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I’m not sure why Donald Trump’s supporters loathe Washington Politicians;—Peggy Noonan says what’s going on is a struggle between people with power (Washington politicians and millionaires) and people without power: That sitting in penthouses and townhomes the powerful have been

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Super Tuesday and Superdelegates are coming through big for Hillary Clinton. For that she owes a big thanks to 1980s Southern Democrats, including Jim Hunt and Terry Sanford. Both “supers” were hatched in the ‘80s by the kind of moderate

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Staunch, vt., to check the flow of (blood, etc.) – Webster’s Republicans in our neighboring swing state of Virginia threw all they had behind Marco Rubio to stop Donald Trump. But there was no Marcomentum on Super Tuesday. Now the

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It will come to this. A 90-minute faceoff that will put Ali-Frazier, Duke-Carolina and all 50 Super Bowls in the shade. Trump has done a lot of debates in this campaign. But every one has been a multi-candidate show. He

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The Washington Post says today, “Donald Trump is well on his way to the 1,237 delegates he needs to be the GOP nominee.” The Super PACs are afraid to take him on. Most of his opponents have fled the field.

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Remember a lifetime ago – actually, last week, after New Hampshire? The Democratic presidential story line was: Hillary’s in trouble. She’s losing young people to Bernie. This could go on a long time. This week, after Nevada, there’s a new

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Since Iowa and New Hampshire, the Democratic story line has been Bernie Sanders’s ability to attract and excite young voters (at least, young white voters) and Hillary’s inability to do so, even among young women. But let’s not get carried

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Here’s a bright-side scenario for Democrats: Because of Justice Scalia’s death and the resulting 4-4 Supreme Court tie. Democrats win big cases like redistricting in NC. Then President Obama nominates a replacement (or a series of them) that Republicans reject,

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Probably sixty-dozen Friends of Bill and Hillary already have weighed in with confusing and conflicting advice about what to do now. So I offer a suggestion with full confidence it will have no impact whatsoever, which will enable me to

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Hillary Clinton has the bad luck to be the Establishment in a bad year for the Establishment. She’s living in the castle just as peasants with pitchforks and torches storm the castle. She took $200,000 speaking fees from Wall Street

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