Tag Archives: Conservatism

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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It’s Time for NJ Tea Parties to Unite

As I predicted, the overture to the Tea Party movement on the part of the Lonegan Cabal has commenced in the form of a long, tendentious, condescending post that is positively slimy with Wee Willy Winky’s unctuous fingerprints. Yes, I … Continue reading

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Today in History – June 5

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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What Part of ‘Freedom of Religion’ Does Obama Not Understand?

William Peter Blatty, accomplished author (The Exorcist) is calling Georgetown University out. Why? The 1950 Georgetown University Graduate is tired of the secularization of the University, which includes a recent visit by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius, Obamacare contributor and pro-abortion … Continue reading

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Principles, Consistency and Conservatism

Before delving into matters of principle and consistency a decent respect to the opinion of the reader warrants some effort to define “conservatism” and what it means to be a Conservative. After all, the word means different and often contradictory … Continue reading

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The Unprincipled “Conservative” – Part 2

At this late stage of the 2012 GOP primary there can be no question that Leonard Lance – the incumbent who represents Congressional District 7 in New Jersey – is resolved to present himself to the electorate as the “Principled … Continue reading

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The Essence of Conservatism

We can spend all day discussing the esoteric aspects of the political school of thought generally referred to as “conservatism,” including its origins with Edmund Burke and its steady propagation and promotion in the past hundred years by the likes … Continue reading

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Romney: “A Better America Begins Tonight!”

Last night, “inevitable” Republican nominee Willard Mitt Romney won primaries in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Minutes after he delivered the following speech, New York was added to his delegate count. “After 43 primaries and caucuses, many long days and … Continue reading

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The Political Bloodbath Resumes…

The disturbing photo on the left is from the motion picture Excalibur and depicts the moment when King Arthur, mortally wounded by Mordred, slays his son/nephew with the sword that was drawn from the stone. It captures in graphic detail … Continue reading

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Living Rent Free in Their Silly Heads

You know you have finally finished moving into the incredibly spacious and airy mind of Eichmann-Winkler (conservatism’s answer to the Menendez Brothers) when you read a post that forgoes the usual libel and defamation of a Republican candidate for office … Continue reading

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