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Joe is the middle child of the family – and does his best to live up to every negative stereotype associated with such a social stigma.  He seems to have acquired all the negative traits the “experts” associate with middle child syndrome but was denied the positive ones.  Neglected?  That’s him.  Taken for granted?  All the time. 

Famous middle-children include Ted Bundy, Rasputin and Lucretia Borgia.  But then, so was George Washington.  So you never can tell about these things.

Since the whole world is against him, Joe had no choice but to develop an early independent streak.  The first Republican in a long-line of leftists, Joe came of political age in the era of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher.  Besides Reagan, he credits two other people in assisting him in becoming a conservative. 

The first is Bill Buckley, the founder of National Review who made it cool to be conservative.  The second is (hold your breath) James Watt, Reagan’s first – and the all-time greatest – Secretary of the Interior.  Watt’s classic tome, “The Courage of a Conservative,” a volume the Library Journal called a “mean-spirited diatribe larded with erroneous statements,” is now required reading on Joe’s list of important books – surpassed only by P.J. O’Rourke’s “All the Trouble in the World.”   


Clearly the brains of the duo, Joe is on a single-minded quest to spread the gospel of conservatism wherever he goes.  But charity begins at home, so he is anxiously waiting for his nieces to hit those rebellious teen years so he can begin the brainwashing. 

Joe also serves as editor of PoliticalUSA.com, one of the web’s longest running political websites.  His mother made him let his brother write for the site and the rest, as they say, is history.  As an aspiring novelist, Joe is at work on his first volume – a political novel with generous helpings of betrayal, sex and revenge.  But it’s mostly about revenge. 

Before turning to a life of politics, Joe was a stockbroker specializing in emerging high tech companies.  Unfortunately, he got out of the business before the mid-90's market boom and was mired in a NASDAQ of the 700's for just about his entire financial career.  If he had held onto the stocks he owned back then he could have retired a millionaire many years ago.  Keep this in mind when you consider his opinions.  

A former intelligence analyst in the United States Navy, Joe spent the early years of his adult life drinking his way through several backward Asian countries.  In the process he picked up an ex-wife, lots of rattan furniture and several unidentified diseases. 

Joe, the pro-life, anti-gay marriage conservative, is divorced, happily single and doesn’t particularly like children (but he still doesn’t think you should kill them.).

If you're looking for the Canada fishing trip photos, go here.

E-mail him at joe@politicalusa.com


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