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Monday, November 06, 2006

The polls notwithstanding, Karl Rove and President Bush are predicting that Republicans will retain control of both houses of Congress and continue their drive toward a permanent Republican majority. Could they be right? On our next program, Tom Hamburger and Peter Wallsten, authors of One Party Country: The Republican Plan for Dominance in the 21st Century. Also, reaction to the Saddam Hussein verdict; the NYC marathon and the Democratic voter’s dilemma: What to do about Alan Hevesi on Election Day?

Check out listener-submitted Election Day photos in our flickr project Snapshot of Democracy

Monday Morning Politics

Tom Hamburger, investigative reporter covering the White House and the executive branch for the Los Angeles Times,
and
Peter Wallsten, covers the White House for the Los Angeles Times
co-authors of One Party Country: The Republican Plan for Dominance in the 21st Century (Wiley, 2006) ...

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The Verdict is In

Nadia Bilbassy, senior correspondent for Al Arabiya in Washington
and
Kamil Mahdi, lecturer in the Economics of the Middle East in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at Exeter University
- on Iraqi reaction to Saddam Hussein's death sentence

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Hevesi and Chauffeurgate

Christopher Callahan, Republican candidate for New York State Comptroller,
- makes his pitch for election
then Wayne Barrett, senior editor at the Village Voice,
and
Errol Louis, columnist at the New York Daily News
- on what state Democrats and what Democratic voters ...

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Open Phones

participants in Sunday's NYC Marathon call in

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