Monthly Archives: November 2011

Newt: Accentuating the Positive

Among the Republican Presidential hopefuls Newt Gingrich, whose campaign was once on life support, has channeled Lazarus and surged into the lead for his party’s nomination in numerous polls. According to the latest polls conducted by Gallup, Gingrich’s Positive Intensity … Continue reading

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If The Happy Warrior Fades Away, Reagan Will Weep

Over the course of the past month, black America’s answer to the Gipper has endured a relentless siege of innuendo, unproven accusations and outright lies that left him heavily damaged but still alive and kicking and raring to take his … Continue reading

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Today in History – November 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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Mannheim Steamroller’s “Christmas Symphony”

When it comes to Christmas music, there are two kids of people in this world: the die-hards for Trans-Siberian Orchestra and the same for Mannheim Steamroller. Though I have always appreciated the sound of the former, I have been listening … Continue reading

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Still Occupying…and Allergic to Working and Bathing

Newsflash: Communists are still finding useful idiots. When did the Occupy Wall Street movement start and why are these hygenically-challenged, Moms’ basement-dwelling slackers still around? Perhaps the Liberal-leaning wiki.answers.com can lend some insight.

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Chris Christie: The Food Stamp Governor

How fittingly ironic that Christopher Christie, a man of operatic proportions, is presently the governor of a state in which the number of residents receiving food stamp assistance has doubled in the past four years. In all fairness, Mr. Christie … Continue reading

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Simon’s Edge™ – Vol. 22

Here is Volume 22 of “Simon’s Edge,” previously called “Simon Says Weatherwise & Otherwise,” an out-of-box and alternative collection of news link substantiated intelligence on the subjects of climate, weather, technology, financial investments/commodities, socio-economic and health-related risks, issues, ideas, potential … Continue reading

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Today in History – November 29

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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Pakistani Drone Strikes & Other Man-Caused Disasters

Since President Barack Hussein Obama took office almost three years ago (which seems like an eternity), he has increased the amount of drone attacks in the Middle East – an extremely hypocritical policy, considering how he’s blasted the Bush Administration’s … Continue reading

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A Bone to Pick With the History Channel

Every morning I post a snippet of some meaningful historical event that took place on that particular day sometime in the past, courtesy of the folks at History.com. As I perused the offerings for November 27 I came across the … Continue reading

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