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Politics is odd but Elizabeth Dole must feel the world turned upside down in the three weeks after the election. The Sunday before the election she wa...

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I’m singing one of my favorite songs again: Winning campaigns spend money on media, not turnout.  And I have judicial proof in this year’s electi...

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A recent story in The New York Times asked: “Is the South Truly a Dead Zone for Democrats?” You’d have to be politically brain dead to believe that. ...

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Will Democrat-turned-Republican Congressman Walter Jones turn back to the party of his father? That’s the rumor in Raleigh this week. Jones was a De...

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The war between James Carville and Howard Dean reflects a long-running divide inside the Democratic Party.  I suspect Republicans suffer it, too....

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Now that House Democrats saved Nancy Pelosi from the self-inflicted wound of John Murtha, it’s time to take up real ethics reform. Nobody has made th...

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I hereby declare a Democratic victory in the much-hyped Pelosi/Murtha affair.   Here’s why:   Pelosi stuck by Murtha because he helped...

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Nancy Pelosi got off to a good start after Election Day.  But she’s about to blow it.  Here is hoping the Democratic caucus saves her from h...

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The talk-show blowhards want to know if Republicans and Democrats can work together in Washington.  I want to know if Democrats can work together...

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Why not get out of Iraq now?  Immediately.  No phased withdrawal.  No graceful exit.  No fig-leaf of victory. Here’s the first ar...

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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.”
 
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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.
 
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