As part of my effort to provide interesting and unique content at Obama’s ConI thought it would be worthwhile to interview writers, bloggers, journalists, and others who are covering the 2008 race. I figured it was an useful way to get the informed opinions of the people who cover the race every day.
To kick this off today I spoke with Jennifer Rubin. Click on the link to listen.
Jennifer’s coverage of the 2008 election can be found around the web at outlets like The American Spectator and Human Events, among others, and she also blogs regularly at Commentary Magazine’s Contentions blog. Jennifer graciously agreed to speak with me about the campaign and offer her perspective on how someone as inexperienced as Obama came this far, his perceived weaknesses as a candidate, the role of media bias, the impact of new media, and more. I hope you enjoy our conversation.