The North Carolina Democratic Party has just announced that the proposed April 27 presidential debate in North Carolina has been officially cancelled. The star-crossed debate would have been hosted by CBS News–and would have been Katie Couric’s first opportunity to prove herself as a debate moderator on a national stage.
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On Friday, before he got sidetracked, Senator Barack Obama suggested that he might bow out of a proposed April 27 debate in North Carolina to be hosted by CBS News and moderated by Katie Couric and Bob Schieffer, reports the Charlotte Observer.
"In a telephone interview with the Observer to discuss his economic Read More
Get ready, Katie!
After much back and forth, the Clinton campaign has just announced that they have agreed to a CBS-hosted debate in North Carolina, on Sunday, April 27.
We’re hearing from sources that the debate is slotted to run for an hour and a half, immediately following CBS Read More
Contrary to some news reports, North Carolina’s seven uncommitted House Democrats are not ready to endorse Barack Obama, according to the former chair of the state’s Democratic Party.
"I can assure you that that is false," said Tom Hendrickson, the former Democratic official and a Clinton supporter. "I’ve talked to members of Congress. Read More
DR. SELMAN: How have you been?
GEORGE: We had a prior commitment this evening. We just went to a party at Erica Jong’s.
HILLY: We have to admit we had a few drinks.
GEORGE: I had one. Hilly had three.
HILLY: I didn’t have three! I had two large glasses of wine.
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Liz Benjamin says that presidential hopeful Russ Feingold will speak at the Empire State Pride Agenda annual fundraiser on October 5th.
The richest man in America, Bill Gates, has maxed out his contributions to Bill Frist’s political committees. He also gave $2,000 to Sen. George Allen.
That outrageous North Carolina congressional candidate, Read More
While Rudy Giuliani says he is still <a href="unsure about whether to run for president, some of the guests at his appaerances yeterday seem to have made up their minds.
Barry Wynn, the former chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party and the finance chair of President Bush’s re-election campaign, said yesterday that Read More
Last week at the contemporary photography gallery at Christie’s, an Elizabeth Montgomery look-alike named Silda Wall took the podium before a polished mix of lawyers, Wall Streeters and politicos. She wore a crisp cream-colored shift and slingbacks, and her honey-brown hair was set in a perfect Samantha flip.
Meanwhile, her husband—ruddy-cheeked, handsome and working Read More
I fell for Lindsey Graham during the Impeachment hearings back in ’98 when he was still a Congressman. I used to talk to him after the hearings. The things I love about him are: he’s independent-minded, incredibly gifted politically, and he has the common touch. He’s a populist with a soft way about him, till Read More
Listen, I despise George Bush as much as you do. I think he should be impeached for incompetence & his contempt for the consequences of his actions in Iraq is evil… And yet—I confess I always like him, in spite of myself. Here he is taking on a hostile questioner at a town hall Read More