Steven Benen has the round-up.
Brooke Gladstone at NPR still has one: "They got in the way of the story because they made themsevles the story."
The media giant has deemed to be inappropriate a series portraits of U.S. soldiers back from Iraq which were supposed to greet GOP conventioneers in Minnesota next week.
During Obama's speech.
Times: "The choice caught Republicans by surprise, and - as designed by Mr. McCain's advisers - eclipsed Mr. Obama's acceptance speech that he had delivered the night before."
Obviously, that's what the McCain camp would like. But should the Times make the independent declaration that Obama's historic speech, viewed by nearly 40 million people, has been "eclipsed." We don't think so.
Marty Kaplan at HuffPost on Noonan's MSNBC rhetoric this morning. (FYI, her crack had Scarborough in stitches.)
"Analysis: Palin's age, inexperience rival Obama's"
Can't say Fournier's not loyal.
His WaPo column today is filled with GOP talking points about stadium columns and lots of Greek puns, all of which reflected the Beltway media buzz from Thursday afternoon; media buzz that was completely washed away by Obama's speech last night. But there's Milbank this morning, hauling it around like day-old produce.
Inside the press box.