Recent Event Highlights: Error on New Jersey's Race to Top forms found too late, panel is told - Philadelphia Inquirer, A conversation with Steve Lonegan - Asbury Park Press, Morning Bell: Secretary Duncan's Race to Waste Your Education Dollars - Heritage.org (blog), Christie admits clerical error on application for education funds, blames ... - Philadelphia Inquirer, HUFFPOST HILL - AUGUST 25TH, 2010 - Huffington Post (blog), Gov. Christie's 8/25 Transcript & Audio - MyFox Philadelphia, and 24 more...
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Reuters IndiaThe Fleeting Nature of Congressional MajoritiesBig Government (blog)Earlier this year, voters in New Jersey and Virginia did just that. Newly elected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie followed up his electoral win by making ...The Democratic fear-based strategySalonall 3,147 news articles »
Schools vs. SlogansThe Nation.Some, like the governors of Colorado and New Jersey, were enraged. Chris Christie, New Jersey's new conservative governor, blamed bureaucrats at the ...and more »
NFL Means No Free Lunch for TaxpayersThe New AmericanAnd so, when new Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey was asked about how his state, suffering greatly from revenue shortfalls in the recession, ...and more »
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)Error on New Jersey's Race to Top forms found too late, panel is toldPhiladelphia InquirerIn the first Race to the Top competition, whose results were announced in March, the state-funding section of New Jersey's application was awarded a full ...Nothing sensible in $400M fiascoGloucester County Times - NJ.comall 115 news articles »
A conversation with Steve LoneganAsbury Park PressHe has since spent much of his time criticizing the Republican governor for not being conservative enough. Lonegan is the state director of the New Jersey ...and more »
Morning Bell: Secretary Duncan's Race to Waste Your Education DollarsHeritage.org (blog)When Tuesday's results were announced, the New Jersey Education Association, the state's largest teachers union, was quick to claim that it was Gov. ...and more »
Boston GlobeDeparting BP head won't testify in Sept.Boston GlobeIn a letter this week signed by Hayward and obtained by the Associated Press, Hayward told Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, ...and more »
New York Daily NewsChristie admits clerical error on application for education funds, blames ...Philadelphia InquirerNJEA president Barbara Keshishian said the governor weakened New Jersey's score with his "misguided decision to hijack the grant application process for his ...Gov. Christie To Obama: Ever Heard Of Google?Gothamisterror might have cost NJ an education grantSalonall 2,123 news articles »
HUFFPOST HILL - AUGUST 25TH, 2010Huffington Post (blog)The Hill: "New Jersey narrowly lost out on $400 million in federal 'Race to the Top' education funding this week in part because of an administrative error. ...
Washington PostGov. Christie's 8/25 Transcript & AudioMyFox PhiladelphiaGOVERNOR: “We would all like more money in education in these difficult times in New Jersey, so obviously I'm disappointed by that. But in terms of reform, ...Application error costs New Jersey $400 million in federal education grantsPress of Atlantic Cityall 624 news articles »
Daily scoreboardDaily Mail - Charleston (blog)Aw, what the Heck, give the race to the new guy. 9. From Daniel Foster at NRO Corner: “At least the housing market appears to be finding a bottom — despite ...
The Star-Ledger - NJ.comWho will win the war over the future of public education in New Jersey?The Star-Ledger - NJ.comThis comes after the governor had cut $118000 from Edison and about $400 million overall from schools in 2009-10. At James Madison, the cut will mean the ...and more »
The Weekend Interview with Scott Rasmussen: America's Insurgent PollsterWall Street JournalIn 2009, Mickey Kaus of Slate.com noted that Mr. Rasmussen's final poll in the New Jersey governor's race was "pretty damn accurate. ...
Despite rise, home prices still below 2006 peakAsbury Park PressCentral New Jersey housing prices fared better than in most parts of the country in the second quarter of the year, rising 4.3 percent over the same quarter ...and more »
A sit-down with the Ridgewood schools chiefNorthJersey.comRN: Governor Christie came into office touting he would make big changes in the way money is spent in New Jersey. It is safe to say Christie has made some ...and more »
Registration of the Open Mind sessions 2010 with Mo Stoebe, Arnold Veeman and Julian Vincent.
