Rep. Lt. Col. Allen West: Shooting from the Hip

dRep. Allen West (R-FL) spoke Sunday at a campaign event in his district, where he said the following about President Barack Hussein Obama:

He does not want you to have the self-esteem of getting up and earning, and having that title of American. He’d rather you be his slave.

Lt. Col. West tells it like it is. Check out this post he published yesterday on his Facebook page: Continue reading

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Oops! I Did It Again.

It never fails – and for one of the very reasons Nicole said was necessary for her to marry me: I would, quite literally, misplace my own head were it not attached to my body and then forget where I left it. (A rather odd metaphor, if one thinks about it for a moment, since the head would be doing the forgetting while the body would be wandering about aimlessly. But I digress).

Because I forgot to properly renew the registration for my domain name, I suffered the ignominy of this site going off-line for the better part of a day and a half. Continue reading

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My Take on This Day in History

I’m tired of simply copying and pasting long passages from the History.com website – fascinating as most of the tidbits I choose may be. What’s needed here is a dose of Bulldog commentary, the kind that makes the historical tidbit in question that much more interesting to read. Henceforth, when you plotz in front of your computer with your favorite morning beverage (and I hope it isn’t bourbon) you’ll get a dose of canine sense only The Bulldog can dispense. Continue reading

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It’s Constitutional. Bitches.

Ever the exemplar of dignity and class, the DNC succinctly distilled the essence of contempt that Democrat statists have for Americans who still cling (bitterly so, according to B.H. Obama) to such antiquated notions as personal liberty and the rule of law.

Thus Patrick Gaspard’s Twitter hip shot after learning that SCOTUS ultimately upheld the Constitutionality of Obamacare. Continue reading

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My Letter to Commissioner Bob Martin

Yesterday I dispatched an e-mail letter to Bob Martin, commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, regarding the scandal at Proprietary House. Yes, that’s correct: the DEP. No, it has nothing to do with the toxicity of the present Executive Board to the health and well being of the Royal Governor’s Mansion (though Lord knows, when this mess is finally concluded, the place will likely need to be fumigated – if not exorcised). Rather it has to do with the fact that the administration of this historic site falls under the jurisdiction of the DEP. Continue reading

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Salem County Says NO to Ghost Hunters

It’s comforting to know that in the Age of Reality Television, where the bitter indigestion of ignominy lingers long after the sweet taste of instant fame has vanished, there are some elected leaders who choose to look very carefully and, in the case of Salem County, NJ, refuse to leap into a tempting pool of publicity at any cost.

Not everyone is ghost-crazy these days: Continue reading

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Who Needs History When We Have Ghosts!

As the Scandal at Proprietary House in Perth Amboy continues to unfold like a billowing, radioactive mushroom cloud, we find ourselves veering from the gutter of cronyism and institutional corruption into the feculent swamp of superstition and the occult, where actual historical persons, places and events are stuffed into the closet while ghosts and the lurid practice of Santeria make themselves at home in the Drawing Room.

Courtesy of a source close to the Executive Board, here’s another glimpse inside the Bizarro World of Jeff Huber’s Prop House: Continue reading

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Time for a Regime Change at Proprietary House

Lo and behold, what do I find in yesterday’s e-mail inbox but a communique from Kurt Epps informing me that my efforts appear to be having an impact regarding the scandal that is quickly engulfing the Executive Board of Proprietary House as it casts a dubious pall over the city of Perth Amboy.

I’m not sure which efforts Kurt was referring to, but I suspect it was the e-mail I dispatched on Jun 20 to Proprietary House Executive Board President Jeff Huber in which I minced no words and pulled no punches: Continue reading

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The Supremes Can’t Hurry Love…or Obamacare

The eyes of America are fixed upon the Supreme Court today.  Will they uphold the Constitution, or will they pave the way for America to be remade into a European Democratic Socialist country?

Or, will they even issue a ruling at all today?

Television cameras will surround the Supreme Court on Thursday morning, as they did Monday, anticipating something that may, again, not happen. Continue reading

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My Take on This Day in History

I’m tired of simply copying and pasting long passages from the History.com website – fascinating as most of the tidbits I choose may be. What’s needed here is a dose of Bulldog commentary, the kind that makes the historical tidbit in question that much more interesting to read. Henceforth, when you plotz in front of your computer with your favorite morning beverage (and I hope it isn’t bourbon) you’ll get a dose of canine sense only The Bulldog can dispense. Continue reading

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