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The other night I landed on Congressman Brad Miller’s website and down the right side of the page saw a dozen blogs Brad recommends people read. I clicked on one and landed on a page with an ad of two

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North Carolina Republicans have an asset this year Democrats don’t have: Tom Fetzer.   Fetzer is travelling around the state like a heat-seeking missile. His attacks on Governor Perdue make headlines week after week.   Democratic Chair David Young is

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Yesterday I wrote about how one of my Republican friend’s is convinced to pay for Obamacare the Democrats are going to slash Medicare $500 billion – by kicking old people off their respirators; then, the next morning, I opened the

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The other day a friend sent me an article saying Obamacare cut Medicare $500 billion. I wrote back and asked, Exactly what Medicare treatments for patients did Obama cut?   Back came another email with an article attached written by

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There’s a lot of free-floating anger in America today. We saw it throughout the health-care debate. And Republicans are counting on it to fuel big election wins in November.   It’s mostly on the right side of the spectrum. I

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Back on Election Night in the euphoria of just being elected North Carolina’s first woman Governor Beverly Perdue told reporters a new day was dawning in state government and the one thing she wasn’t going to tolerate was even a

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A couple of months ago the Supreme Court decided corporations – like people who talk and breathe and walk around on two legs – have an inalienable right to free speech, including the right to criticize politicians they don’t like

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The Democratic primary for U.S. Senate here demonstrates why TV ads are important and valuable in politics, despite all the criticism they get.   Outside of the campaigns and the insiders, there is little energy and interest in the campaign.

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