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Innocence by Association?

I suppose that’s what you’d call the mirror opposite of ‘guilt by association,’ especially if you’re a politician desperate to shed the bumpy gray hide of the Northeast RINO and slip into a nice, comfortable Reagan suit. What better way … Continue reading

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Is Bill Eames a Tea Party Sell Out? Ask Dick Zuendt.

Do I have your attention now? Good.  I happen to know that Bill Eames is a solid, Tea Party conservative who I had the pleasure of interviewing a few months ago – shortly after he emerged victorious over Bill Sullivan … Continue reading

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Repost: Anna and the King of Drumthwackit, Part 2

This two part work of fiction was originally published just a few days after Bulldog Pundit launched, at a time when few people were aware of the existence of this site. I’m reposting it at this time because I believe … Continue reading

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Repost: Anna and the King of Drumthwackit, Part 1

This two part work of fiction was originally published just a few days after Bulldog Pundit launched, at a time when few people were aware of the existence of this site. I’m reposting it at this time because I believe … Continue reading

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A Strong Cup of Tea, Part 2: Dissing Mayor Lonegan?

In late February and early March of this year, the NJ chapter of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) – led by the former Mayor of Bogota and gubernatorial primary candidate Steve Lonegan – conducted one of its famous MAXED OUT bus … Continue reading

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A Strong Cup of Tea, Part 1: The Drumthwackit Blues

On February 24, 2011 a post appeared on the CNJ website that effectively rattled the conservative blogosphere in the Garden State. It was a reaction to a breakfast meeting that took place earlier in the day at Drumthwackit, the official … Continue reading

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Anna and the King of Drumthwackit – Part 2

“Oh my God,” she squeaked and in her waning moment of rational lucidity, rose from her chair to hurry across the office and turn the deadbolt on the door.  There was no way she would allow herself to be interrupted … Continue reading

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Anna and the King of Drumthwackit – Part 1

It’s a gross understatement to call it one of the strangest dreams I ever had – prompted, I am certain, by a day of busy blogging followed by pizza, wine and some quality television time. As it happened, I tuned … Continue reading

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