2016 Presidential Election
It’s the first official step on the path to a 2016 Presidential run for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He has formed a Political Action Committee, which will allow him to start fundraising efforts.
The “when” is settled. Still unknown is the “where.”
“It’s a traffic nightmare that never ends for Governor Christie,” says Maurice Carroll, of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
Today on the show Chris discusses Governor Christie’s State of the State address, Marco Rubio’s appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and how a Central Buck High School West guidance counselor was fired for a threat on Facebook. Chris also talks to Editor of Philadelphia Magazine Tom McGrath about Charlie Hebdo.
5:30am- Jeff rang in the New Year by watching “The Interview.” He thought it was hilarious and is glad it was released despite threats from North Korea. He sees the movie release as a victory […]
5:30am- Jeff Bolton is filling in for Chris. He starts the show off by discussing the latest developments in the disappearance of AirAsia flight 8501. According to reports, rescue officials believe that the plane crashed […]
5:30am- Jeff opens the show by discussing AirAsia Flight 8501. The plane went missing over the weekend. Some are speculating that the disappearance of plane was caused by torrential rain that struck the region. Jeff […]
During his remarks made in Calgary, he referred to what he calls a “North American model” for the rest of the world to emulate.
This time last year, the governor was cruising to a re-election landslide. His potential presidential ambitions looked bright. Now, not so much.
On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall talked to author and fellow Talk Show Host Dick Morris about his new book, Power Grab, and the upcoming 2016 Presidential election.
Mummers, the Philly Phanatic, and several hundred city boosters gathered outside the hotel to cheer as a bus carrying members of the DNC site selection committee pulled up.
If the presidential election were held today, survey responses indicate Hillary Clinton would lose to Rand Paul, 46 to 43 percent, but she’d edge out Chris Christie.
Dr. Nickolaos Linardopoulos, a crisis communications expert at Rutgers University, labels Christie’s handling of the situation “brilliant” up to this point.
Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday apologized to his constituents and said he was “embarrassed and humiliated” by his staff but had no idea his aides may have closed highway lanes to exact political retribution.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.