James C. Moore

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Texas-based Emmy award-winning former national television correspondent and co-author of Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential

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Ronald Reagan's 11th Commandment was "never speak ill of another Republican.” Not all this year's presidential candidates got the message.

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Ronald Reagan's 11th Commandment was "never speak ill of another Republican.” Not all this year's presidential candidates got the message.

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