Videos and other stuff worth watching: September 2008 Archives
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Former GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee appears at a youth luncheon Monday at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Minneapolis -- Ryan Kennedy doesn't fit the norm of someone you'd picture walking around a political convention.
He's not a political insider like many here. He's never ran for public office. Some might even call him a political amateur.
But it's Kennedy's vote -- and that of his friends -- that both Barack Obama and John McCain are targeting hard to get: the youth vote.
If there's one thing apparent on how this year's presidential election is being covered, it's that traditional journalists aren't the only ones with a say anymore.
Bruce DuMont -- political talk radio host of "Beyond the Beltway" and founder of the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago -- is one pundit who says the availabilty of news via the Internet has democratized the way these conventions and elections are covered.
The Rocky Mountain News put together this piece to summarize the Democratic National Convention, but also to clarify the city's part in it. Interesting insight from Denverites, politicians and journalists who covered the event.
University of Chicago graduate Nate SIlver has a degree in economics, but a passion in getting to the meaning behind the numbers of baseball ad politics. Silver started his blog, www.fivethirtyeight.com, as a way of scrubbing all manner of polls in a quest to weed through the nonsense and find out what numbers a re trustworthy.