Tag Archives: Greg Caggiano

Who Needs History When We Have Ghosts!

As the Scandal at Proprietary House in Perth Amboy continues to unfold like a billowing, radioactive mushroom cloud, we find ourselves veering from the gutter of cronyism and institutional corruption into the feculent swamp of superstition and the occult, where … Continue reading

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A PC Holiday, Vol. 2: The Evil Mystique of Santa Claus

Due to the popularity of Volume 1, which was building an inoffensive snowman, tonight, we will tackle a much deeper aspect of the Christmas holiday season, which is Santa Claus. With the help of a friend, Bill Ritter (NOT the … Continue reading

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A PC Holiday, Vol. 1: Building an Inoffensive Snowman

Last night as I was watching a History Channel special titled, The Real Story of Christmas, and saw how the holiday changed over the years (mostly negatively), I began to wonder about some of America’s oldest traditions in storytelling, such … Continue reading

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Hockey History Spotlight: Pass the Puck, Joe Malone!

Bulldog Sez: I’m an eclectic kind of guy who’s interested in just about everything – including sports. I figure that there have to be hockey fans out there among my legions of loyal readers and so here’s something for them … Continue reading

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Julia Shutter Looks Back on World War II

A few weeks ago, for my World War II class in college, I had to conduct an interview with anyone who either served in the army during the war or lived through it as a civilian. Normally, I do not … Continue reading

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The Week in Review – Nov. 27 thru Dec. 03, 2011

For those visitors who are unable to access Bulldog Pundit every day or who do not subscribe to the daily e-mail diary, I offer a weekly review of articles posted from Sunday through Saturday. Sunday, November 27 Using Beer to … Continue reading

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My Cat Lawrence Meets a Christmas Tree

Most people here have seen pictures of Nicole’s beautiful dog, so I thought I would introduce all of you to my cat Lawrence, who was introduced to the Christmas season for the first time today…

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What History is Left on the History Channel?

It seems that the History Channel has been the brunt of jokes since time immemorial, whether it was when people dubbed it the “Hitler Channel”, due to their seemingly 24-hours-a-day broadcasting of all things Adolf, or in more recent years, … Continue reading

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‘Twas the Day After Thanksgiving

By Guest Blogger Greg Caggiano In about a week, we will celebrating everyone’s favorite day of encouraged gluttony: Thanksgiving! This was long the holiday that could not be commercialized, because nothing could be bought except food, and the activities for … Continue reading

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Assessing Occupy Wall Street From the Left

By Guest Blogger Greg Caggiano The other day, somebody asked me, “What do you think of the Occupy Wall Street movement?” The only answer that I could offer was that I did not care, and have been intentionally not following … Continue reading

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