Tag Archives: Conservative New Jersey

The Winner of the 2012 NJ GOP Primary Will Be…

The Establishment candidate, of course. At this time, it appears that State Senator Joe Kyrillos will play the role of sacrificial RINO lamb opposite Bob Menendez’ Democrat wolf, thereby taking his much-deserved place in the GOP Squish Pantheon of Election … 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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Setting the Record Straight on Newt Gingrich

Yesterday I got a text message from Nicole who, in a moment of whimsical boredom, checked the Alexa rankings for this site (we’re still holding steady at 41,339 in the U.S. and 190,484 in the world) and then, upon checking … 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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Go Back to the Attic, Uncle Ron

In what has to be the crown jewel of evidence submitted at a hypothetical hearing to determine his competence to live outside the protective confines of a psychiatric ward, Dr. Ron Paul this past Sunday pretty much signed his own … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

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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Eichmann’s “Fictitious” Partner

Anyone who has been following the Eichmann-Winkler controversy can see that Committeeman Rob Eichmann is a classless twit who can barely put together a sentence when left to his own devices – for example when he takes a shot at … Continue reading

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Time to Have the Committeeman Committed?

It’s a sad thing to behold when a person who may have held so much promise for a noble cause loses sight of that goal, becomes sidetracked by petty obsessions and personal demons and eventually self-destructs in full view of … Continue reading

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And the Band Played On…

There is an aphorism in English, translated into French, that has been re-incorporated into our language as a xenophonic expression employed without translation because the meaning is understood. Thus “Ciao,” “Voila” and “C’est la vie” come immediately to mind. In … Continue reading

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What Price Unity?

As primary season draws inexorably closer, it’s the persistently burning question du jour for the conservative movement in New Jersey, which incurred a massive infection late in 2010 that, over the course of the next six months, became a hideously … Continue reading

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