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The ATPC Express Gains Momentum!

In many respects, the Tea Party unification movement is akin to a heavily laden freight train: at first, the wheels of the locomotive barely make the first revolution as they groan and squeal in their effort to move the cargo … Continue reading

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It’s Time for NJ Tea Parties to Unite

As I predicted, the overture to the Tea Party movement on the part of the Lonegan Cabal has commenced in the form of a long, tendentious, condescending post that is positively slimy with Wee Willy Winky’s unctuous fingerprints. Yes, I … Continue reading

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The Death of Conservatism in New Jersey

Few things speak with greater volume and clarity than a landslide victory in what many thought would be a close political race where differences between the contenders were stark and easily discernible. In the case of the 7th Congressional District, … Continue reading

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Mike Reagan Endorses David Larsen for Congress

In recent campaign mailers, incumbent moderate Leonard Lance – who claims to be the “Reagan Conservative”in this race – attacked David Larsen as a person unable to live up to the standards set by Ronald Reagan, who is revered as … Continue reading

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Innocence by Association?

I suppose that’s what you’d call the mirror opposite of ‘guilt by association,’ especially if you’re a politician desperate to shed the bumpy gray hide of the Northeast RINO and slip into a nice, comfortable Reagan suit. What better way … Continue reading

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Is Gov. Zeppelin’s Nod a Good Thing?

It might be if you are an Establishment RINO running for re-election to Congress in a district with an electorate that is largely moderate in its political complexion. But if you are an Establishment RINO in New Jersey’s most conservative … Continue reading

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The Qarmout Immigration Plan: Part 1

Sooner more than later the U.S. Congress will have to come to terms with the issue of illegal immigration, specifically: what do we do with millions of illegal immigrants who have taken up residence here? It’s a thorny political issue … Continue reading

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In a Responsible and Sensitive Way

For the past two months, the informed and active portion of the GOP electorate has been following Rockin’ Robbo Eichmann’s determination to destroy U.S. Senate candidate Bader Qarmout with much the same fascination that movie-going audiences back in 1956 watched … Continue reading

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By the Endorsements Ye Shall Know Them

An endorsement – especially one that comes from a person or an organization that is well-known and respected for integrity – is a powerful campaign boost for any candidate who seeks public office. It is a seal of approval that … Continue reading

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The Quasi-Conservative Cabal

I recently received a piece of literature from the Leonard Lance for Congress campaign that perfectly encapsulates what has gone horribly wrong in the Garden State since the rise of the Tea Party Movement.

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