Political Peace, Not War 

That’s how a Democratic Memphis council member recommends dealing with Republicans.

This month's election had bittersweet results for Tennessee's Democrats. You were happy that President Obama was reelected and happy that the U.S. Senate remained under Democratic control, but in our home state, we were left to deal with a different kettle of…

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