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The Infamous Socialist Visit – See the Videos Now!

Still curious to know what happened on that fateful April 26 when a socialist named Pat Noble visited with the Bayshore Tea Party for a couple of hours? A few short iPhone video clips will give you some insight into … Continue reading

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Overnight Open Thread

‘I’m with you. We live in a democracy and have to make the argument. If we can’t do that we might as well fold our tents.” — David Horowitz on the wisdom of inviting socialists to speak with Tea Party … Continue reading

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Dancing the Dimwit Two-Step

There are those rare occasions in the course of arguing with a dimwit that the frustration experienced by those of us who dwell in empirical reality occasionally gives way to a snicker, then a giggle, then full-out hilarity. Trouble is, … Continue reading

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Sauce for the Bayshore is Sauce for the Jacobins

It’s one of those things that stares you plainly in the face – like an enigmatic Easter Island statue – and yet you don’t really see it. Kenny Hill (a college-era chum) correctly summed up Edgar Allan Poe’s “Purloined Letter” … Continue reading

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Wee Willie Winky and the Jacobins

I must declare from the onset that I am flattered by Bill Winkler’s obsession with me. I first became aware of this when I read his article titled “Tea for Education.” One third of the piece discusses a new education … Continue reading

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Doubling Down on Doubling Down on Insanity

After reading Rob Eichmann’s latest tribute to the popular definition of insanity titled “The Chairman Speaks,” I’m left wondering if he missed taking his medication or, perhaps, should start taking medication. For those who stumbled into this contretemps after the … Continue reading

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The Futility of Arguing With All of the Above

After reading his mercifully brief post today, I’m left wondering if Conservative Neo-Jacobin Rob Eichmann is (a) terminally obtuse; (b) irremediably stupid or (c) blindly ideological. Perhaps it’s all of the above. I can draw no other conclusion in light … Continue reading

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On the Care and Feeding of Jacobin Ostriches

It’s a rare creature, the American Jacobin Ostrich (Punditus ignoramus – americanus), but one worth studying in the wild where its bizarre behavior both confounds and amuses the informed observer. Arrayed in a drab shade of Puritanical Brown plumage,  it … Continue reading

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When Socialists Come a Knockin’

I’m pleased to announce that my “Strong Cup of Tea” series – in which I come to the defense of the Bayshore Tea Party against what is essentially a libelous and defamatory campaign of personal destruction launched by CNJ’s Dick … Continue reading

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