Wednesday, 25 Apr 2018

POLL ANALYSIS: Romney May Not Be Inevitable But Yes, He Is Very Competitive!

If you chose to internalize the nightly news, Save Jerseyans, you’d be pretty “bearish” on Mitt Romney’s campaign. No one likes him according to the pundits! Women, hispanics, female hispanics, martians, Marianists, female hispanic martian Marianists. Everyone! We’re already hearing talking heads (on both sides of the aisle) wonder aloud if Mitt can, in fact, triumph […]

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Machine Democrats Seize Control in Atlantic, Cape May Counties?

Shocking news, I know! Just imagine your Blogger-in-Chief ‘s surprise, Save Jerseyans, when former State Senate President Raymond Bateman (R-16) announced the South Jersey Democrat Machine’s latest acquisition(s) in a Daily Record op-ed published earlier this week: Today, while more sophisticated, the differences still run deep. South Jerseyans read the Philadelphia papers; watch Philly TV; root […]

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Killing It: My Review of O’Reilly and Duggard’s Book on Lincoln’s Last Days

If you haven’t gotten to it already, Save Jerseyans, Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed American Forever, written by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Duggard, is an exciting if somewhat downbeat historical fiction spanning the final 14 days prior to President Lincoln’s assassination. The book is divided into four major parts and filled with well-written and […]

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Three Completely Anecdotal Suppositions

Despite the highly charged partisan rancor in the run up to the November election, it seems to me, from highly anecdotal evidence, that there is an still-in-development national consensus forming around three core issues. Conservatives of all types should capitalize on the shared sentiment, help build/shape this consensus, and thus move the national conversation in our direction. […]

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HuffPo Unfairly Slams Bucco as a Birther

So earlier today you read about an official court challenge in Mercer County to President Obama’s ballot eligibility in New Jersey. I am going to go out on a limb and say that effort will not be successful. There has been some other news regarding the “birther movement” in New Jersey. Yesterday the Huffington Post […]

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