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My Take on This Day in History

I’m tired of simply copying and pasting long passages from the History.com website – fascinating as most of the tidbits I choose may be. What’s needed here is a dose of Bulldog commentary, the kind that makes the historical tidbit … Continue reading

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It’s Worse Than You Think

Many – if not most – Republican voters are hampered in their long-term thinking by a short-term misconception: replace Barack Obama with Gingrich or Paul or Romney or Santorum or even Zombie Reagan on November 6 and it will be … Continue reading

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On the Precipice

You good people certainly don’t need the likes of me to proclaim what any American with half the brains God gave a smart goose can ascertain after perusing the Internet for half an hour: this nation – a glorious republic … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 3

From FDR to BHO: Setting the Stage So where did we leave off last week? Ah yes…FDR and the Dems consolidate the power of the Democrat party and begin increasing the size and scope of the federal government by engaging … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 2

TR to FDR – The Contagion Spreads In the late 19th century the body politic of the United States became infected with a toxin that worked its malignance from the top down. The mutagenic transformation of America that would occur … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 1

Rise of the Progressives I remember having to prepare a long-range business plan for my product line in September of 1999 when I worked for the Zinsser Company. The marketing director asked all of the brand managers to project sales … Continue reading

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But…It’s for the Children!

Mr. and Mrs. Leader of the Free World are on the last leg of a nine day Diplomatic Journey to Asia.  As always, they freely expressed their true feelings about the citizens that they are supposed to represent, while the … Continue reading

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The Solution is Simple…But It Ain’t Easy

Over at Education Week, Rick Hess of the American Enterprise Institute hurls a series of six high-speed curve ball questions regarding the the federal Department of Education and its proposed abolition by various Republican candidates for the presidential nomination. I’m … Continue reading

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Dashboards, Politics and Virtue

By Guest-Blogger Mark Terribile If you have driven a car with a high-end instrument panel, you may have enjoyed the miles-per-gallon display.  If you reset it at a red light, then stepped on the gas when the light went green, … Continue reading

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The Education Malaise

Previously, Bulldog Pundit described a recent Texas town hall kerfuffle, wherein a teacher hurled the word “Nazi” at a Tea Party leader in a completely unjustified ad hominem  attack.  Bulldog posited that “most public school teachers…are ignorant, clueless, liberal statist … Continue reading

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