Trump May Still Fire Mueller if Fox News Has Anything to Say About It
How the President's Pravda could sway our politics.
How the President's Pravda could sway our politics.
In the South Park episode "Cartmanland," Eric Cartman buys a theme park so he can keep everybody else out, just as Chris Christie hogged the Island Beach State Park that he just shut down.
It's kinda weak the way Trump's people won't own the Birther thing, isn't it?
The people he's surrounded himself with so far are one step removed from a bobblehead doll and a turd floating in a bowl of apple sauce.
On Saturday night, Chris Christie and Marco Rubio unwittingly revealed the default Republican position on every policy ranging from healthcare to taxes and the environment. What is that response? In one word: Obama
It's the morning after Fox News held what has to be an unprecedented Republican primary debate that was missing the party's frontrunner, and you're going to hear a lot of analysis today making the cute claim that Donald Trump won the debate simply by virtue of the shadow his stunt charity event cast. They're right that Trump won, but wrong about why.
You can keep him, New Hampshire.
this isn’t how Chris Christie envisioned his fate to be at this stage of the campaign. He is fighting for his political life. A campaign that had enormous potential now flails around aimlessly, with Christie pandering to the worst of the Republican electorate while abandoning previous positions that would have helped him reach across the isle.
New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential kitten-hanging-from-a-branch motivational poster Chris Christie took a beating on Sunday morning at the hands of CNN's Jake Tapper.
It's not just a show, it's a shitshow, and we've got clips in real time.
This is a serious election about serious issues, so why does Carly Fiorina get a Jacuzzi?
If you want to watch Republican candidate hit Donald Trump's fist with their faces over and over again, you've come to the right place. Let the pigeons loose!
It's seriously an Idiocracy solution. Christie is this close to suggesting we solve the California drought by watering our crops with Brawndo.
After cramming 7 minutes of entertainment into 80 minutes of kiddie-table debate Thursday afternoon, the main event is finally here: the first official 2016 Republican presidential candidates' debate. Frontrunner Donald Trump faces off against the rest of the top ten in a death match to the death, and we will have all the highlights in near-real time.
Chris Christie actually did nothing but lie during his interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, but at least one of those lies will probably come back to bite him at Thursday's first Republican presidential debate.
SOMEONE PLEASE MAKE IT STOP. PLEASE MAKE IT STOP.
Does Chris Christie have the right to tell us what we can put in our bodies?
Apparently, the governor slept through 100% of the coverage of Hillary's email "scandal."
Go on, add a few more. Why not?
The reality is that the majority of Americans favor pot legalization, a trend that has been growing steadily for the past 45 years. Christie's inability to tune into this growing awareness of reality shows you just how out of sync he is with today's cultural zeitgeist.
Our intrepid White House reporter got hot, fresh reaction from the White House to Chris Christie's CPAC swipe at the administration.
With governors like these, it's no surprise Republicans are looking elsewhere for 2016.
President Obama came out in favor of vaccines this weekend, which means we are probably all doomed now.
Guess who Trump thinks should be president? Okay, don't.
Seriously, mark your calendars because Sunday's playoff game in Dallas heralded the end of the Christie presidential campaign -- that is if it ever existed in the first place.
Iowa pork producers carry greater influence over Christie than 93 percent of New Jersey voters and nearly the entire New Jersey Assembly and Senate.
Boy, that escalated quickly. I mean that really got out of hand -- fast.
Chris Christie 2016: Yes We Can... Quarantine You.
A comment like this won't likely hurt Christie in a Republican primary, where heartlessness is a virtue.
Rand Paul won't have an easy path to the nomination, but more and more it's looking like he'll have the easiest.
Chris Christie hit the gun nut trifecta: He vetoed a gun control bill, gave a crazy reason why, and managed to insult the parents of Sandy Hook shooting victims.
Please don't drink and douche.
Chris Christie's 'Tonight Show' appearance Thursday night began with the promise of some hard-edged comedic ribbing when The Roots introduced the governor by playing "The Bridge is Over." But it was all downhill from there.
Happy Wednesday! I got nothing...it's Wednesday. Here's what's happening on the interweb:
Welcome back to Monday, and your return to the grind of the work-week. Here are a couple of headlines and internet goodies to get your through the day.
There’s a pervasive lie about Chris Christie that he’s different from what the Republican Party has become. That he’s a moderate... When it comes down to brass tacks, Chris Christie is just another Republican asshole in a long line of Republican assholes.
In a hilarious segment, Jon Stewart reacted to new accusations that Chris Christie's office used Sandy aid as political leverage last night, slamming Christie for what he called "Some old-school New Jersey corruption".
Happy MLK day. Hopefully you're reading this from the comfort of your home, because by all accounts you should have the day off today. Regardless, here are some headlines and assorted internet nonsense to kill some time.
The Wall Street Journal discovered the following photo of Christie palling around with Wildstein on September 11, 2013 -- which also happened to be Day Three of the lane closures and traffic jams across the river.
What's most striking and eerily consistent about all of these stories is, to me, the centerpiece of the entire scandal. Specifically, it's the ugly, emotionless way in which the Christie administration has deliberately hurt average, innocent New Jersey residents in its effort to exact its petty Neo-Cosa-Nostra vengeance.
It's Monday and so it's back to the grind with you, gerbils. Here's a couple of headlines and some assorted stuff from around the internet to get you through the day.
With the release of hundreds of documents by the state of New Jersey in the Chris Christie bridge scandal, the extent of the massive cover-up of the lane closures is beginning to take shape.
Having no new ideas, no novel policy positions, and punching down on every trivial transgression like a spastic kid playing Whac-A-Mole on a Pixy Stix high pretty much knocks you out of the running for President.
It turns out that Sokolich was told back on September 12 that officers from the Port Authority Police Department (PAPD) were telling commuters that Sokolich himself was responsible for the lane closures.
Over the past several months, there's been a big debate nationally over what makes a good journalist, whether "advocacy journalism" is as potent as -- or is even more potent than -- traditional objective journalism. The Bergen Record just raised a welcome flag in the name of the latter.