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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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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 Mormon Thomas E. Dewey

I’m referring, of course, to former Massachusetts governor and presumptive 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, not to the former governor of New York and 1948 GOP presidential nominee Thomas E. Dewey – who lost to Missouri haberdasher Harry Truman … Continue reading

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Where Have the Tea Parties Gone?

It’s a question a lot of people – even those on our side of the political divide – are asking these days, especially given the conspicuous absence of the massive Tax Day rallies that characterized the movement on April 15 … Continue reading

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Meet the Next Governor of New Jersey

During the gubernatorial primary season back in 2009 I speculated on the possibility that the Democrat Party in New Jersey would throw incumbent candidate Jon Corzine overboard and bet the ranch on Newark Mayor Cory Booker. I carefully vetted Booker … 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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Tax Increase Morons

Before I arrived home from work this evening I stopped at the local Krauszer’s to grab an extra-large cup of java which I reserve as my 5 AM awakening elixir. These days it seems I drink more cold coffee than … Continue reading

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Who is Bader Qarmout?

While chatting on the phone the other night, I got an incoming call from the lovely and ever-gracious Nicole. I was sitting at my laptop and e-mailed her that I was on the phone with Bader Qarmout. She immediately wrote … Continue reading

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No Justice at the DOJ

During the Constitutional Convention, many of our Founders – most distinctly, the Anti-Federalists – were extremely cautious of, if not completely opposed to, the formation of a powerful central government under the Constitution. There were those who feared that too … 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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