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Today in History – June 5

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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2012: Year of the West Point Weasel?

There are few things more satisfying than knowing you were right when everyone insisted you were wrong. Case in point concerns NJ State Senator Mike Doherty, a man considered by many to be a paragon of Movement Conservatism: early last … Continue reading

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Behold the Power of Prayer

Yesterday I posted an article about Rick Santorum’s decision to suspend his Florida campaign following the hospitalization of his three year old daughter Bella, who is afflicted with Trisomy 18. In the course of that piece, I promised to offer … Continue reading

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Will He Stay or Will He Go?

I can think of few crosses heavier to bear than being the parent of a mentally or physically disabled child. There isn’t a day or an hour that goes by in which mother or father aren’t temporarily gripped by panic … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Campaign, Folks

First things first, as they they say. You cannot govern as President of the United States after a general election unless you are elected by a majority of the voters and the Electors. You cannot be elected unless you declare … Continue reading

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Newt Wins SC: So Much for Inevitability

I just got through watching Fox News’ coverage of the South Carolina Primary.  While it was better than the other cable news channels (of course), there was an edge to it.  You could really tell that Brit Hume and others … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Squishes

It was the best of campaigns.  It was the worst of campaigns. The worst belongs to Jon Huntsman, whom, despite the blessings of being a handsome, highly-educated former governor and businessman who speaks Mandarin Chinese and has extensive foreign policy … Continue reading

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Newt: Accentuating the Positive

Among the Republican Presidential hopefuls Newt Gingrich, whose campaign was once on life support, has channeled Lazarus and surged into the lead for his party’s nomination in numerous polls. According to the latest polls conducted by Gallup, Gingrich’s Positive Intensity … Continue reading

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