Thursday, January 18, 2018
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Palin Now Irrelevant; No Get Out of Jail Card for Cannibal;...

Palin's decision not to run is not all that surprising. Omaima Nelson won't get parole. And, if George Clooney is in Ides of March, go see it.

Lunch with Christie; Hank’s Last MNF; and Arrested Dev is Back

Christie giving time to lose that gut by 2016. Hank Williams' last Monday Night Football tune. And, the return of Arrested Development is great downturn timing

Christie: Leaving the Door Open

New Jersey Governor and Tony Soprano political stuntman Chris Christie keeps saying he won’t run for President. Yet, the door is left open with a trail of on record statements and a speech at a recent Reagan Library event in Simi Valley, CA.

Is Christie Making That Move?

Chris Christie has, essentially, frozen the race. The most important Republican moneymen in the country, Paul Singer and David Koch, are waiting on him.

Carl Lewis Fails to Make the Ballot for New Jersey State...

The end may have finally arrived for Carl Lewis’ bid to represent the 8th Senate District in the New Jersey Legislature. A federal court ruled...

New Jersey’s State Police Need More Color

The New Jersey State Police department appears to have a trouble with color. Based on statistics, hiring officers of color is a very low priority for the department.

NJ Public Workers to Pay More for Benefits, Wait Longer to...

New Jersey lawmakers on Thursday approved a broad rollback of benefits for 750,000 government workers and retirees. The NJ Assembly passed the bill 46-32 despite the protests of thousands citizens protesting just outside of the State House.

VP Biden, Rep. Corrine Brown Lash Out at FL Gov. Over...

Both Vice President Joe Biden and Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown have recently lashed out at the state’s governor, Rick Scott, for killing the plan to bring rail to the Sunshine State.

All About Christie

Talk of Christie has gone off and on for months since the 2010 elections, with some Republican party-goers pressed to get the first-term Garden State Governor into the Presidential election fray.

Polling Projectors Keep an Close Eye on the Garden State

The battleground for 2012 is already beginning to take shape, with veteran political observers looking for signs of where the electorate might end up in two years.