Articles Posted in the " Christie " Category


  • Christie declares State of Emergency as Juno Arrives

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Winter Storm Juno is already upon us, Save Jerseyans, with light snow falling across most of the Garden State at this hour, the first such major event of this season, and Governor Chris Christie is getting on a jump on the worst of the winter weather (expected […]


  • Christie’s PAC Launches Online

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s game on, Save Jerseyans. Hours after wrapping up a highly-visible appearance at the Iowa Freedom Summit, Governor Chris Christie’s long-anticipated leadership political action committee has launched online. “America has been a nation that has always controlled events and yet today events control us,” the website, leadershipforamericamatters.org, explains […]


  • Christie: I’m not “too New Jersey for Iowa”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog At the podium addressing this year’s Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday, Save Jerseyans, Governor Chris Christie continued a theme from his State of the State address: a nation beset by anxiety. He also touted his pro-life position (saying he was “living proof” that pro-lifers can win in blue states), […]


  • Christie’s Game Plan: Here’s What We Think

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot People keep asking us: What is Governor Chris Christie’s game plan vis-a-vis 2016? Well, we have been, we are and we will continue to be huge Christie fans. That’s obvious. But we’re not privy to any inside information because Team Christie always plays its cards very close to the vest. […]


  • Should Chris Christie run for president?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Tales of polls and defections aside… What say you, Save Jerseyans? Should he? Or shouldn’t he? Should Chris Christie run for president in 2016? Yes! No. Undecided…   pollcode.com free polls


  • Is Christie headed for a great fall?

    By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings Prominent New Jersey Republicans seem to finally be moving out of Governor Chris Christie’s shadow. This afternoon The Star Ledger reported that Monmouth County State Senator Joe Kyrillos was among the 15 or so New Jersey Republicans who met with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, a top rival of Christie’s for the 2016 GOP […]



  • Christie walking back support for Common Core?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie’s decision to reevaluate PARCC testing is nothing new, Save Jerseyans, but his rhetoric where the inextricably-linked Common Core issue is concerned has definitely changed.  In case you missed it, here’s what he had to say at the end of last week on NJ 101.5: […]


  • Mess at the Meadowlands

    By Toni Marie D’Alessandro | The Save Jersey Blog The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA) announced last week that they will be closing Izod Center (aka Continental Airlines Arena, aka Meadowlands Arena, aka Byrne Arena) at the end of the month.  Almost immediately, Governor Christie’s detractors began blaming Christie for the loss of this […]


  • Presidential Straw Poll!

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog You know the drill, Save Jerseyans… Just taking your temperature… If you had to vote in your state’s GOP primary/caucus today, who’d be your choice? Mitt Romney Jeb Bush Scott Walker Mike Huckabee Rand Paul Ted Cruz Chris Christie Other   pollcode.com free polls


  • A Nation of Disconnect

    By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog When President Barack Obama first uttered the phrase, “If Congress won’t act, I will,” he declared war on the U.S. Constitution, Save Jerseyans. Obama supposedly remains bound by the Constitution, and swore twice (on two separate Bibles) to uphold it. During an episode of the Odyssey Radio Program in […]


  • The Pallone Who Cried Wolf?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I can’t help but wonder: was Frank Pallone voted “most likely to waste everyone’s time on inane B.S.” in High School? Only if he wasn’t a classmate of John Wisniewski! But it still would’ve been a close call even in that case. He’s back in the news […]