The Community Health Data Initiative is launched in a Forum at the Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC - June 2, 2010. Under the initiative, HHS health data will be made freely available so that software developers can create innovative applications and make the data more useful for consumers and communities. At the event, Secretary Sebelius explains the initiative, and early developers demonstrated their new applications. See more at the HHS OpenGov website. www.hhs.gov We accept comments according to our comment policy newmedia.hhs.gov US Department of Health & Human Services www.hhs.gov
Day 1 Chapter 2 of the Proposition 8 Trial Re-enactment presented by MarriageTrial.com. Produced by John Ainsworth & John Ireland. Edited by Michael Legge. THE JUDGE Vaughn Walker, Chief Judge, US District Court portrayed by Ted Heyck THE PLAINTIFFS Paul Katami portrayed by Woody Schultz Jeffrey Zarrillo portrayed by Bryan Cuprill Kristin Perry portrayed by Kitty Swink Sandy Stier portrayed by Tess Harper THE PLAINTIFF ATTORNEYS David Boies portrayed by Jack Laufer Theodore Olson portrayed by Clyde FT Small Theodore Boutrous portrayed by Peter Cassone Christopher Dusseault portrayed by Jon Keel Matthew McGill portrayed by Mark Doerr Ethan Dettmer portrayed by Shawn Ryan THE PLAINTIFF-INTERVENOR ATTORNEYS Dennis Herrera, SF City Attorney portrayed by Matt Pittenger Therese Stewart, SF Deputy City Attorney portrayed by Sarah Gaboury Christine Van Aken, SF City Attorney Portayed by Kate McNeil Danny Chou, SF City Attorney portrayed by Peter James Smith SF City Attorney Ronald Flynn portrayed by Todd Waring THE DEFENDANTS Arnold Schwarzenegger, California Governor Does not appear at trial. Edmund G. Brown, California Attorney General Does not appear at trial. Linette Scott, Deputy Director of Health & Strategic Planning for the California Department of Public Health Does not appear at trial. Patrick OConnell, Clerk-Recorder County of Alameda Does not appear at trial. Dean Logan, Clerk-Recorder County of Los Angeles Does not appear at trial. THE DEFENDANT ATTORNEY Tamar ...
Levy for New York Governor?Massapequan ObserverMoreover, the governor's hand was strengthened by the results of Election Day 2009. The same White House which suggested to Paterson last summer that he ...and more »
Mass. Senate race becoming proxy on health billAtlanta Journal ConstitutionA local Republican analyst warned against being overly dismissive of Brown's chances, noting recent Republican victories in the New Jersey and Virginia ...and more »
Raw StoryWorst GOP cash flow in decade blamed on tea baggers and wasteRaw StoryHaving spent large amounts of cash winning the New Jersey and Virginia governor's races in 2009, the Republican National Committee ended 2009 with $8.7 ...and more »
Looking back at the top stories of 2009NorthJersey.comIt took awhile, but Wallington saw a new councilman elected in 2009. A recount and a judge's decision reaffirmed the results of Election Day for the town ...
Sounds familiarPolitico (blog)“It's discouragingly familiar,” said Tom Kean, a former Republican governor of New Jersey who co-chaired the 9/11 Commission. “It's exactly the language we ...and more »
A Look Ahead…Race 4 2012 (blog)New Mexico elects its first Hispanic-female governor (a Republican). The new national health care death panels will outlaw male circumcisions, ...and more »
Five steps to recovery for DemsSeattle Post IntelligencerOnly a year later, in the New Jersey Governor's race, 39% of voters cited the ability to "bring needed change" as the most important candidate quality, ...and more »
Ideologues and Election ResultsHuffington Post (blog)If the Virginia and New Jersey results actually do reflect an anti-liberal trend, an unflinching pursuit of all of Obama's original objectives in 2010 may ...
