In which I discuss the Boston Haitian Reporter's savvy journalistic handling of the Haiti quake and its aftermath.
Please take a look--and also be sure to check out my colleague David Bernstein's sharp analysis of how Scott Brown became a US Senator.
For months now, my colleague David Bernstein has been assuring me that Barack Obama's going to win the presidency by a wide margin tomorrow. But no matter what he says--and despite how promising the polls currently look--I can't help expecting the worst.
Sound familiar? If so, please join me in a little exercise.
Here's the "Breaking News" update currently topping Reuters.com: "McCain says will suspend campaign to return to Washington Thursday to help with bailout negotiations, asks that Friday debate with Obama be postponed so bailout negotiations can continue."
And here, linking to Reuters, is how Time's Mark Halperin describes the same development: "McCain suspends campaign, wants debate postponed."
Now that my colleague David Bernstein is done rocking Denver, I'm heading to my native city of St. Paul to monitor the GOP's proceedings.
Hence, a query for readers: are there any RNC subplots you'd especially like covered? If so, please post a comment letting me know, and I'll do what I can. Thanks.