Tag Archives: Garden State

ATPC Ratifies Charter and By-Laws

In a session convened in Red Bank, New Jersey on March 2, 2013 the attending delegations of the American Tea Party Congress unanimously adopted a Charter and a set of operational By-Laws. On March 10 the Charter was formally and … Continue reading

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In the Robes of Nostradamus

In June I sounded the clarion call for the Tea Party movement to unite, lest it be relegated to oblivion by the GOP. Apparently…I saw the future. The build-up to the GOP convention certainly seemed to be a dream come … Continue reading

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The ATPC Express Gains Momentum!

In many respects, the Tea Party unification movement is akin to a heavily laden freight train: at first, the wheels of the locomotive barely make the first revolution as they groan and squeal in their effort to move the cargo … Continue reading

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Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks

We are informed by the hoary cliche that one cannot teach an old dog new tricks. To a certain extent, there is some hoary truth in the adage, but it was coined long before the advent of tasers and cattle … Continue reading

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At Long Last: Tea Party Unity

The past two weeks have kept me very busy on matters that I was reluctant to discuss in any detail for fear, quite frankly, of jinxing the whole enterprise. My last post – dated July 11 – hinted strongly at … Continue reading

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Strange Goings-On at Proprietary House

On June 2 of this year the lovely and ever-gracious Nicole and I were married in the historic Drawing Room of Proprietary House by Judge Maria Del Valle Koch. It was the place where in 2010 I first participated in … Continue reading

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A Proposal for Tea Party Unity in New Jersey

As indicated by the paucity of activity on this site for the past few days, I’ve been busy fleshing out a concept for Tea Party unity that I mentioned in a previous post. I’m pleased to announce that I completed … Continue reading

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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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Is Gov. Zeppelin’s Nod a Good Thing?

It might be if you are an Establishment RINO running for re-election to Congress in a district with an electorate that is largely moderate in its political complexion. But if you are an Establishment RINO in New Jersey’s most conservative … Continue reading

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The Quasi-Conservative Cabal

I recently received a piece of literature from the Leonard Lance for Congress campaign that perfectly encapsulates what has gone horribly wrong in the Garden State since the rise of the Tea Party Movement.

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