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It’s Constitutional. Bitches.

Ever the exemplar of dignity and class, the DNC succinctly distilled the essence of contempt that Democrat statists have for Americans who still cling (bitterly so, according to B.H. Obama) to such antiquated notions as personal liberty and the rule … Continue reading

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Will Chris Christie Shy From a 2013 Run?

Like everything else where Gov. Zeppelin’s political moxie is concerned, much will depend on the circumstances he faces – in this case, the odds that Mitt Romney will pick him for the Veep spot as well as the odds that … Continue reading

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The Principled Conservative? Seriously?

I damn near spat a mouthful of coffee at the laptop screen when I read the April 25 press release issued by the Leonard Lance campaign: FLEMINGTON, NJ — Leonard Lance for Congress today released, “Principled Conservative” — the first … Continue reading

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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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A Timely Warning from the SCTP

Yesterday I received an e-mail from the Somerset County Tea Party – of which I am a member – that contains timely advice for the Republican primary voters in the 7th Congressional District concerning the candidates: incumbent Leonard Lance and … Continue reading

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Today in History – March 15

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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Off the Reservation

Ann Coulter has always struck me as an intelligent individual via her books, syndicated columns and television appearances, but as of late – I believe that her normally well-founded judgment has been brought into serious question. As most of you … Continue reading

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Keeping the Focus on Obama

If you’re getting discouraged with the Republican primary process, I don’t blame you. Between the candidates ripping each other and the collective Left making sure that every issue gets turned on its head and blamed on either congressional Republicans or … Continue reading

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Camelot Lives!

Just when you thought the Kennedy dynasty had seen its last days in the political realm of Massachusetts, a grandson of the late Robert Kennedy is running for the Bay State’s fourth congressional district – Barney Frank’s soon-to-be vacant House … Continue reading

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The Pontius Pilate Basin of Water Award

After tabulating ballots submitted from all across the Garden State, the accounting firm of Weagh, Cheatham & Howe announced this year’s winner of the coveted Pontius Pilate Basin of Water Award, a dubious encomium bestowed upon the political executive whose … Continue reading

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