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This blog will tilt rightward for the next two weeks, because we’re taking a family vacation to Italy, and I won’t be blogging. I’ve never been to It...

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Campaign finance reform is happening.  Not because of new laws, but because of the Internet. That’s the real story behind Barack Obama’s phenome...

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Incensed, swept away by a wave of spontaneous outrage, Elizabeth Edwards picked up the phone and called Ann Coulter on ‘Hardball’ to give her a piece ...

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Until the voters vote, there are only two ways to keep score in politics: polls and money.  So here’s what the second-quarter fundraising scoreca...

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To honor July 4th, I take issue with Sunday’s front-page story in The News & Observer: “Attacks replace issues; politics turns poisonous.” Excuse...

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The News and Observer  headline – “Executive Privilege Showdown Looming” – may sound boring, but it could be the start of some real fireworks. T...

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Who’d have ever dreamed Hillary Clinton would raise over $50 million – and that Barack Obama would outraise her by almost $5 million. Worse – if you...

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The Bush Presidency was conceived in contempt for the law: a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling that stopped the 2000 vote count while Bush was still ahead.&nbs...

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Here’s good news for Democrats and liberals: the youngest generational cohort is more like us than are older voters. A poll by The New York Times, CB...

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American government, it turns out, is a lot more colorful than I was taught in High School Civics class. Take the stale, old, boring ‘The Separation o...

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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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