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A Tale of Two Julias

It was the best of women.  It was the worst of women. Let’s compare a couple of famous “Julias”, shall we? First there is the Julia that we in the 50-and-over crowd remember from the days of network TV in … Continue reading

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Public Servants Serving Themselves?

Remember “Hope and Change?” After 3 years of Obama, all we’ve gotten is “Mope and Blame”…and Americans seem to be fed up with the present occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and all of his minions on Capitol Hill. Today, just … Continue reading

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Rob Eichmann: Cynical Race-Baiter Extraordinaire

While it may come as a chilly comfort in these troubled days for the Conservative Movement in New Jersey, the fact remains that a lying weasel will eventually be hoist with his own petard. In many cases it may be … Continue reading

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A Real Life Case of Man-Bites-Dog?

In the course of the past week, a lot of bandwidth has been expended over President Obama’s admission that, as a boy living in Indonesia, he ate dog meat. From what I’ve read, the reaction is not so much one … Continue reading

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Where’s the Love?

In the fantasy world the media tries to cultivate, Barack Obama is universally loved. He is the most popular president in modern American history. He is the most “likable” person -ever. Who wouldn’t want to attend a beer summit with … Continue reading

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Mr. Eichmann and the Pursuit of the Truth

A little over a month ago, CNJ blogger and GOP State Committee court jester Rob Eichmann extended to U.S. Senate candidate Bader Qarmout an opportunity to present his side of the Lorillard Tobacco case. Mr. Qarmout responded with an affirmative … Continue reading

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The True Face of Racism

It’s finally reached the point of derision – the point where a once noble cause has become a caricature of itself by virtue of the caricatures of righteous outrage who hijacked and perverted it – much as one hijacks an … Continue reading

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Where Have the Tea Parties Gone?

It’s a question a lot of people – even those on our side of the political divide – are asking these days, especially given the conspicuous absence of the massive Tax Day rallies that characterized the movement on April 15 … Continue reading

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Is Steve Lonegan Shilling for Leonard Lance?

It’s a fair question given last year’s donnybrook, when the so-called Conservative Leadership Council (a creature of the New Jersey Conservative Republican Leadership Committee – itself a shadowy cabal that includes the likes of Steve Lonegan, Mike Doherty, Rob Eichmann … Continue reading

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When Vetting Becomes Personal Destruction

While the term “vetting” has acquired a certain popularity in the wake of Barack Obama’s election as president of the United States, few people are aware that it was originally a horse-racing colloquialism referring to the requirement that a veterinarian … Continue reading

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