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J. Edward Tremlett is a lot of things, currently. He's back in the states after a seven-year stint in Dubai, UAE. He's been published in such diverse places as The American Partisan, the International American, The End is Nigh, Pyramid Magazine and Worlds of Cthulhu. He's the hall monitor of Op Ed News and chief guardian against the OTOC Sleestak invasion, too, but don't tell anyone. They'll wonder what you've been smoking, and why you're not sharing.

J enjoys nothing more than kicking ass for common sense, however tempered by his own skewed viewpoint. As the song says, "Some have to dance / some have to kill." As King Mob would say, "Nice and Smooth."

Or was that Ray Davies? Hard to be sure. Things often change when you're not looking at them. Don't blink.

Please be aware that numerous things that are said are not to meant be taken seriously. Please be aware that serious things that are said are meant to be taken numerous ways. Please be seriously numerous with those things that are meant but not said, rather than said but not meant. Please be. : )

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Friday, May 30, 2014     

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Dinesh D'Felon
(9 comments) It looks like Dinesh D'Souza has just destroyed his career as a conservative scold. Or is this all part of the plan...? Let's engage in some irresponsible speculation to try and find the truth!

Saturday, January 25, 2014     

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Dinesh D'Loser
(9 comments) Disingenuous Dinesh D'Souza shows us all how conservative intellectuals roll -- into and out of Federal Court, at any rate

Friday, December 13, 2013     

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GodZimmerman Strikes!
(2 comments) He stomps! He stares! He shoots! No army can stop him! No courts can prosecute him! Large and untouchable, he rampages! Can anyone end his reign of terror... or does anyone care to?

Monday, December 17, 2012     

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The Post-Connecticut Violent Media Bait and Switch
(1 comments) Should we talk about gun control after yet another school shooting? No. Conservative media would rather talk about violent video games and movies, instead. And, sadly, they're not the only ones.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012     

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To My Conservative Friends and Family
(10 comments) A gentle plea for civility and cooperation rather than divisiveness and anger, as America moves forward to new challenges. Can we work ALONGSIDE the President, rather than AGAINST him?

Sunday, September 2, 2012     

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Mitt Romney -- the Accidental and Reluctant Candidate
(6 comments) Are you worried that Mitt Romney will be the next President of the United States? So is he, apparently. But why is Mitt Romney NOT committed to the campaign he's just truly embarked upon? It's a four-part lesson in art, history, strategy, and unintended consequences.

Friday, March 2, 2012     

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Andrew Breitbart - On the Death of a Bully
(5 comments) A few words on the occasion of Andrew Breitbart's passing.

Friday, March 11, 2011     

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WND's Joseph Farah Finally Admits he's a Birther
(10 comments) After several months of insisting that, in spite of helping create and popularize the greatest non-issue of the Obama Administration, he was not, himself, a Birther, Joseph Farah has finally slipped up and admitted that he is, though he may not be entirely aware of his mistake (yet).

Monday, December 20, 2010     

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A Challenge to Birthers - Pay Lakin Back
(5 comments) Terry Lakin is in jail, tonight. The Birthers helped put him in there. They are morally obligated to make certain he and his family are provided for once he leaves prison. The question is, will they?

Monday, November 22, 2010     

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Saul Anuzis' Racist Friend
(3 comments) The former head of Michigan's GOP wants Michael Steele's job, but he has one massive skeleton rattling in his political closet. What's his connection to the notorious Kyle Bristow?

Monday, October 18, 2010     

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Democrats vs. Republicans / Disappointment vs. Disaster
(33 comments) Once again, some of the rightfully angry would prefer we break our toys and go home, rather than play the game with its currently crooked rules and skewed outcomes. But if we do that, we risk our nation sliding back into a replay of the Bush II years. Do we really want to live through another disaster rather than risk disappointment?