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Eye Carly

I have this op-ed in Wednesday’s Sacramento Bee discussing, among other things, talk of Carly Fiorina entering the 2016 Republican presidential field. If you’re not from California and unfamiliar with her body of work, Fiorina is the former chair of … Continue reading

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Nancy With The Laughing Denies

The Washington Post has laid out a pretty unflattering look at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi — well, not so much a concern about the gentle lady from San Francisco as it is her mathematic skills (and her ability to … Continue reading

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One Week Remaining — 7 Random Thoughts

With seven days to go until the election, seven random thoughts: 1) Let’s start with this smart column from The Daily Beast re. how Campaign 2014 is a rehash of the culture wars that have divided the nation. It picked … Continue reading

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Perception vs. Reality

Here’s a headline you probably weren’t expecting: “Most Expect GOP Victory In November”. It goes with this week’s poll by Associated Press-GfK which included the following stats: – 55% of likely voters now assuming Republicans will take over the Senate, … Continue reading

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Puppy Love In Arizona

Call it: #WCW . . . Women Candidates Wednesday. Another video: this one an example of how to handle over-the-top attacks with humor and satire. The ad’s for Martha McSally, the GOP challenger to Rep. Ron Barber in Arizona’s 2nd … Continue reading

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2014 Triskaidekaphobia

Ok, so that’s a mighty big word stating at you in the headline. Translated, it means “the fear of the number 13″ — an appropriate topic given that we’re 13 days away from the election, Republicans are feeling bullish about … Continue reading

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Time To Start Thinking Democratic Shake-up?

With two week to go until Election Day, it may be premature to start tap-dancing on a grave. That said, there’s the question of what the Democrats’ next move (or moves) should be if the November vote doesn’t go their … Continue reading

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