Tag Archives: Bayshore Tea Party

The Very Definition of Irony

Irony is much like a souffle: great care must be taken when preparing it, lest the final product collapse into a mess. Strangely (dare I say…ironically?), some of the most delicious irony – the kind you need a chainsaw to … Continue reading

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Richard Zeundt, Meet Rob Eichmann

These are sad times indeed when Conservative New Jersey – a website that once claimed to be the hub of conservatism in the Garden State – is now reduced to a parochial, self-contradicting, Jacobin puppet show, where Punch and Judy … Continue reading

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2012: Year of the West Point Weasel?

There are few things more satisfying than knowing you were right when everyone insisted you were wrong. Case in point concerns NJ State Senator Mike Doherty, a man considered by many to be a paragon of Movement Conservatism: early last … Continue reading

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The Redistricting Clock is Ticking

It’s that time of the decade, my friends, when political hacks gather in the wake of the decennial national census to assess the various gains and losses in population distribution throughout the Garden State and, after tucking the U.S. Constitution … Continue reading

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The Stench of Hypocrisy is Strong in This One

As anyone not living under a rock knows by now, this past Saturday witnessed the heartbreaking spectacle of Herman Cain announcing that he was suspending his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in the wake of a sustained and highly … Continue reading

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Keep Your Mouth Shut, Dick!

Morbid curiosity drove me to visit the Jacobin freak show otherwise known as Conservative New Jersey on election night; I wanted to see just how The Dick and Company were dealing with an electoral outcome that I pretty much understood … Continue reading

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Is the Cain Train Coming to the Garden State?

I can’t think of any morale booster more potent than the Cain Train rumbling through New Jersey – especially in light of a CBS/New York Times poll published last night that has the Herminator edging out Mitt Romney by a … Continue reading

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Is Bill Eames a Tea Party Sell Out? Ask Dick Zuendt.

Do I have your attention now? Good.  I happen to know that Bill Eames is a solid, Tea Party conservative who I had the pleasure of interviewing a few months ago – shortly after he emerged victorious over Bill Sullivan … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind – Encore Video

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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Breaking: NJ Tea Parties Endorse Herman Cain

Today at Noon, the Bayshore Tea Party and the Jersey Shore Tea Party Patriots held a joint press conference at the headquarters of the Bayshore group in Middletown, NJ to announce that both organizations are officially endorsing Herman Cain as … Continue reading

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