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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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Will Chris Christie Shy From a 2013 Run?

Like everything else where Gov. Zeppelin’s political moxie is concerned, much will depend on the circumstances he faces – in this case, the odds that Mitt Romney will pick him for the Veep spot as well as the odds that … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Rename The Secaucus Rail Station

If memory serves, the abhorrent tradition began with the new, 20,000 seat sports/entertainment arena constructed in the Hackensack Meadowlands. Ordinarily, such monuments to popular culture are named in honor of a person (usually a public servant or military hero who … Continue reading

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The Pontius Pilate Basin of Water Award

After tabulating ballots submitted from all across the Garden State, the accounting firm of Weagh, Cheatham & Howe announced this year’s winner of the coveted Pontius Pilate Basin of Water Award, a dubious encomium bestowed upon the political executive whose … Continue reading

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Committeeman Eichmann’s War on the Tea Parties

Where is the line that Republican State Committeeman Rob Eichmann draws between  constructive criticism of New Jersey Republicans and prolonged smears that are unhelpful at best to the GOP’s general election prospects? Committeeman Eichmann’s bizarre and inexplicable internet war on both … Continue reading

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10th AC Gets It Wrong on Gene Hoyas and SCOTUS

I’m flattered that the Tenth Amendment Center took the time and the effort of FOUR writers to post a 2,100 word response this past July to my article criticizing Alison Little McHose for trying to quash the implementation of Obamacare … Continue reading

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Tea Parties, Nullification & the Right Direction – Part 1

I launched Bulldog Pundit on July 4, nearly two weeks after my departure as managing editor of RightDirection.com, a conservative advocacy site founded by David Larsen. While it may appear that  I was shown the door and unwillingly tossed into … Continue reading

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