Though the New Jersey state Supreme Court has taken progressive strides, the latest from Governor Christie this week was not an act of ideology -- it was an act of power.
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Cory Booker has become cliche: Newark's Savior-in-Progress. An image that's been marching in place for the better part of a decade.
Chris Christie became New Jersey's new governor this morning. He rode a huge wave of anti-incumbent sentiment in November's election. His most penetrating message was 'Change.'
Contrary to popular belief, New Jersey's same sex marriage equality legislation isn't dead yet. There are five Democratic Senators voting no. That means at least three Republicans are needed to pass.
Christie's lack of specificity and stubbornness in his ad did nothing but prove his duplicity and inform more people that he sides with insurance companies over New Jersey women.
Christie is now on film, getting short with someone for daring to question the whims of the health care industry.
He billed himself as a corruption fighter, questioned the ethics of those in power and promised to put an end to no-bid contracts for the politically ...
It appears the good poll numbers have gone to Chris Christie's head, because now he's modeling himself after anti-stimulus Republican Governors Sanford, Jindal and Barbour.
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