An interesting endorsement for Obama today. Pelosi’s BFF George Miller, a fellow Californian who chairs the House Education and Labor Committee, announced today he’s endorsing Obama .
Pelosi has so far stayed out of the race. But when her top advisor who also happens to be a famous champion of women politicians endorses Obama, does it …
There’s a major, old-fashioned U.S. offensive taking place in Diyala province, north of Baghdad. Phillip Carter has an excellent account of the operation. But the most troubling aspect of the offensive was reported in the NY Times yesterday:
Because at least half the insurgents escaped before an offensive last June, American planners
Some strange developments today:
On the Republican side, Mitt Romney’s transparently hilarious campaign continues. When he lost Iowa, he arrived in New Hampshire aping the Iowa Democratic winner’s–Obama’s–message: change. Now he arrives in Michigan, aping the New Hampshire Democratic winner’s–Clinton’s– message:
“We’re going to
The day after her New Hampshire win, I talked to Hillary Clinton about what she is learning–about the electorate, the media and herself–and about the hunch she and her husband had that maybe she would surprise everyone on election night. Here’s the link.
At TIME.com, we just posted this look at an unsung hero of Hillary Clinton’s triumph last night over the polls and the pundits–and how he did it.
Your humble correspondent. There’s always more.
A correction and an apology for last night’s “Hillary lost” post. It’s not the dumbest thing I did last night, but it’s the most public.
A bedraggled press corps is gathered in the lobby of the Crowne Plaza, reading the stories we filed a couple of hours ago.
Here’s mine (on McCain). And the other one (on Romney).
Now we’re getting on a plane, headed to Michigan and the next chapter.