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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 Very Definition of Irony

Irony is much like a souffle: great care must be taken when preparing it, lest the final product collapse into a mess. Strangely (dare I say…ironically?), some of the most delicious irony – the kind you need a chainsaw to … Continue reading

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Chris Christie: The Food Stamp Governor

How fittingly ironic that Christopher Christie, a man of operatic proportions, is presently the governor of a state in which the number of residents receiving food stamp assistance has doubled in the past four years. In all fairness, Mr. Christie … Continue reading

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And the Band Played On…

There is an aphorism in English, translated into French, that has been re-incorporated into our language as a xenophonic expression employed without translation because the meaning is understood. Thus “Ciao,” “Voila” and “C’est la vie” come immediately to mind. In … Continue reading

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What Price Unity?

As primary season draws inexorably closer, it’s the persistently burning question du jour for the conservative movement in New Jersey, which incurred a massive infection late in 2010 that, over the course of the next six months, became a hideously … Continue reading

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More Sauce for the Jacobins

Astute (and even not-so-astute) Bulldog Pundit readers will recall how the Warrior Weasels at Conservative New Jersey – a blog that is rapidly acquiring a much-deserved reputation as the focal point of bovine excrement in the Garden State – continue … Continue reading

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The Infamous Socialist Visit – See the Videos Now!

Still curious to know what happened on that fateful April 26 when a socialist named Pat Noble visited with the Bayshore Tea Party for a couple of hours? A few short iPhone video clips will give you some insight into … Continue reading

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Nuking the Fridge – Eichmann Style

Just when you thought Jacobins Gone Wild had bested Indiana Jones, they go the distance and best themselves – nuking their own fridge and emerging from it a scant distance from the epicenter of the blast. In other words, it … Continue reading

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Conservative Neo-Jacobins? – Part 2

Like a tsunami rising out of an oceanic abyss, the Tea Party movement thundered onto the shore of American politics in early 2009 and proceeded to inundate the political landscape over the course of the next year and a half. … Continue reading

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Conservative Neo-Jacobins? – Part 1

Human nature being the oftentimes fickle and capricious thing it is, extremism is as much an attribute of the human condition as moderation and if history is an accurate scale, its effects often outweigh moderation by several orders of magnitude. … Continue reading

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