Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

The RINO in a Reagan Suit – Part 1

As the GOP primary season in New Jersey enters the critical final five weeks before Garden State Republicans go to the polls and vote on June 5, the time has come to do some serious vetting of incumbent congressman Leonard … Continue reading

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Today in History – February 2

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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The Mad Max Chronicles – December 17, Part 3

On Saturday, December 17, Cordell’s Maximus of County Line (aka Mad Max, Frankenpooch and Max the Wonder Dog) trotted into Ring 6 at the Star of Bethlehem dog show, an AKC-sanctioned event in Allentown, PA sponsored by the Lehigh Valley … Continue reading

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The Mad Max Chronicles – December 17, Part 2

On Saturday, December 17, Cordell’s Maximus of County Line (aka Mad Max, Frankenpooch and Max the Wonder Dog) trotted into Ring 6 at the Star of Bethlehem dog show, an AKC-sanctioned event in Allentown, PA sponsored by the Lehigh Valley … Continue reading

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The Greatest Hot Sauce You’ll Ever Taste in Your Life

It’s not often that I talk about food on this blog. Actually, it’s never, but this is an exception. I am a fan of hot sauce, but I generally like ones that actually have a flavor other than pepper, and … Continue reading

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Debate in the Desert: Obama Joins the Chorus

Things got a little heated last night between candidates presently in second and third place, respectively, during the Republican Presidential Candidate debate in Las Vegas. In an already testy debate, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry got into a fight over … Continue reading

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Parrots, Weasels and RINOS…Oh My!

We’re going to the political zoo, zoo, zoo.  How about you, you, you? You can come too, too, too! Things being what they are, the only non-politician in the Republican presidential primary – who also happens to be surging in … Continue reading

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Free Food in Philadelphia

In the aftermath of its sojourn through the Eastern Coast of the United States approximately one month ago, Hurricane Irene left behind an enormous amount of damage from North Carolina to Maine.  According to The New York Times, damage estimates … Continue reading

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Today in History – September 11

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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Wee Willie Winky and the Jacobins

I must declare from the onset that I am flattered by Bill Winkler’s obsession with me. I first became aware of this when I read his article titled “Tea for Education.” One third of the piece discusses a new education … Continue reading

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