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This headline on a Wilmington Star-News editorial represents the apex of either naïveté or optimism about politics:   “Misleading ads won’t work if voters are savvy.”

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It’s Tom Fetzer’s job to run around the state sounding alarms. But it’s not the media’s responsibility to salivate every time he rings the bell.   There is no greater example than the Perdue flight flap. In the end, that

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When President Obama stared into the cameras Tuesday night he must have felt more than a tremor of foreboding. Nonetheless, he folded his hands in front of him and marched resolutely into the first minefield and announced we’re pulling out

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Senator Richard Burr’s ad shows he knows he could be vulnerable. Voters don’t know him or what he’s done.   Which supports Elaine Marshall’s case for getting the $10 million she needs from the DSCC to be competitive.   Senate

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A reader called today with an interesting thought spurred by Richard Burr’s ad.   She took issue with his suggestion that all jobs come from the private sector. She pointed out that government contracts with Blackwater, Halliburton, KBR and a

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Remember the furor last year when Governor Perdue announced that dozens of long-term, convicted criminals might get out of prison early because of an issue over “good time”?   Remember how everybody said what a disaster this would be for

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