A federal investigation of the George Washington Bridge closure has failed to uncover a link to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, despite the liberal media’s best efforts to create one:
The U.S. Justice Department investigation into Gov. Chris Christie’s role in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal has thus far uncovered no evidence indicating that he either knew in advance or directed the closure of traffic lanes on the span, federal officials tell NBC 4 New York.
The news is blow to hopes and dreams of MSNBC hosts, who have covered the scandal obsessively for the better part of a year. In fact, many liberals were convinced that Christie was directly involved in the scandal, and had essentially destroyed his political career. A look back:
A recent Free Beacon analysis found that President Obama is incapable of throwing a baseball correctly. A subsequent Washington Post analysis has confirmed these findings.
The Post created the following chart showing how well various celebrities have performed on the pitching mound. It’s not pretty:
More than 800,000 New Jersey residents will be forced to find different health insurance as plans that no longer cover the Affordable Care Act’s requirements are phased out, the New Jersey Star-Ledger reported on Sunday.
Chairman of the New Jersey State Planning Commission and former Democratic Mayor Ed McKenna was arrested and charged for driving while intoxicated earlier this week.
Frustration has now turned to anger for many Hurricane Sandy victims after living in limbo for more than six months, and they say the slow response and inaction by the Obama administration is taking its toll.
An estimated 550,000 illegal immigrants call New Jersey home, good for the fifth-highest population in any state—and the financial burden they impose on taxpayers is causing concern.
New Jersey state Democratic rising star, Assemblyman Joe Cryan sent more than 150 sexually explicit emails to a lobbyist later arrested for stalking him, reports the New York Post.
According to a poll by Quinnipiac University, Sen. Bob Menendez’s (D., N.J.) approval rating has dropped to a five-year low.