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The Death of Conservatism in New Jersey

Few things speak with greater volume and clarity than a landslide victory in what many thought would be a close political race where differences between the contenders were stark and easily discernible. In the case of the 7th Congressional District, … Continue reading

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Fitzhugh on Wisconsin

Obama’s main flunky David Axelrod informed reporters on Sunday that an “army of lawyers” will be in the Badger state “to protect” the vote during the recall election. And, sure enough, Attorney General Eric Holder is sending the troops in:

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Another Saturday Morning with Bubba

Well, howdy, Mr. President. Good to see you. Please…have a seat. Waitress, one Rooty-Tooty Fresh ‘n Fruity Breakfast for President Clinton, please, with a large sweet tea. Wow, Mr. President. Did you see this article in the New York Post … Continue reading

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Will Chris Christie Shy From a 2013 Run?

Like everything else where Gov. Zeppelin’s political moxie is concerned, much will depend on the circumstances he faces – in this case, the odds that Mitt Romney will pick him for the Veep spot as well as the odds that … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Julias

It was the best of women.  It was the worst of women. Let’s compare a couple of famous “Julias”, shall we? First there is the Julia that we in the 50-and-over crowd remember from the days of network TV in … Continue reading

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Will Romney’s Veep Choice Split the GOP?

Many on the conservative side of the aisle assert that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is the Dream Veep – a running mate so perfect in personal and political attributes as to all but outshine the presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. And … Continue reading

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The Principled Conservative? Seriously?

I damn near spat a mouthful of coffee at the laptop screen when I read the April 25 press release issued by the Leonard Lance campaign: FLEMINGTON, NJ — Leonard Lance for Congress today released, “Principled Conservative” — the first … 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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Self-Deportation: Der Mittmeister Was Right

During one of the myriad Republican primary debates that took place this past January, the issue of illegal immigration was tossed onto the table and candidate Mitt Romney took a stab at it by suggesting that if the current immigration … Continue reading

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Where’s the Love?

In the fantasy world the media tries to cultivate, Barack Obama is universally loved. He is the most popular president in modern American history. He is the most “likable” person -ever. Who wouldn’t want to attend a beer summit with … Continue reading

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