Sunday, April 8, 2007

The Daily Dose

The National Mall in the Morning

George Will fisks Fred Thompson's reasons for supporting McCain-Feingold. Meanwhile, Thompson makes his blogging debut at RedState, and National Review Online continues to transcribe his 60-second spots on Paul Harvey's radio show.

Cellphones made us all photographers, and YouTube has made us videographers. Now Arianna Huffington wants to make us all bloggers. Her latest project, lauded by David All, seeks to empower citizen journalists to report, from the campaign trail, on each presidential candidate on a blog dedicated to that candidate.

Details are beginning to trickle out about the 15 British military personnel Iran recently held hostage. According to the Guardian, the U.S. offered to take military action, including buzzing Iranian Revolutionary Guard positions with warplanes.

The Onion mocks the New York Times's list of most e-mailed articles.