Gov. Christie expected to go after N.J. Democrats at Mahwah town hall TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie is expected to take more shots at Democrats today at a town hall in Mahwah. The combative Republican governor has a lot on his plate: Decisions on the $31.7 billion state budget Democrats sent him on Monday, as well as a ... 06/27/2012 - 6:58 am | View Link
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Politics CHRIS CHRISTIE. Christie says he's tired of minimum wage talk. Christie says he's tired of minimum wage talk Gov. Chris Christie says he's tired of hearing about the ... 10/29/2014 - 7:46 am | View Website
They probably wouldn't call economics the "dismal science" if it had more brightly animated alpacas. And talking lollipops to explain it all. Funny or Die has a new animated short on income inequality from Anchorman director Adam McKay, featuring the voice talents of "unbelievably sweet alpacas" Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Sarah Silverman, plus heartless middle manager Andy Richter and know-it-all lollipop Billy Eichner.
Man's best narc: A dog who was just following directions led police officers to his owner, who was promptly arrested for failure to obey police, possession of drug paraphernalia, and manufacturing a controlled substance. Prattville Police spokeswoman Paula Barlow told The Associated Press that when two drug officers arrived Wednesday with a search warrant, Edwin Henderson took off from his Central Alabama home.