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I keep thinking sooner or later it will turn out there’s nothing to one of these scandals involving Mike Easley – but he’s back in hot water.   According to the News and Observer here’s the prelude to Easley getting

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I keep thinking sooner or later it will turn out there’s nothing to one of these scandals involving Mike Easley – but he’s back in hot water.   According to the News and Observer here’s the prelude to Easley getting

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You know, I thought all this foo-fah over in Copenhagen was about the ice caps melting – but I was dead wrong.   Now there’s not much doubt with every bone in his Ivy League educated body President Obama sincerely

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A fellow’d rather be wrestling a swamp full of alligators than to be in the new School Board Chairman Ron Margiotta’s shoes. The board’s only met twice and Margiotta’s already been ripped and torn by our local up in arms,

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Young Cal Cunningham seems to have a future in politics or, rather, he may be a real politician – example his latest email; he urgently writes:   “I can’t believe it. This morning Senator Richard Burr voted against funding our

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I’m going to take a few days off from blogging to enjoy Christmas with my family at Nags Head. Along with our two dogs, my 90-year-old mother-in-law, visits with my mother and my new stepfather and my 106-year-old grandmother (that’s

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I guess no one in Raleigh has spent more time pouring over a the lore of North Carolina politics than Rob Christensen and if you want to read the best stories about our politicians’ foibles go to the bookstore and

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Down at the Charlotte Observer they’re lamenting – editorially – about the state using no bid contracts to buy $200,000 in equipment from Senate Democratic Leader Tony Rand’s company. (They also point out Governor Perdue, former Governor Easley, the former

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It turns out the eminence grise behind the $30 million no-bid contract to Prodigy Corporation (whose owners – Ramzi Abuldhai and Rich Admanj – were found guilty of patent stealing, went bankrupt and then were accused of transferring millions out

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President Obama and the Democrats are doing a better job ramming health-care reform through the Senate than explaining it.   They should try this message: 31 million.   That’s the number of uninsured Americans who will get health insurance over

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