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Conservative Neo-Jacobins? – Part 2

Like a tsunami rising out of an oceanic abyss, the Tea Party movement thundered onto the shore of American politics in early 2009 and proceeded to inundate the political landscape over the course of the next year and a half. … Continue reading

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A Less Than Convincing Response from CNJ

It took long enough – given their predilection for shooting from the hip without fully researching the facts – but the plodding response issued by Ed Mazlish to my series defending the Bayshore Tea Party against a vicious smear campaign … Continue reading

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Physician, Look to Thine Own Infirmity

Imagine the instigator of a bar-room brawl later calling for the combatants to get along peacefully or the late Dr. Kevorkian complaining about a sudden national spike in suicides. There is a certain, self-contained irony in situations where those who … Continue reading

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Man Bites Bulldog!

Last night (very early this morning, actually) CNJ contributor Bill Winkler and I exchanged words in the comment section of a recent post. I would first like to thank Bill for taking the time to register and share his thoughts … Continue reading

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