In which I discuss whether the drop-off in anti-Obama invective following his election is a lasting development--or just a temporary lull.
Also: the case against tightening up, however incrementally, on anti-Obama speech.
When last we left John McCain's running mate, she was accusing the media of violating her First Amendment rights.
Maybe it's the relief of getting to the end of the campaign, but today, Sarah Palin is in a more conciliatory mood today. From her post-voting remarks, via CNN.com's The Ticker:
Asked if she had any regrets about the campaign, Palin bemoaned “the state of journalism today.