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It’s Time to Rename The Secaucus Rail Station

If memory serves, the abhorrent tradition began with the new, 20,000 seat sports/entertainment arena constructed in the Hackensack Meadowlands. Ordinarily, such monuments to popular culture are named in honor of a person (usually a public servant or military hero who … Continue reading

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Today in History – February 24

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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On the Precipice

You good people certainly don’t need the likes of me to proclaim what any American with half the brains God gave a smart goose can ascertain after perusing the Internet for half an hour: this nation – a glorious republic … Continue reading

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Following Through On Rhetoric

Love him or hate him – Mitt Romney talks a good political ballgame. He’s become the consummate campaigner and knows how to deliver a pretty good victory speech at this point. He’s comfortable in front of large crowds, microphones and … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 4

Mother of All Elections is Ready to Give Birth A cursory survey of the state of our nation might impel the casual observer to conclude that Barack Obama will be defeated in a landslide election this November: unemployment hovers close … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 1

Rise of the Progressives I remember having to prepare a long-range business plan for my product line in September of 1999 when I worked for the Zinsser Company. The marketing director asked all of the brand managers to project sales … Continue reading

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Jefferson, Madison and the Capitol Building Church

Christianity has played a predominant role in the building of our nation.  In fact, the Capitol building itself was used for church services, even before Congress moved into the building, and continued to be used for Sunday church services until … Continue reading

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Unless the Writing is Erased, Doom Will Engulf Us All

When the Constitutional Convention announced the formation of a new government in 1787, the inestimable Dr. Franklin was asked precisely what they had given the American people: “A republic,” he responded, “if you can keep it.”

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