Tag Archives: New Jersey

Armchair Quarterbacking in New Jersey

All right. First off, it is important to note that the soldiers you see here are National Guardsman. This is an important distinction, because these soldiers do not receive as much training or experience as active duty personnel. Second, somebody clearly … Continue reading

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More Vintage Christie: Destiny Should Not Be Determined by Zip Code

On June 22nd, Governor Christie hosted his 20th town hall meeting of 2011, in the town of Fair Lawn, New Jersey. As usual, the Governor presents some very clear statistics about how wasteful government-run education has been in New Jersey. … Continue reading

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Christie Scores Legislative Victory Against Public Unions

According to The New York Times, New Jersey’s Assembly passed a bill 46 to 32 today that would “sharply increase what state and local workers must contribute for their health insurance and pensions, suspend cost-of-living increases to retirees’ pension checks, … Continue reading

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My Favorite Governor

There are very few politicians who tell it like it is. However, the rare politician who does, can be a godsend. Governor Chris Christie is one of those politicians. I just wish he would run for President. I wanted to … Continue reading

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Channeling Chris Christie: How to Handle Public Unions

“If what you want to do is put on a show and giggle every time I talk, then I have no interest in answering your question.” — Governor Chris Christie New Jersey Governor Christie lays out his case against public-sector-union … Continue reading

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