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Meet the Next Governor of New Jersey

During the gubernatorial primary season back in 2009 I speculated on the possibility that the Democrat Party in New Jersey would throw incumbent candidate Jon Corzine overboard and bet the ranch on Newark Mayor Cory Booker. I carefully vetted Booker … Continue reading

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Bankrolling Barbarians and Ignoring Our Friends

Tonight, in celebration of Valentine’s Day, a lot of American couples will be using their cars to go out to dinner. Enjoy going out while you can still afford to, fellow Americans. Gasoline prices could soon hit $4 a gallon, … Continue reading

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The Less Than Super “Supercommittee”

The bipartisan congressional Supercommittee, who were given the assignment of trying to come up with at least $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction announced yesterday that they have been as effective as Casey at the Bat…they struck out. According to this … Continue reading

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Will Gov. Zeppelin Fly the Presidential Skies?

RINOs and wanna-be conservatives in New Jersey  and all around this once-great nation of ours are  hyperventilating over recent rumors hinting that Governor Chris Christie is seriously reconsidering his oft-repeated refusal to run for the GOP presidential nomination and toss … Continue reading

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Full Faith and (Shaky) Credit of the U.S.

And so it came to pass that in the eighth month of the third year of the reign of Barack Hussein Obama – the Man-Child president -  financial credit analysis giant Standard & Poor’s made good on a threat it … Continue reading

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A Strong Cup of Tea, Part 2: Dissing Mayor Lonegan?

In late February and early March of this year, the NJ chapter of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) – led by the former Mayor of Bogota and gubernatorial primary candidate Steve Lonegan – conducted one of its famous MAXED OUT bus … Continue reading

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A Strong Cup of Tea, Part 1: The Drumthwackit Blues

On February 24, 2011 a post appeared on the CNJ website that effectively rattled the conservative blogosphere in the Garden State. It was a reaction to a breakfast meeting that took place earlier in the day at Drumthwackit, the official … Continue reading

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Anna and the King of Drumthwackit – Part 2

“Oh my God,” she squeaked and in her waning moment of rational lucidity, rose from her chair to hurry across the office and turn the deadbolt on the door.  There was no way she would allow herself to be interrupted … Continue reading

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He’s A Rotten Prick…But He’s OUR Rotten Prick

Say what you will about Governor Chris Christie – Lord knows, I’ve certainly written enough about the man to fill several magazine columns – he pisses off the Democrats (when he’s not actively engaged in pissing off Conservative Republicans) and … Continue reading

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