Liveblogging the First Presidential Debate!

I know I said I wouldn’t drop the post until 8:30, but I’m getting restless, and figured I could ramble on through the online internet pregame show as well (oh why not?).  Go ahead and hit the jump to see how this all works! First and foremost, I’ll be watching this via cnn’s live...

Obama Set To Have A Good Night

CNN’s reporting directly after the polls closed in Mississippi is a little curious.  Usually you have one of two things; either the exit polls are so grossly skewed that the major networks project a winner based on exits alone, or they aren’t, and the networks sit on the exits for the most part...

Mississippi, It’s Your Turn!

Today, Democrats in Mississippi head to the polls to choose whom they believe would best be suited to represent the party in the General Election against Republican John McCain. Most polls have Obama out in front with a strong lead comfortably tucked in the double digit range.  There is, however, cause for...

Moment Of Silence

Before we recommence our usual discussion on politics for the day, I just wanted to offer a quick moment of silence. Last night, as some voters were heading to the polls to select their party’s nominee, tornadoes ripped through Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Arkansas, leaving at least...