The media buzz about the possibility of Governor Chris Christie being impeached is nothing more than click bait. It’s not going to happen. The people writing that it could or should happen either know it won’t happen, don’t know what they are talking about or are trying to ensure that Christie has no political future.
The buzz got started when both the prosecution and the defense attorneys in the Bridgegate trial claimed that Christie knew that the George Washington Bridge lane closures in September of 2013 were political retribution against Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich while the lanes were closed and not a part of a traffic study. Christie has already been convicted of that in the court of public opinion.
Your favorite blogger will be taking his radio face to the Tommy G Show this afternoon from 3-3:30.
The Tommy G Show is broadcast Monday through Friday from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. on 1450 Talk Radio, WTC The Voice of Central Jersey on your AM dial or via the Internet at TommyGShow.com. At Tommy’s website you can also download the app to easily access the show everyday from your phone.
Tommy and Art will be discussing the presidential campaign, congressional campaigns, county and local races and Trenton’s gridlock. You never know what else comes up when Tommy and Art get together.
LINDEN — Officials have identified the Linden police officers who were injured while apprehending Ahmad Khan Rahami, the Elizabeth man who was wanted in connection with weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey. When the two officers approached Rahami at about 11:30 a.m. Monday on the steps of an East Elizabeth Street bar, Rahami allegedly… Read the rest of this entry »
SEASIDE PARK — Federal and state law enforcement agencies were deployed Saturday morning after an explosive device went off along the route of a 5K run and walk to benefit military soldiers. No one was injured in the blast, according to Al Dellafave, spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office. Agents from the FBI, the Bureau… Read the rest of this entry »
Toni Ann Marletta, 50, of Leonardo, said “I found that out,” when asked by Assistant Prosecutor Meghan Doyle if she was aware that Marissa Procopio had died as a result of being stuck by the car Marletta was driving on Route 36 on July 7, 2015.
In her allocution, Marletta said that she fled the scene of the accident because she had let her insurance lapse two months earlier. She admitted asking the children, her daughter and two others, who were passengers in the car not to talk about the accident until she figured out what she was going to do about it.
Marletta pleaded guilty to Leaving the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident that resulted in a Death and to two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child this morning before Superior Court Judge Ronald Reisner in Freehold. Under a plea agreement, the prosecution is recommending a sentence of 7 years for Leaving the Scene and 4 years for Endangering—to be served concurrently. Marletta will also face fines and a license suspension for motor vehicle infractions including having no insurance.
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie is asking the state Supreme Court to reopen the landmark Abbott v. Burke case that redefined school funding and to give the state education chief power to bypass laws and bargaining agreements that protect veteran teachers, the governor’s office announced Thursday. In a legal filing by Attorney General Christopher Porrino, the… Read the rest of this entry »
New Jersey Post Traumatic Stress Disorder patients can be treated with Medical Marijuana, after conventional treatments have failed, under a bill signed by Governor Chris Christie on Wednesday. The new law took effect upon Christie signing the bill.
The bill, which passed with veto proof majorities in the Assembly and Senate, adds PTSD to the list of debilitating medical conditions that can be legally treated with cannabis under the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act.
In a statement issued with the enactment of the bill, Christie cited the increase in PTSD among military veterans and others since the terrorist attack upon the United States on September 11, 2001. Christie said he was directing the Commissioner of the Department of Health to promulgate regulations to deter the abuse of medical marijuana that might result from the enactment of this new law.
TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is scrapping an agreement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania that has allowed taxpayers to pay income tax in the state where they live, not where they work. The Christie administration on Friday notified officials in Harrisburg, Pa., that the governor was nixing the agreement. That means wealthy Pennsylvania… Read the rest of this entry »
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie has resumed talks with Democratic legislative leaders in another attempt to end a stalemate over transportation funding that prompted a statewide road construction shutdown heading into its third month. Christie met with Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson) on Monday, and will meet with Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester), as well this… Read the rest of this entry »