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The Home and Hospice Care Association folks are giving State Senator Doug Berger a run for his money. Yesterday they aired a TV ad in his district. Today they put a video on the Internet. (View Ad Below)   In his

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It’s been a rough couple of elections for Republicans, so I can understand how happy today’s news is making Carter (see his blog below).   But how can you blame him?   Just when you thought the John Edwards affair

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Well, even a blind hog finds an acorn now and then; a year ago Republicans couldn’t buy a break and now gifts are falling out of the sky – of all things, Mrs. Easley is going to contest her dismissal

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My guess is hardly anyone reading this blog remembers when the movie Deep Throat came out 37 years ago – but there was an article about it in the paper last Saturday.   Some sleuth has figured out that back

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  That old Watergate adage may dictate the 2010 elections. Democrats – both in Raleigh and Washington – may follow the money straight to big-time mid-term defeats.   Sometimes at the beach, two waves merge together to make a big

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Senator Doug Berger’s blooper is going on television. When Senator Berger passed a bill to cut the home care of 20,000 elderly Medicaid patients, he said he had a study that proved they weren’t eligible for care. Period. Well, it

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No one seems to drive a true-blue liberal up the wall like Dick Cheney;—just about all Cheney has to do is walk into a room and say, Hello. How are you? and folks like columnist Rick Horowitz go wild-eyed and

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What are they serving these days at governor’s conferences and Senate caucuses? Viagra?   Eliot Spitzer, John Edwards, David Vitter, John Ensign and now Mark Sanford.   One story has it that Sanford’s staff merely misunderstood him. They thought he

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Mrs. Easley’s lost her scholastic robes and left the stage at NCSU to a communal sigh of relief;—but there’s an important question left unanswered: Who pulled the strings to get her the job?   After all, when someone robs a

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Some people never seem to learn and Democratic Senator Doug Berger is looking like a case in point.   State Senator Berger, who back in his student days at Chapel Hill signed up for something called the ‘Democratic Socialists of

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