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The New York Times, conservative pundits are arguing, duplicitously helped John McCain win Republican primaries then cut him off at the knees once he had the nomination all but sewed up. They say The Times endorsed McCain in the New

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Ann Coulter says – given their stands on issues – she might as well vote for Hillary as John McCain. Rush Limbaugh says he thinks we’re out of luck this election – there is no conservative choice. And Laura Ingram

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Here’s an unusual political twist: Ten weeks before the Democratic primary the North Carolina State Employees Association, a politically powerful, mostly-Democratic group spent $30,000 on a newspaper ads attacking State Treasurer Richard Moore – a Democratic candidate for Governor. SEANC

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The debate on Raleigh’s City Council’s to stop people inside the beltline from tearing down older homes and building new ones has turned a bit goofy. For instance, consider the latest broadside from Mayor Meeker’s close ally and amigo Roger

Posted in: General, Raleigh
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Hillary Clinton did not turn the tide in Thursday night’s debate. Bill Clinton says she has to win both Texas and Ohio to win the nomination. Her campaign advisers are divided. Her spending and strategy are being criticized. So here

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John McCain has enjoyed laudatory Mainstream Media coverage for so long it’s understandable he’s mad at The New York Times. The Times finally broke a story – which apparently has been an open secret among insiders for two months –

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Last election Raleigh Mayor Charles Meeker and Rodger Koopman and Nancy McFarlane pummeled their opponents in North Raleigh for being cozy with developers. They said mushrooming growth was out of hand, the developer-villains were out of hand, and Council members

Posted in: General, Raleigh
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The Clinton campaign may not be dead, but it’s on life support. She could change the momentum by winning Texas and Ohio in two weeks. But it’s hard to change the delegate math. She would have to win 70 percent

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People from Charlotte are obsessed with the so-called Charlotte Curse: the repeated failures of Charlotte mayors to be elected to statewide office: Eddie Knox, Harvey Gantt, Sue Myrick and Richard Vinroot. There is no curse – at least among voters.

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Richard Moore’s ad strategy doesn’t add up. Last week, his campaign pulled their ads off the air – after one public poll showed Beverly Perdue increasing her lead. The Moore campaign said the ads were pulled because the presidential campaign

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