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At Long Last: Tea Party Unity

The past two weeks have kept me very busy on matters that I was reluctant to discuss in any detail for fear, quite frankly, of jinxing the whole enterprise. My last post – dated July 11 – hinted strongly at … Continue reading

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The Death of Conservatism in New Jersey

Few things speak with greater volume and clarity than a landslide victory in what many thought would be a close political race where differences between the contenders were stark and easily discernible. In the case of the 7th Congressional District, … Continue reading

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Innocence by Association?

I suppose that’s what you’d call the mirror opposite of ‘guilt by association,’ especially if you’re a politician desperate to shed the bumpy gray hide of the Northeast RINO and slip into a nice, comfortable Reagan suit. What better way … Continue reading

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Rob Eichmann: Cynical Race-Baiter Extraordinaire

While it may come as a chilly comfort in these troubled days for the Conservative Movement in New Jersey, the fact remains that a lying weasel will eventually be hoist with his own petard. In many cases it may be … Continue reading

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Mr. Eichmann and the Pursuit of the Truth

A little over a month ago, CNJ blogger and GOP State Committee court jester Rob Eichmann extended to U.S. Senate candidate Bader Qarmout an opportunity to present his side of the Lorillard Tobacco case. Mr. Qarmout responded with an affirmative … Continue reading

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Where Have the Tea Parties Gone?

It’s a question a lot of people – even those on our side of the political divide – are asking these days, especially given the conspicuous absence of the massive Tax Day rallies that characterized the movement on April 15 … Continue reading

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Tax Increase Morons

Before I arrived home from work this evening I stopped at the local Krauszer’s to grab an extra-large cup of java which I reserve as my 5 AM awakening elixir. These days it seems I drink more cold coffee than … Continue reading

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Today in History – January 11

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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The Winner of the 2012 NJ GOP Primary Will Be…

The Establishment candidate, of course. At this time, it appears that State Senator Joe Kyrillos will play the role of sacrificial RINO lamb opposite Bob Menendez’ Democrat wolf, thereby taking his much-deserved place in the GOP Squish Pantheon of Election … Continue reading

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Today in History – December 03

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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