Ticket Tweets on 2010-12-31

  • Reporters: “Drop the mechanical notion of objectivity,…[and] substitute fairness — a harder standard to maintain.” http://politi.co/hpUarQ #
  • @wlhenry Thank you, sir. All the best to you in 2011-2020. :) #
  • @Kleinheider Thanks, man. I feel like I left out a lot (hello, Ophelia). But there is only so much time, and so much reader attention span. #
  • @LeftWingCracker I appreciate the kind words. #
  • @jenciTN Keep us posted. Enjoy your contributions. Here's to a great 2011 of political commentary. #

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A decade in Tennessee politics: Turning a redder shade of purple

The first decade of the twenty-first century is ending, and though there is no rule that says retrospectives must be timed to coincide neatly with flips of pages in man-made calendars, such is, in practice, when they are written. Following is a brief recap of Tennessee politics, from the perspective of one who, in late 2000, was just starting to pay attention. Continue reading

Ticket Tweets on 2010-12-28

  • @TNcitizen I like the handle. #
  • @DWhisenhunt I guess readers will decide 4 themselves, but (respectfully) I don't find substance in the Boyd/Carter story. Appreciate 'cha. #
  • @Kleinheider Quick: cancel my order for "Corker 2016" bumper stickers. #
  • @thismachinekill @DWhisenhunt True. And sometimes those questions lead to something. And other times it's a dead trail. #
  • @Kleinheider Wurd. But it's a moot point, since Judson Phillips is gonna take him out. 😉 #
  • Is the "Tennessee Plan" for electing high-court judges working? Is it political? Is it constitutional? Coming up on TennesseeTicket.com #fb #

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