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Last night, I turned on the television to see what was happening in Joe Lieberman’s Senate race in Connecticut. What I ran into was a pair of talking ...

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Three reasons to say yes:   President Bush on Tuesday, July 25: “Obviously, the violence in Baghdad is still terrible, and therefore there ne...

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National Republicans are learning what North Carolina Democrats have long known about Liddy Dole: empty suit. Senator Dole was the target of front-pa...

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The DemocratsThe Democratic presidential race starts out as two separate elections which take place at the same time during the first Democratic prima...

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Republican prospects in the elections this fall are looking pretty glum. The President’s popularity has fallen, even some Republicans are having doub...

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When George W. Bush – the “compassionate conservative” – became President, the national debt was $5.6 trillion. Today it is $8.3 trillion. That is $...

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Here are two appropriate topics for my Fourth of July post: flag-burning and The New York Times. The two have this in common: They are the Republican...

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I remember Ralph Reed as a baby-faced, holier-than-thou aide to Jesse Helms in the 1984 Hunt-Helms Senate race.  Reed went on to run Pat Robertso...

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Republicans in Washington claim their border-state hearings on illegal immigrants this summer are not a ploy to kill a reform bill. I believe them.&n...

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Close counts in horseshoes, not politics.  But it doesn’t bode well for immigrants. That’s my reading of the special election for Duke Cunningha...

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The Charlotte Observer says: “Carter Wrenn and Gary Pearce don’t see eye-to-eye on many issues. But they both love North Carolina and know its politics inside and out.”
 
Carter is a Republican. 
Gary is a Democrat.
 
They met in 1984, during the epic U.S. Senate battle between Jesse Helms and Jim Hunt. Carter worked for Helms and Gary, for Hunt.
 
Years later, they became friends. They even worked together on some nonpolitical clients.
 
They enjoy talking about politics. So they started this blog in 2005. 
 
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