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Don’t Feed the Pander Bear

The Pander Bear (Ursus obsequiensis-politicanus) is a ubiquitous political creature that thrives in the warmth of public acclaim and media adulation; photo-ops involving such ordinary events as the birthday celebration of a centenarian have been known to act like a … Continue reading

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Time for a CNJ Zoo Crew Comedy Break

When things get too quiet you can always depend on the Zoo Crew over at Conservative New Jersey to provide much needed comic relief, especially in the wake of the recent election day death sentence passed upon the Garden State … Continue reading

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Microbreweries as a Microcosm

Today’s lesson from the Crossroads of New Jersey to our state legislators: DROP THE ATTITUDE New Jersey’s microbrewery and brewpub laws provide a study in microcosm of what is wrong with the government of our state – and our country. … Continue reading

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A Problem for the Moonshine Man

My guess is that he never figured his totally loaded question to Ron Paul – one he happily deployed afterward to bludgeon his real and imagined nemeses – would ever boomerang and bite him squarely in the ass. Of course, … Continue reading

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Mulshine’s Yarnballs for Crazy Uncle Ron

I can’t think of any image funnier – or more preposterous – than a man of advancing years (and increasingly hoary appearance, if his latest pic is any indicator) gushing like a giddy schoolboy over his ideological idol. Thus the … Continue reading

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Scratch Our Backs, Uncle Ron, and We’ll Scratch Yours

Courtesy of the nimrod over at CNJ, this just in: Monday will be a very busy day.  First, Senator Mike Doherty will publicly endorse Congressman Ron Paul for President of the United States.  Congressman Paul will be on hand for … Continue reading

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NJGOP Must Secure a Loose Cannon on Its Deck

I’ll say this much for GOP State Committeeman Rob Eichmann: what he lacks in mental horsepower, character, integrity and probity is certainly more than compensated for by his sheer, mindless persistence. Unfortunately, he picked a fight with a blogger who … Continue reading

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A Pretty Pair of Pauls: Monkeyshine and Moonshine

On 9/11/11 most media outlets were writing retrospectives on the tenth anniversary of the Jihadist attack on America. Some told the tale from the perspective of the victims while others related the story from the perspective of the  first responders. … Continue reading

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A Letter to Chairman Samuel Raia of the NJGOP

Enough is enough, my friends. In what has to be the most supreme act of  hubristic irony and pure chutzpah I’ve ever seen, NJ Republican State Committee member Rob Eichman – self-professed nemesis of the Bayshore Tea Party  – published … Continue reading

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Too Much Moonshine Can Make You Sick

I’m pleased as punch to be the object of another hit piece courtesy of Paul “Moonshine” Mulshine – hack journo-columnist and cranky, conservo-gnostic extraordinaire whose outre, Lew Rockwell Jacobin conservatism makes Pat Buchanan look like Keith Olbermann. Faithful readers will … Continue reading

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