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America, Meet Chris Christie

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to make his long anticipated announcement that he will seek the Presidency, and he will do so at Livingston High School where he was president of his graduating class.  2,375 more words


Baraka on Christie, Newark schools local control deal: "I'm not going to allow myself to be played"

NEWARK – Days after the resignation of Newark Schools Superintendent Cami Anderson and hours after the joint announcement with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of the formation of a nine-member board charged with easing the transition of the Newark school system back to local control from state control, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, in a situation that some political observers feel to be revolutionary in the summer of 2015, evoked the memory of another leader who led another revolution in another country close to 100 years ago. 1,531 more words


NEWARK, NJ – Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is expected to announce his 2016 Presidential campaign on Monday. The expected announcement comes following Mr. Christie’s efforts in recent weeks to clean up any unfinished business in the state including completing the budget and replacing controversial state appointed superintendent of Newark Public Schools, Cami Anderson. 96 more words

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Keeping It Real with Senator Cory Booker and Neil deGrasse...

Keeping It Real with Senator Cory Booker and Neil deGrasse Tyson

Minutes before taking the stage at StarTalk Live! at the historic Apollo Theater in New York City on May 28th, 2015, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson sat down to chat with guest Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey.

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Christie on Cami Anderson: "She did an extraordinary job" as Newark Schools Superintendent, despite controversy, protests

TRENTON – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, in the aftermath of Cami Anderson’s abrupt exit from her position as Newark Schools Superintendent earlier this week, sang Anderson’s praises to the heavens on Friday, despite the fact that many Newark residents want to figuratively send her to Hell for the implementation of her controversial school reorganization plan. 621 more words

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