The News & Observer, Jan. 21, 2009
WASHINGTON — How do you get front-row seats to history?
Several people with North Carolina ties found their way to the steps of the U.S. Capitol for President Barack Obama’s inauguration Tuesday.
The only people with better seats were members of Congress, former vice presidents and other dignitaries [...]Continue Reading →
For posterity’s sake, I collected a few of the nice things people said about Under the Dome while I was running it.
“It’s the Jon Stewart version of the venerable political column. Political junkies will enjoy Dome, of course, but so will others who don’t care as much about politics as they do about issues, [...]Continue Reading →
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