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Here’s what I gleaned from two days of catching up with the news of the past two weeks:   John Edwards got indicted. And promptly dug himself a deeper hole by jumping in front of the cameras.   The aptly

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Probably nobody ever cares what you did on your vacation. But here it is anyway.   We spent a week in Paris and saw most everything, including Notre Dame, the Louvre, Shakespeare & Co. bookstore, the Marais, the French military

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Lobbyist turned Cabinet Secretary (and No-Bid-Contract-Awarder) Lanier Cansler has landed himself back in court. Sued for the third time.   What’s got Cansler in a mess this time is his predilection for nursing homes – he seems to be about

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The Democrat head of the State Board of Education has gotten himself worked up into such a state about the Republican budget and the Republicans ruining public schools he’s one step from either bursting an artery or starting a riot.

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Talk about a fellow coming up a day late and a dollar short.   Sunday there was a picture in the newspaper of John Edwards standing beside his ‘P.R. specialist’ in front of the courthouse where he’d just been indicted.

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Speaker Thom Tillis slipped up and left a microphone on during a ‘behind closed doors’ Republican Caucus, so every word  he said was beamed straight into the press room at the General Assembly where reporters listened agog to the leaders

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The country’s in a muddle and here’s how we got in this mess: The Wall Street Masters of the Universe cross-pollinated with the Washington Politicians and gave birth to the ‘Housing Bubble’ – which burst.   As the economy sank

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