Dane Strother

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Democratic consultant with Strother Duffy Strother, a Democratic media firm based in Washington, DC; former political reporter

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This week's  tragedy at Virginia Tech  and a  decision by the US Supreme Court  have revived debate on the right to bear arms and a woman's right to abortion.  Based on public opinion,…

Guns, Abortion and Political Realities

This week's tragedy at Virginia Tech and a decision by the US Supreme Court have revived debate on the right to bear arms and a woman's right to abortion.  Based on public opinion,…

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Former Senator  John Edwards  says he’s not worried that  Hillary Clinton  and  Barack Obama  are getting all the attention, but New Mexico Governor  Bill Richardson 's frustrated…

Can the Turtles Catch Up with the Hares?

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