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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 Bulldog is Back

Some haitus…three days later and the itch to write got so bad that no amount of scratching could make it go away. Note the new header: no more punditry for this candid canine. The recent primary left me more jaded … Continue reading

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Today in History – May 3

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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When Vetting Becomes Personal Destruction

While the term “vetting” has acquired a certain popularity in the wake of Barack Obama’s election as president of the United States, few people are aware that it was originally a horse-racing colloquialism referring to the requirement that a veterinarian … Continue reading

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Of Ice Cream and Politics

This story has been circulating around the Internet for a few years. It supposedly comes from a teacher in the Nashville, TN area but I am unable to pin down the precise origin. Nevertheless, it’s an illustrative example of an … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

There is nothing more satisfying than seeing a smug, supercilious, Drive-By Media drone smacked down in front of a national audience. If you haven’t seen this exchange between Newt Gingrich and John King, then watch and understand why the liberal … Continue reading

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The REAL Reason Gov. Christie Didn’t Run for Prez?

“Curiouser and curiouser” would have been the response of Wonderland’s Alice were she to gaze into the rabbit hole of New Jersey politics and focus her attention on the past conduct of Governor Chris “Der Blimpmeister” Christie, whose tenure as … Continue reading

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Reasons to Nominate Herman Cain

The more I see and hear Herman Cain, the more I like him and the more I’m amazed by him. By any metric known to political science, his candidacy should have imploded long ago: he has zero political experience coupled … Continue reading

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Overnight Open Thread

“The raw demographic and political power of any sustained anti-establishment populist movement eventually morphs into organizational structures that become part of the  establishment against which the populist movement originally rallied.” — Bulldog’s First Axiom of Post-Tea Party Politics

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When the Truth Prevails, The Tea Party Prevails

It is said that a lie goes halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its shoes on; in an age of instantaneous communication I would suggest that a lie circumvents the planet before truth has … Continue reading

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