Hey, some of favorite political commentary is from Chris Nolan.
For the most part, she focuses on local San Francisco politics, which is pretty good, since I'm deciding who to vote for next week.
(I know who I'll vote for when it comes to City DA, not sure about mayor, and I gotta fill out the absentee ballot by Thursday latest.)
I just checked, and she's got a really good column today about Dean winning the Democratic nomination for President.
That’s why Howard Dean’s effective and is welcome. He's saying someting new, something attractive, telling people something they haven’t heard in a long time: that he shares their own frustration with a culture that’s run by a small group of people on the Left and the Right who don’t care much for anything else besides the sound of their own voices. What Dean says may not be the truth – it rarely is in politics, and let’s be clear, Howard Dean is a smart and savvy politician – but it’s as close to honesty as you’re likely to see on national television these days.