Posts Tagged ‘ Austin ’

History In Six Minutes

  One of the defining periods in this nation’s early history is the second decade of the 19th century. This era saw the demise of the Federalist Party, increased warfare between American settlers and Indian nations, and the seeds of this country’s hemispheric dominance which, by the turn of the century, would be total...
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Making Waves In The Tarheel State (Our 2010 Congressional Spotlight Continues)

Making Waves In The Tarheel State (Our 2010 Congressional Spotlight Continues)

Our election series proceeds today with a focus on the North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District, currently represented by Congressman David Price. Rep. Price was first elected to represent this district in 1986, and served until his eventual defeat by a weak Republican candidate carried into office on the wave of the Republican Revolution in...
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