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Sarah Palin Hurts So Good

Her speech was partisan, combative, and snide, and so it’s unclear whether it’ll appeal to swing voters. But it certainly managed to put conservatives at ease with her selection.

By Dan Amira

Giuliani Softens Up Democrats for Powerhouse Palin

Sarah Palin hit it out of the park last night. But the carefully calibrated buildup of last night’s speeches shows Republicans may not have been as confident as they seemed afterward.

By Chris Rovzar

Joe Lieberman Pleases, Confuses

When his speech appealed to independents and Democrats watching at home, it worked. When it just kind of confused the partisan crowd in attendance, it didn’t.

By Dan Amira

Sarah Palin Is Just Full of Surprises

An avalanche of disclosures has led to questions regarding the seriousness with which John McCain vetted his running mate.

By Dan Amira

Obama’s Speech Hated, Too

We’ve ordered our pundits’ reactions to Obama’s speech from, roughly, the most glowing praise to the harshest critiques, to elucidate the vast discrepancies of opinion.

By Dan Amira

Republicans Consider Delaying Convention

For some reason, having George Bush kick off a weeklong party while thousands flee destruction on the Gulf Coast doesn't seem like such a good idea.

By Chris Rovzar