Barack Obama & Chris Christie – First & Other Impressions

    How often have you heard someone say “I don’t see color” when they are trying to prove that they are not racists? “I only see people” usually follows. Unless that person is colorblind or actually blind, he or she is an idiot. Observing that someone is black or white or somewhere in between does not make someone a racist. It merely demonstrates that they are | Read More »

    Straight Into Darkness

    2010 became the year many Americans realized that the emperor stood shivering in the nude. Liberalism was dead, the Liberals had killed it; what now would the Liberals do? The impact of this Nietzsche-like revelation has awakened the American conscience to the existence of a major crisis. Namely, America is run, lock, stock, and barrel by a set of governments designed by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. | Read More »

    Chicken

    So President Obama believes the U.S. economy is still in the game-playing stage does he? It’s certainly the way the Democrats act right now–that the economy is fine enough that they’re willing to play a game of political chicken. These are the same folks who brought a comedian to testify to Congress. These are also the same people who lost in November. No one believed | Read More »

    Chicken

    So President Obama believes the U.S. economy is still in the game-playing stage does he? It’s certainly the way the Democrats act right now–that the economy is fine enough that they’re willing to play a game of political chicken. These are the same folks who brought a comedian to testify to Congress. These are also the same people who lost in November. No one believed | Read More »

    Palin Rage Syndrome: Contagion spreading from the Left to the GOP?

    Democrats are expected to exhibit the symptoms of Palin Rage Syndrome. As conservatives, we battle the disease quite effectively when it rears its ugly head on the other side of the aisle. For example, when Richard Cohen of the Washington Post penned a transparently unabashed snowjob hit piece on ex-governor Sarah Palin, it was swiftly met with a two-by-four to the face by Lori Ziganto. | Read More »

    House Races in New Jersey: An Update

         There is no Governor’s race, nor is any Senate seat up for re-election.  In 2012, the seat of Robert Menendez will be available.  He is currently head of the Democrat’s Senatorial efforts and there has been criticism of his efforts by some.  His standing in the Democratic Party may be judged by his performance in this year’s Senatorial cycle.  In the interim, Republicans in | Read More »

    A Letter to Governor Christie

    Dear Governor Christie, I am an avid supporter of the Republican Party and a leading member of the local Republican Club in East Greenwich Township located in Gloucester County.  Our club has made leaps and bounds this past year in creating a strong web site and in succeeding to get a Republican elected to our local township committee, where he will be out numbered 4 | Read More »

    Christie’s Compromise

        Living in a coastal community in the California of the East Coast- liberal New Jersey- we have many things in common like a Republican governor, fiscal insanity, beaches and surfers.  Chris Christie came into office and has had his way essentially thus far as concerns that fiscal insanity.  To summarize to this point, he faced a $10 billion budget deficit- a daunting task considering | Read More »

    Get Ready for More Garden State Fireworks

      There have been some recent editorials circulating in New Jersey newspapers that Republican Governor has a chance to “repair the relationship” with the state’s largest teacher union- the NJEA.  Methinks they underestimate and do not really get the fact that Chris Christie is not Jon Corzine or any other Democratic governor of New Jersey (or even some past Republican governors).  As many readers are | Read More »

    Forget John McCain, THIS is straight talk *UPDATE*

    Got the embed figured out, thanks izoneguy. Chris Christie for President! I’m not kidding. Did you see the look on the people’s faces? Even those who you KNOW would normally disagree? This guy has an ability to connect at a visceral level, and speak truths that no one can deny, no matter their political persuasion. I don’t care if he’s fat. He gets the job | Read More »

    Things I know now

    In no particular order… Things I knew before the 2008 elections: 1. Obama and his progressive crowd are socialists and communists. They only differ in  where they are in the authoritarian/totalitarian spectrum. 2. Progressives despise democracy, free speech, the rule of law,  and freedom except if they are killing preborn babies or keeping violent criminals and illegal immigrants from being prosecuted. 3. They favor a | Read More »

    Dark Horse Conservatives for 2012

    Much of the 2012  GOP nomination speculation revolves around the same 5 or six names. In no particular order they are Romney, Huckabee, Palin, Gingrich, Barbour, and Pawlenty.  All of these people have their pluses and minuses,  but none of them I believe would be the right type of candidate to face Obama in 2012. As bad as things are now, none of us should | Read More »

    And in NJ…

    Garden state tea partiers have received permission from the state Supreme Court to present their case for recalling Senator Robert Menendez. The hearing is to break a conflict between the US Constitution that denies recalls and the NJ State Constitution that provides for them. If the verdict is in tea party favor, it can proceed to collect 1.3 million signatures needed to place the recall | Read More »

    A Simple Question and Call to Action

    I along with many Americans feel helpless as our elected representatives appear to be inclined to vote for the Healthcare legislation against the will of the People and ignore their oath to uphold the Constitution.  This has occurred, in part, because many in Congress do not have a “legal understanding” of the principals of the Constitution or sense of duty to honor the precious gift our forefathers | Read More »

    Men On A Mission

    You know, at some point there has to be parity. There has to be parity between what is happening in the real world, and what is happening in the public sector world. The money does not grow on trees outside this building or outside your municipal building. It comes from the hard working people of our communities who are suffering and are hurting right now. | Read More »