Protests near Landmark Center sent the delegates to their buses. But a more typical ‘convention vibe’ arrived downtown at the same time.
Archives for September 3, 2008
A map shows the hometowns of some of those arrested in St. Paul protests on Monday and Tuesday.
A couple of Republican commentators went off script when talking about the Palin pick, after concluding an appearance on MSNBC.
A news release from the people in charge of the police today appears to suggest that the police aren’t going to waste much time this week trying to determine who’s a real journalist, and who are the posers.
Two stories out today paint a picture of how well embedded police sources were in the groups that had promised to shut down the Republican National Convention.
Candidates say the media shouldn’t focus on their children. Then they make them part of photo ops.
Two area bloggers capture the scene of two protests.
Given the way Republicans embraced 9/11 and the stories of heroism at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York, it was mildly surprising that they wouldn’t do the same with the stories of the Minneapolis bridge collapse.
A look back at a politically wounded pick for vice president.
Republicans are trying to show that John McCain is an in-charge guy. So why wasn’t he allowed to pick the VP candidate he wanted?
After two days of protests, the term takes on a new meaning.