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ATPC Ratifies Charter and By-Laws

In a session convened in Red Bank, New Jersey on March 2, 2013 the attending delegations of the American Tea Party Congress unanimously adopted a Charter and a set of operational By-Laws. On March 10 the Charter was formally and … Continue reading

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The ATPC Express Gains Momentum!

In many respects, the Tea Party unification movement is akin to a heavily laden freight train: at first, the wheels of the locomotive barely make the first revolution as they groan and squeal in their effort to move the cargo … Continue reading

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Answering Objections to the ATPC

Without question, these days capture the essence of the old Chinese curse: “May you live in interesting times,” for these are likely the most interesting times Americans have lived in since 1776. In that year, in the city of Brotherly … Continue reading

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Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks

We are informed by the hoary cliche that one cannot teach an old dog new tricks. To a certain extent, there is some hoary truth in the adage, but it was coined long before the advent of tasers and cattle … Continue reading

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At Long Last: Tea Party Unity

The past two weeks have kept me very busy on matters that I was reluctant to discuss in any detail for fear, quite frankly, of jinxing the whole enterprise. My last post – dated July 11 – hinted strongly at … Continue reading

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My Take on This Day in History

I’m tired of simply copying and pasting long passages from the History.com website – fascinating as most of the tidbits I choose may be. What’s needed here is a dose of Bulldog commentary, the kind that makes the historical tidbit … Continue reading

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It’s Constitutional. Bitches.

Ever the exemplar of dignity and class, the DNC succinctly distilled the essence of contempt that Democrat statists have for Americans who still cling (bitterly so, according to B.H. Obama) to such antiquated notions as personal liberty and the rule … Continue reading

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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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Tale of the Tape: Larsen vs Lance

You decide who is the TRUE conservative:

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Mike Reagan Endorses David Larsen for Congress

In recent campaign mailers, incumbent moderate Leonard Lance – who claims to be the “Reagan Conservative”in this race – attacked David Larsen as a person unable to live up to the standards set by Ronald Reagan, who is revered as … Continue reading

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