James Carville

Easton Press James Carville books

All's Fair: Love, War and Running for President - James Carville and Mary Matalin - signed first edition -  1994
Take It Back - James Carville and Paul Begala - signed first edition - 2005


James Carville biography

James Carville, born Chester James Carville Jr. on October 25, 1944, is a prominent American political strategist, commentator, and media personality. Known for his colorful personality and sharp political insights, Carville played a key role in shaping the political landscape during the 1990s. Born in Carville, Louisiana, Carville grew up in a politically engaged environment. He earned his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University and later received a Juris Doctor from Louisiana State University Law Center in 1973. After briefly practicing law, Carville became involved in politics, working on various Democratic campaigns in his home state.

Carville rose to national prominence as the lead strategist for Bill Clinton's successful 1992 presidential campaign. His energetic and no-nonsense approach earned him the nickname "The Ragin' Cajun." Carville's famous mantra for the campaign team was "It's the economy, stupid," emphasizing the importance of economic issues in the election. Clinton's victory marked a turning point in American politics, ending 12 years of Republican presidential administrations. Following Clinton's win, Carville continued to be an influential figure in Democratic politics. He provided strategic advice for numerous political campaigns at the national and international levels. His expertise extended beyond political campaigns, and he became a sought-after political commentator and television personality.

Carville's marriage to Mary Matalin, a prominent Republican political consultant, added an intriguing dynamic to his public persona. Despite their divergent political affiliations, the couple has maintained a successful and high-profile marriage, showcasing their ability to transcend political differences on a personal level.

In addition to his political work, Carville has authored several books, including All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President, co-written with Mary Matalin, and Stickin': The Case for Loyalty. His books provide insights into the world of politics, campaigns, and the inner workings of Washington, D.C. Over the years, James Carville has become a fixture in American political discourse, known for his wit, passionate advocacy, and distinctive Louisiana accent. His contributions to shaping political strategies and his presence in the media have made him a recognizable and enduring figure in the realm of American politics.


Take It Back - Our Party, Our Country, Our Future


10. They're so incompetent they couldn't pour pee out of a boot if you wrote the instructions on the heel.

9. They lie like a rug. They lie like a dog. They lie like . . . ummm . . . a dog's rug. We mean, they just lie all the time.

8. They're a pack of crooks.

7. They are unbearably sanctimonious.

6. They have no sense of humor.

5. They're losing the war on terror.

4. They've put our economic future in Beijing's hands.

3. They steal elections.

2. Oh, yeah. They're destroying the planet, too.

1. They suck up to power."

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