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There He Goes Again

It’s no surprise that President Obama – whose first term in office is even more atrocious than Jimmy Carter’s ONLY term in office – runs like the wind away from his record while attacking Mitt Romney with a barrage of … Continue reading

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Is Gov. Zeppelin’s Nod a Good Thing?

It might be if you are an Establishment RINO running for re-election to Congress in a district with an electorate that is largely moderate in its political complexion. But if you are an Establishment RINO in New Jersey’s most conservative … Continue reading

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Meet the Next Governor of New Jersey

During the gubernatorial primary season back in 2009 I speculated on the possibility that the Democrat Party in New Jersey would throw incumbent candidate Jon Corzine overboard and bet the ranch on Newark Mayor Cory Booker. I carefully vetted Booker … Continue reading

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Bet You $10,000 He Gets Steamrolled This November

There is a certain, strange honesty that emanates from Mitt Romney on the campaign trail – and I’m not referring to his myriad updated and amended promises and platform planks. No, I’m referring to his obvious discomfort with his immense … Continue reading

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It’s Worse Than You Think

Many – if not most – Republican voters are hampered in their long-term thinking by a short-term misconception: replace Barack Obama with Gingrich or Paul or Romney or Santorum or even Zombie Reagan on November 6 and it will be … Continue reading

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SOU Address 2012: The Same Old Song

Last night, President Barack Hussein Obama gave his fourth (and hopefully last) State of the Union Address before a joint session of Congress. Coming off like the campaign speech it was, the president sang the same ol’ song, trying desperately … Continue reading

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Taxes Saved are Taxes Not Wasted

Being old…er…I can remember then-Consumer Advocate David Horowitz’s regular visits of Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, in which he would speak about government spending and other associated rip-offs. Johnny would shake his head and laugh in disbelief over the poor choices … Continue reading

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Using Beer to Explain Our System of Taxation

This piece has been circulating the internet for some time and according to the version recently forwarded to me by Kurt Epps, David R. Kamerschen, Ph.D. is the author – although this appears to have been refuted by Snopes. It … Continue reading

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Breaking: NJ Tea Parties Endorse Herman Cain

Today at Noon, the Bayshore Tea Party and the Jersey Shore Tea Party Patriots held a joint press conference at the headquarters of the Bayshore group in Middletown, NJ to announce that both organizations are officially endorsing Herman Cain as … Continue reading

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Debate in the Desert: Obama Joins the Chorus

Things got a little heated last night between candidates presently in second and third place, respectively, during the Republican Presidential Candidate debate in Las Vegas. In an already testy debate, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry got into a fight over … Continue reading

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