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Steven J. Gulitti

Steven J. Gulitti

Steven J. Gulitti
New York, New York, USA
March 27
I am a resident of N.Y.C., and a political independent. I attended SUNY Buffalo (BA) and University of Illinois (MA) and NYU (Professional Certificate). I am a retired commissioned Chief Warrant Officer and 25-year veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. I am member of the Iron Workers Union and a freelance writer who has been published in textbook, periodical and professional venues. I contributed a subchapter to the textbook The Tea Party Movement, part of the Current Controversies Series.

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FEBRUARY 25, 2013 1:06PM

The Intellectual Dishonesty of William Kristol

No American with a basic understanding of this country’s military history could not have been anything but taken aback by William Kristol’s intellectually dishonest criticism of this statement in President Obama’s second inaugural speech: “But we are also heirs to those who w

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MAY 9, 2012 2:00PM

The Worst Jobs Record Of Any Governor In America‏

Remember back in February, at the height of the controversy surrounding public employee unions in Wisconsin, the idea was trotted out that Governor Scott Walker's anti-union efforts were part and parcel of a broader, bolder economic vision that would lead to growth and prosperity in the Badger State?… Read full post »
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APRIL 26, 2012 9:40AM

True Republican Mavericks

Retiring Republican Senator from Maine,  Olympia Snowe seems to be taking a parting shot at the right wing extremism currently infecting the G.O.P. She recently said that she will not necessarily give her $2.36 million dollar war chest to another Republican. Quoting an article from the Kennebec… Read full post »

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JULY 20, 2011 9:33PM

Opening Win in Wisconsin Recall Elections Goes to the Dems

The much awaited Wisconsin recall elections got off to a favorable start for the Democrats yesterday. Democratic State Senator Dave Hansen trounced his opponent David VanderLeest by a 2 to 1 margin. Quoting Steve Contorno of the Green Bay Press Gazette: “The summer of recalls had its first defiRead full post »

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JUNE 28, 2011 10:09PM

Michele Bachmann’s New Normal: Damage Control

Michele Bachmann came out of the last G.O.P. debate of presidential hopefuls smelling like a rose having favorably impressed the national media with her serious demeanor and lack of excited partisan rant. Presently she finds herself in a dead heat with Mitt Romney among Republican voters in Iowa andRead full post »

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MAY 26, 2011 12:02AM

Barack Obama on a Roll

I know this sort of summarization will set the fringe full mooners on the right all atwitter but the last month or so has been pretty good to President Obama: 
1. He received a rock star reception in Ireland and now in England Barack Obama has made history by becoming the fir… Read full post »

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OCTOBER 17, 2010 10:25PM

Business and Rights Groups Are Growing Wary of the Tea Party

As I have said several times, to date, as we get closer to November 2nd, the hurdles that the Tea Party Movement must surmount just keep getting higher and more arduous. Since my last post on the topic two reports have come to the fore that support what I have been… Read full post »

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2010 1:22AM

From Palin to O’Donnell or From Farce to Absurdity

Well now that the last of the “Tea Party” primaries is over, one can only wonder what people on the right were thinking when they voted for Christine O’Donnell in Delaware. Didn’t William F. Buckley, the scion of the post World War II conservative movement lecture the faithfulRead full post »