Party Purity 

Shelby’s Democrats have adopted a rigid standard for party loyalty. Can they stick to it?

The most surprising aspect of last week's decision by the Shelby County Democratic Executive Committee to censure several party officials for "disloyalty," i.e., siding with Republicans in electoral situations, was the unanimity of the committee's vote. Not a peep of dissent was…

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