Monthly Archives: December 2011

KJ’s Year-End Wrap-Up

Searching for Hope With No Change Left Well, here we are.  The last day of 2011.  What were the top stories of this year? At least for me, they all seem to blur together in what, at times, seemed to be … Continue reading

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A Mackeral Rotting in the Moonshine

When Jacobin Journalists Go Over the Edge I’ve often written about Paul Mulshine – the cranky,  Jacobin hack columnist employed by the uber-liberal Newark Star-Ledger as its token “conservative” – and, as you can tell from my subtly worded introduction, … Continue reading

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A Korean Adele?

Claudia forwarded this gem to me yesterday evening and I can’t get enough of it: apparently, South Korea has its own version of American Idol and in this particular installment a 15-year old by the name of Park Ji Min … Continue reading

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Today in History – December 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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Protecting Future Democratic Voters

Is it just me, or isn’t the federal government of the United States, and those who administer its responsibilities, actually supposed to reinforce our laws? Evidently, the Obama Administration feels like squatters’ rights trump illegality: As states across the nation … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 2

TR to FDR – The Contagion Spreads In the late 19th century the body politic of the United States became infected with a toxin that worked its malignance from the top down. The mutagenic transformation of America that would occur … Continue reading

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Today in History – December 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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Romney Redefines Conservatism (to Suit Himself)

President Ronald Wilson Reagan once defined the foundation of Conservatism as “a desire for less government interference or less centralized authority or more individual freedom.” Yesterday, Republican presidential candidate Willard “Mitt” Romney changed President Reagan’s definition to meet his own … Continue reading

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Dr. Paul, Hippocrates and the Legalization of Heroin

Back in the wild 1980s, when cocaine was as plentiful as the cash to buy it, I did my share of blow in the company of an artist who shall remain nameless. We were good friends and I accompanied the … Continue reading

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Today in History – December 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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