99.9 percent of teachers – disapproving. How does that compare to President Obama?
If Governor Chris Christie (R, NJ) can cut a budget deficit of $11 billion dollars with his first budget … why is it Connecticut anguishes over a “projected gap” of $3 billion. Why is it the only way they could close the current gap was with smoke and mirrors. I’ll take one those Christie people, please. Read more
And that’s my question of the day. If Chris Christie can cut a budget deficit of $11 billion dollars with his first budget … why is it Connecticut anguishes over a “projected gap” of $3 billion. Why is it the only way they could close the current gap was with smoke and mirrors. I’ll take one of these, please. Hat tip to Hot Air for this one. Read more
I’ll take one of these please. Last night Christie shared some insights on his budget cutting ways and his willingness to run for President in 2012. The former will continue, the later, now way. Make sure you watch it all. Read more
I’ll take one of these please. May I have a Governor like this one please. More please. Tough choices and the unions hate him, but the people of New Jersey love him. Why? Not because he’s a budget cutter. Because they know the day of reckoning is at hand too. Read more