Tag Archives: Ron Paul

A Perfect Test for Doobie Hypocrisy

The cynic in me wonders mightily what percentage of the population clamoring to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes (yes, there are legitimate medicinal uses for ganja) would suddenly lose their voices if researchers were able to develop a strain of … Continue reading

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The Media’s Losing Game

We’ve been subjected to a litany of debates during this primary season and Wednesday night’s contest provided little in the way of further clarity. The American public should have a pretty good idea as to where each of the candidates stands on … Continue reading

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A Florida Frenzy

So, who won the debate last night?  Well, It depends on whom you talk to. Those who favor Mitt as the greatest thing since sliced bread, are saying he won, hands down.   And, those who like Newt, give him … Continue reading

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Way to Go, Newt

Somebody please wake me when this long national nightmare is over. I can stand it no longer and have no other option but declaring outright that Newt Gingrich is, without question, the only candidate in this race that truly deserves … Continue reading

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Ron Paul and Delusions of Conservatism

Last night, Mitt “The Legacy” Romney won the Republican Primary in his home state of New Hampshire solidly, but still got only 38% of the vote.  His closest challenger was Ron Paul, who garnered 24%. Paul’s Campaign Chair, Jesse Benton, … Continue reading

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Ron Paul: He’s No Conservative

The Hawkeye Cauci happens this Tuesday, and, as I write this, Texas Congressman Ron Paul is polling in second place, with 22%, just 2 percentage points behind “The Legacy” Willard Mitt Romney. Dr. Paul’s election strategy is as mystifying to … Continue reading

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A Mackeral Rotting in the Moonshine

When Jacobin Journalists Go Over the Edge I’ve often written about Paul Mulshine – the cranky,  Jacobin hack columnist employed by the uber-liberal Newark Star-Ledger as its token “conservative” – and, as you can tell from my subtly worded introduction, … Continue reading

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Today in History – December 31

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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Dr. Paul, Hippocrates and the Legalization of Heroin

Back in the wild 1980s, when cocaine was as plentiful as the cash to buy it, I did my share of blow in the company of an artist who shall remain nameless. We were good friends and I accompanied the … Continue reading

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The GOP Nomination: Eeny, Meeny, Miney…Newt?

Republican Candidate for that party’s presidential nomination, Newt Gingrich, was interviewed by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer yesterday afternoon. During the interview, he was not shy about letting his feelings be known about fellow candidate, the cranky old isolationist nutjob himself, Dr. … Continue reading

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