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Apparently, CNJ Really IS in the Tank for Lance

No surprise there when you survey the battlefield from high above: having been thwarted in their effort to hijack the Tea Party movement in New Jersey by yours truly last year, the Conservative Leadership Council (Steve “Boss” Lonegan, Mike “West … Continue reading

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Does Obama Want Obamacare Struck Down?

It’s a counter-intuitive proposition that demands a suspension of reality and disbelief. The Affordable Care Act was Barack Obama’s signature issue and its enactment would have enshrined him in the Statist Pantheon, with Franklin Roosevelt and his New Deal on … Continue reading

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Off the Reservation

Ann Coulter has always struck me as an intelligent individual via her books, syndicated columns and television appearances, but as of late – I believe that her normally well-founded judgment has been brought into serious question. As most of you … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Campaign, Folks

First things first, as they they say. You cannot govern as President of the United States after a general election unless you are elected by a majority of the voters and the Electors. You cannot be elected unless you declare … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Conclusion

The Dominoes Fall Will the Obama campaign succeed in achieving its strategic objectives and win in November? It will depend entirely on Mitt Romney, who must likewise achieve three objectives if he is to prevail: (1) choose a stalwartly conservative … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 6

Political Sturm und Electoral Drang As I pen this analysis (a quaint expression: very few writers actually use a pen and paper these days), the odds of Mitt Romney becoming the GOP nominee are increasing steadily and strongly. According to … Continue reading

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Newt vs Mitt: How We Got Here and What Lies Ahead

Wherever I go, whoever I talk to, I’m getting asked the same question over and over again: How did we end up with having to choose between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich as the Republican nominee for president? Well, the … 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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The Cain Press Conference: Deja Vu, Anyone?

Yesterday, Presidential Hopeful Herman Cain held a press conference to address the barrage of accusations of sexual harassment against him going back to his tenure as President of the National Restaurant Association. Cain denied all of the charges against him.

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The Republican Primary: A Three-Way Dance?

At a town hall meeting, held in front of a little over 200 people on the campus of St. Anshelm College in New Hampshire yesterday, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney fired back at the widely-held opinion that he flip-flops on … Continue reading

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