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News flash: There are sane Republicans!   Tommy Thompson, Bill Frist and Michael Bloomberg (sort of a Republican) all say they like the health-care bill emerging in the Senate.   Of course, none of them can vote there.   If

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An alert reader spotted this “Income Opportunities Available” banner on the WakeUp America TV ads about “corrupt Democrats.”     The reader followed the link to: http://www.wakeupamerica.com/income-opportunities.   There he read:   If you are interested in becoming a Team

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In 1993, Tom Fetzer’s election as mayor of Raleigh proved to be a portent of a national Republican tide the next year. Tomorrow’s Wake school board races could be the same for 2010. I haven’t seen any polling. But I

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I got worried when I saw the “corrupt Democrats” ad sponsored by the North Carolina conservative group Wake Up America.  But I felt better once the ad ended.   The ad’s beginning goes right at a real Democratic vulnerability in

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First time candidate for City Council Champ Claris has spoken the tabooed words ‘Don’t build it downtown.’     Since Charles Meeker was elected Mayor (which seems like it was not long after General Sherman marched through Raleigh) Meeker’s been

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Republicans and the media are up in arms because President Obama will go overseas to lobby for the Olympics in Chicago in 2016.    A waste of time, they sniff, when the nation faces so many important issues.   Once

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