Monthly Archives: July 2011

Overnight Open Thread

“A love once true, e’en in the past, were its glory e’er touted – will e’ermore and truly last, if true love be ne’er doubted.” — Catherine Farringham

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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Harry Lerner’s Deli

Excerpted from “Children of Cain” by Peter J. Cairo: Harry Lerner’s was practically an historical landmark, having the distinction – for over thirty years – of serving the finest delicatessen cuisine outside of New York. Harry acquired a reputation for … Continue reading

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A Duck Roasts in Brooklyn

One might have thought the epicenter of duck cuisine would be Long Island – so famous for its many duck farms that the term “Long Island Duck” is part of the culinary lexicon. Unfortunately, most of the duck farms on … Continue reading

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The Week in Review – July 24 thru July 30, 2011

For those visitors who are unable to access Bulldog Pundit every day or who do not subscribe to the daily e-mail diary, I offer a weekly review of articles posted from Sunday through Saturday. Sunday, July 24 Conservative Neo-Jacobins? – … Continue reading

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Today in History – July 31

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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Conservatism and the Social Issues: Abortion

It is still fashionable among the RINO set – and even in the ranks of conservatives and certain conservative groups – to avoid any serious discussion of the so-called social issues, including abortion and gay marriage. It is a position … Continue reading

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Random Musings

Every once in a while I like to spout off about things that please me, anger me, confound me, amuse me or in some way cause me to make public my inner dialog. I suppose you can call it excerpts … Continue reading

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Today in History – July 30

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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