MERCERVILLE, N.J. — A New Jersey administrative law judge on Monday heard two challenges to GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s eligibility to appear on the New Jersey ballot, based upon the Texas senator’s having been born in Canada. The judge, Jeff Masin, said he would issue a decision Tuesday on the challenges to Cruz’s eligibility to… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: April 11th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics | Tags: 2016 Presidential elections, 2016 Presidential politics, Natural Born Citizen, Ted Cruz | 1 Comment »
By Tommy DeSeno
In the 18th century, Bonnie Prince Charlie, aka Charles Edward Stuart, was the last Jacobite Pretender to the throne of England. The Bonnie Prince thought the English throne was his birthright, so he traveled the countryside picking fights with anyone who disagreed.
Donald Trump, our current Bonnie Prince, acts very much the same. His intemperance and penchant for vengeance is manifest in response to any challenge to him, with no crack too lowbrow, be it McCain’s heroics, Carly’s face or Megyn’s menstrual cycle. Only a Jacobean sense of entitlement could bring a Wharton grad into the gutter. Even Jeb knew the Presidency had to be earned, not inherited or claimed.admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Opinion, Tommy DeSeno | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Donald Trump, Opinion, Tom DeSeno, Tommy DeSeno | 7 Comments »
ELIZABETH — Gov. Chris Christie said Friday that Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s prediction of “riots” if he was denied the Republican nomination through backroom maneuvering at the party’s convention in Cleveland this summer was just colorful speech, and not to be taken literally. Speaking to reporters at a press conference a in Elizabeth on Friday… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: March 19th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump | 2 Comments »
Most so called experts are saying that unless Donald Trump wins both the Florida and Ohio primaries tonight that he won’t have the 1237 delegates needed to win the 2016 GOP presidential nomination outright. Two of Trump’s three remaining competitors for the nomination are openly angling for a brokered nominating convention.
New Jersey’s presidential primary could make a difference in who is nominated for the first time in decades. Trump is poll obsessed and knows that Governor Chris Christie’s approval numbers at home are in the tank. As The Donald has been saying about Marco Rubio in Florida, Christie couldn’t get elected dog catcher in New Jersey.
Christie has declared himself the most prominent of Trump’s endorsements.Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump | Tags: 2016 Presidential elections, 2016 Presidential politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump | 5 Comments »
TRENTON — Donald Trump is probably the main reason Gov. Chris Christie didn’t win the Republican nomination for president, his campaign manager told NJ Advance Media. But even though Trump dashed Christie’s White House dreams, Ken McKay says the governor’s controversial endorsement of the real estate mogul should be taken as nothing more than an act… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: March 3rd, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump, New Jersey | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump, New Jersey | Comments Off on Christie campaign manager reveals why Gov. backed Trump
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 link to an app through TuneIn to easily access the show everyday from your phone.
Art’s segment is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. He and Tommy will be discussing the 2016 Presidential campaign, Governor Chris Christie’s return to New Jersey and you never know what else comes up when Tommy and Art get together.
Tune in for some fun yet provocative talk about some serious subjects.
Posted: February 23rd, 2016 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Art Gallagher, Monmouth County News | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Art Gallagher, Chris Christie, Monmouth County News, TommyG Show | Comments Off on Art G returns to Tommy G
Governor Chris Christie publicly suspended his presidential campaign moments ago with the following statement posted on facebook:
I ran for president to say that the government needs to once again work for the people, not the people work for the government. And while running for president I tried to reinforce what I have always believed – that speaking your mind matters, that experience matters, that competence matters and that it will always matter in leading our nation. That message was heard by and stood for by a lot of people, but just not enough and that’s ok. I have both won elections that I was supposed to lose and I’ve lost elections I was supposed to win and what that means is you never know what will happen. That is both the magic and the mystery of politics – you never quite know when which is going to happen, even when you think you do. And so today, I leave the race without an ounce of regret. I’m so proud of the campaign we ran, the people that ran it with me and all those who gave us their support and confidence along the way. Mary Pat and I thank you for the extraordinary display of loyalty, friendship, understanding and love.
Strap on your seat belts, New Jersey.
By Art Gallagher
Governor Chris Christie has been called, by friend and foes alike, the best political communicator since Ronald Reagan or Bill Clinton. Yet, after abandoning his post in New Jersey for the better part of two years in his quest for the presidency, the voters in Iowa and New Hampshire were unmoved by his talent.
As pundits and strategists dissect Christie’s failure, so far none have pointed to the obvious: Christie’s entitlement reform plan. Christie promised a harder future.
Donald Trump’s campaign in a variation of Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign. “Yes we can” has been replaced by “Make America Great Again.”
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A somber Governor Chris Christie congratulated Donald Trump on winning the New Hampshire GOP presidential primary, thanked his family and supporters and announced that he is returning to New Jersey to wait for the final results of the primary before determining whether to continue his quest for the presidency.
Christie said the decision would depend on whether he comes in fifth or sixth in New Hampshire when the final count is announced and on what is best for “my family, my state and for my country.”Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Chris Christie | Comments Off on Christie returns to New Jersey. Will decide future in presidential campaign today
By Stuart J. Moskovitz
It is amusing to see Christie and his supporters act like Donald Trump in claiming victory out of a resounding defeat. True, Christie landed tough punches against Rubio. it is arguable he may have hurt him with those punches. We will see Tuesday. Frankly, if Rubio still finishes second or third, Christie’s punches will be yesterday’s sushi.
The fundamental truth about the Republican primary is that there is only going to be one nominee coming out of this to face the Democrat. Proving you are almost as good at being Donald Trump as Donald Trump is not going to get you nominated.admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Chris Christie, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, New Hamsphire Primary, Stuart J. Moskovitz, Stuart Moskovitz | 1 Comment »