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The Sweet Taste of Vindication

Once more, the Zoo Crew at Conservative New Jersey can thank your humble scrivener for the spike in their web traffic due entirely to yesterday’s response to yet another of Rockin Robbo Eichmann’s less-than-sober fulminations against the Bayshore Tea Party … Continue reading

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CNJ’s “Muhammed Video” Legacy Continues

It was, admittedly, with some ironic pleasure that I happened across a recent discharge from the Know-Nothing Jacobin cloaca that passes for the portal to true conservatism in the Garden State. I’m referring, of course, to a recent rant posted … Continue reading

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The European Socialist Slide

Americans have watched as Europe has teetered on the brink of economic chaos, reminiscent of a Buddhist monk preparing to set himself on fire. It appears that the match has been lit. French socialist Francois Hollande has won a clear … Continue reading

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Hunger Games: Where Progressives Want To Take Us

I saw the much-anticipated and highly touted debut of The Hunger Games this weekend and found the movie to be apropos given the current political climate. The Games, which raked in a record-breaking $214 million between the U.S. and Canada, has made for interesting discussion – … 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 3

From FDR to BHO: Setting the Stage So where did we leave off last week? Ah yes…FDR and the Dems consolidate the power of the Democrat party and begin increasing the size and scope of the federal government by engaging … 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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Living in the USSA

If you are old enough, you, like I, have memories of the iconic scenes of the Civil Rights Struggle in America and the symbolic leader of that movement, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Yesterday, a monument featuring a 30 foot … Continue reading

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Hitting Their Marx: The Astroturfed Protests Continue

The “not-so-spontaneous” protests against “corporate greed” that are popping up across the country are quickly being embraced by the Democratic Party and the Main Stream Media, who are growing increasingly desperate in their attempts to camouflage the rapidly failing Obama … Continue reading

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Who Would Jesus Tax?

It’s a question I’ve addressed over and again in every one of my previous blogger incarnations, if only because it refuses to go away. More precisely, the quasi-religious advocates of “social justice” – be they cynical manipulators for whom Christianity … Continue reading

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