Tag Archives: Alison McHose

The Death of Conservatism in New Jersey

Few things speak with greater volume and clarity than a landslide victory in what many thought would be a close political race where differences between the contenders were stark and easily discernible. In the case of the 7th Congressional District, … Continue reading

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By the Endorsements Ye Shall Know Them

An endorsement – especially one that comes from a person or an organization that is well-known and respected for integrity – is a powerful campaign boost for any candidate who seeks public office. It is a seal of approval that … Continue reading

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The Quasi-Conservative Cabal

I recently received a piece of literature from the Leonard Lance for Congress campaign that perfectly encapsulates what has gone horribly wrong in the Garden State since the rise of the Tea Party Movement.

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Setting the Record Straight on Newt Gingrich

Yesterday I got a text message from Nicole who, in a moment of whimsical boredom, checked the Alexa rankings for this site (we’re still holding steady at 41,339 in the U.S. and 190,484 in the world) and then, upon checking … Continue reading

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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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A Closer Look at the Robo-Call Laws of New Jersey

In his September 19 CNJ post GOP Committeeman Rob Eichmann dishonestly claims the following. The laughter is palpable as he [Dana Pearson] foolishly spends time arguing that political or survey calls are somehow covered by a “Do not call” list. … Continue reading

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More Stale Talking Points from “The Knish”

No sooner do I respond to the same stale, baseless and utterly redundant defamation of the Bayshore Tea Party on the part of Rob “Boy Blunder” Eichmann then I am obliged to once more man the ramparts and repel an … Continue reading

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Cleanup Needed in the CNJ-Rob Eichmann Aisle

Trouble is, the present rate of Rob Eichmann’s mental defecation will soon require a 24/7 presence of a mop man in a hazmat suit. I find his latest foray into idiotic repetition to be particularly illuminating and ultimately a teachable … Continue reading

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When Socialists Come a Knockin’

I’m pleased to announce that my “Strong Cup of Tea” series – in which I come to the defense of the Bayshore Tea Party against what is essentially a libelous and defamatory campaign of personal destruction launched by CNJ’s Dick … Continue reading

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Alison McHose and the Nullification Issue

A reader sent me this link to an article written by NJ Assywmn. Alison McHose and posted on the Tenth Amendment Center website in which she discusses her effort to pass legislation that would have the effect of rendering Obamacare … Continue reading

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