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  About two decades ago, WRAL and WTVD ran a story about a young woman, Beverly Jones, who’d donated one of her kidneys to her husband whose kidneys had failed.   Now usually, kidney donors have to be blood relatives

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Senator Kay Hagan ran a strong campaign, but her post-defeat critique of President Obama is weak.   Hagan told McClatchy’s Renee Schoof that Obama hurt Senate Democrats by not trumpeting the economy more loudly: “The president hasn’t used the bully

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There you go again, Governor. “Stepping on toes.”   Some people think leadership is about getting people to work together, or inspiring them to put the common good ahead of self-interest or even, as Harry Truman once said, “persuading people

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A TAPster points out that my blog yesterday about Young Dems didn’t take note that two young Dems (“young” being broadly defined as younger than me) already are making their mark in statewide office.   I wrote that Senator Josh

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Democrats looking to the future should look today to the swearing-in of four new Wake County Commissioners.   They are a large part of why I told the AP’s Bill Barrow that the key to the party’s success in 2016

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