Tag: nixon

The Fifty-Year Folly Of Liberal Orthodoxy

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — The minute I saw Kanye West hugging President Trump in the White House oval office, I thought of Sammy Davis. I wonder how many people alive today even know Read More

The Striking Similarities, Even Fifty Years Later

By Dan Cirucci | via Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Even after nearly half a century, the similarities remain striking. Both made their way to national prominence on the backs of others. Always somewhat in the shadow of their popular benefactors, both found themselves Read More

Tom Brady and Richard Nixon: Gates of a Feather

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog It’s appropriate that the kerfuffle over Tom Brady’s flabby balls had the sobriquet “gate” appended to it since it shares a striking resemblance to the original, if you will, “gatescapade” that Read More

The ONE Leader America Could Use Right Now

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot The world seems in a state of upheaval. In fact, we can’t remember the last time things seems this chaotic. And America’s State Department seems clueless about what’s happening while the Obama Administration generally appears Read More

The Little Republican

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A heartbroken country is mourning the loss of Shirley Temple this morning, Save Jerseyans, the childhood film star who stole the nation’s hearts – and kept people smiling – throughout the most difficult depths of Read More

Reagan vs. Nixon vs. Christie

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog There aren’t many useful comparison among leaders of the opposite political persuasion. How does Governor Chris Christie’s public response to Bridgegate thus far stack up against those of past GOP leaders in equally dark hours? Take Read More

Christie’s Single Nixonian Misstep

By Susanne LaFrankie | The Save Jersey Blog “I am what I am but I’m not a bully” …cringe worthy words from last week’s Bridgegate press conference, words which could haunt Governor Chris Christie since they’re eerily similar to those of Richard Nixon’s Read More