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November 20, 2002
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Why was Paul Wellstone the “Conscience of the Senate,” and not Jesse Helms?

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November 15, 2002
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Bush = JFK Michael Barone, that most accurate and perceptive of the pundits, finally realizes what I saw months ago.

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November 14, 2002
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The Democrats have just made a major blunder in the 2004 presidential race by announcing that they’ll hold their national convention on July 26 in Boston. The GOP will be holding its convention in the first week of September. I could go on endlessly about why this helps the GOP, but here are four...

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November 7, 2002
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Ok. It’s now time to focus on the consequences of the GOP victory. I’ll do the obvious stuff first, that will play out in the next few weeks and months. Democrats in congress will now fight a bloody civil war within their ranks between those who say they need to move to the center...

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November 6, 2002
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A perfect anguished headline from the Liberal media:“Voters Set Republicans Loose on the World” – The Village Voice

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November 6, 2002
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It’s 1 AM now and I’m absolutely giddy at the election results. Republicans have taken back the Senate and gained seats in the House. The networks refuse to call the Minnesota and South Dakota Senate races; but I’m calling them now. Republicans will take both seats by recount-proof margins. In addition, Louisiana Senator Mary...

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November 4, 2002
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In case you haven’t heard, the mid-term elections are tomorrow. All the pundits are predicting a 50-50 photo-finish election about nothing. I’m going to go out on a limb here and predict that Republicans will take back the Senate and gain seats in the House. For Republicans, this would be a tremendous historic achievement....

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September 5, 2002
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See if you can figure out who I’m talking about here: After winning an exhausting global war, America experiences an eight year period of peace and prosperity. While one party controls congress and the white house for two years, control is split for the next six. Despite (because?) of the gridlock in Washington, the...

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