Editorial: Oh, what a decade | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/27/2009Philadelphia InquirerIn New Jersey, corruption continued to plague state government, and Trenton was rocked by the resignation of Gov. Jim McGreevey in a gay sex scandal. ...and more »
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)Cash for falsely imprisoned; No NJ State Police racial profiling; Ticketmaster ...The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)It may also offer one of the best ways for this governor and pro-business democrats in the Legislature to send the message that New Jersey is open for ...
David McWilliams (www.davidmcwilliams.ie) visited Google-Dublin and give a talk about his new book, "Follow the Money". David is a high profile economist, media columnist and former banker. He has authored two bestselling books "The Pope's Children" and "The Generation Game". This event took place on November 20th 2009 ... "David McWilliams" @GoogleDublin @Google-Dublin authors@Google "Google Dublin" yt:cc=on ... at attherate ... atgoogletalks ... >> [rhythmic percussion] >> Okay, guys. Just ...
. Barack Obama was highly unusual. And that almost everybody who runs for president in both parties has planned to do it for years. They spend time in Iowa, New Hampshire, and they build up fundraising apparatus. Nowadays, you build up e-mail lists. We started this campaignn with nothing. Nothing. He hadn't even had a competitive Senate race. So he hadn't gone around the country and raised money like most people do. And as hard as that was -- and it was hard in every way imaginable -- we had ...
An analysis of the election results for the November 3rd, 2009.
By ALAN JASIE Paltalk News Network Yesterdays results are final and today will be a busy day for the spin doctors on both sides. In the Virginia gubernatorial race, the Republican candidate Bob McDonnell crushed his Democratic opponent Creigh Deeds by 18 points, 59 percent to 41 percent. McDonnell ran a first rate clean campaign which stayed on message and appealed to both Republicans and independents. Deeds, the surprising winner of the primary, never got his campaign and could not excite ...
US GOVERNORSHIPS: Barack Obama's Democrats have lost two key state governorships, Virginia and New Jersey, in a stinging blow to the party one year after Obama's historic election as US president.
occured regarding Americans view of President Barack Obama. Obama must now be considered an UNPOPULAR President. This change is supported by a new Rasmussien Presidential Job Approval Poll which has support for the President down to 46% with over 50% disapproving of Obama job performance. ... 2009 election results new jersey virginia governor race democrat republican politics off year change white house president barack obama approval congress gop sweep opinion and commentary drudge report ...
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Princeton University Prof. Melissa Harris-Lacewell talks with Rachel Maddow about the final stretch for the governor races in New Jersey and Virginia ahead of election day and what the results of those elections will say about the Democratic political machine.
Suozzi! *ELECTION RESULT UPDATE AS OF 11:30PM 11/3- Good news, Corzine has lost to Chris Christie in the NJ Governor race! :-) In addition, the Nassau County Exec race is declared TOO CLOSE TO CALL and the Democrats have lost control of the majority in the legislature. ... Election Day 2009 Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi Ed Mangano Steve Hansen District Attorney Kathleen Rice Joy Walker Hofstra Rape Case New Jersey Governor Corzone Christie Daggett Vote Politics Illegal Immigration Long ...
NBCs DAVID GREGORY: Before we go, Senator Cornyn, youre running (inaudible) the elections for -- for the Senate for (inaudible) next year. As you look at these races, governors races in New Jersey and Virginia, where the Democrats are in considerable trouble, what will it say about the Obama presidency, these results from these elections? CHAIRMAN JOHN CORNYN: Well, I think the Virginia governors race particularly is going to be referendum on the policies that the American people have seen coming out of Washington these days. While the president remains personally popular, his policies are not. And the more people learn about them, the more they learn about the growing debt -- and indeed, the vote well have on increasing the debt ceiling I think will bring that into focus -- then I think they -- weve seen them reject them. And I think thats what will happen in Virginia. I think its a -- its a cautionary tale to -- to Democrats in 2010.
News report that includes results from the Hall Institute of Public Policy Straw Poll on New Jersey's 2009 gubernatorial election