Articles Posted in the " Chris Christie " Category

  • UPDATE: Dems fail to override Christie’s gun bill veto

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Updated 6:27 p.m. Well that was a waste of time. As predicted. On Thursday afternoon, the New Jersey State Senate failed to override Governor Chris Christie’s veto of a gun control bill (S2360) designed to inject government in the process of scrubbing medical records. The final State Senate […]

  • Christie auditions for America’s “enforcer” in new TV spot

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Chris Christie mentions just about every American supervillain (save China) in this well-timed new television spot released Monday, Save Jerseyans.  Watch the ad here: Transcript: Lawlessness in America and around the world under Barack Obama. Sanctuary cities engulfing Americans in crime. Drugs running rampant and destroying lives. ISIS […]

  • Lagging by the numbers, Christie aims to lock up local endorsements

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Chris Christie falling out of the “top 10” in new polling and fares even worse – 12th place worse – against Hillary Clinton in the RCP average’s rolling results. It’s grim, Save Jerseyans. So he’s falling back on a key element of his 2013 strategy: harvest endorsements. His campaign […]

  • Rand rips Trump, Christie in post-debate ‘Fox News Sunday’ segment

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Rand Paul‘s criticism of Donald Trump is as devastatingly on-point as his data collection criticism (played out during last week’s debate scrap with Chris Christie) is incoherent, Save Jerseyans. But that’s just one man’s learned opinion! Watch this video of his latest Fox News appearance and tell […]

  • POLL: Who “won” the Fox News GOP Debate?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The smoke has cleared… for now, Save Jerseyans. And what a show. For good or ill? Maybe “winning” a 10-man battle royal isn’t a reasonable expectation? Time will tell. Here are some of my Twitter-sized reactions if you missed out on the back-and-forth. For now, go ahead […]