Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Two smart articles by Byron York you should read

Byron York is the Chief Political Correspondent for the Washington Examiner, and has been traveling in person to many of the key Republican presidential debates and rallies - Iowa, South Carolina, and even our CPAC Florida/Presidency 5 events in Florida last month. 

In my opinion, the fact that York has made the effort to be physically present at these events and spent a substantial amount of time talking to us scruffy grassroots folks - you know, the actual voters - has added a depth to his reporting. Too often, journalists report on voting trends and the "mood of the electorate" based solely on reading reports from pollsters or observing at a distance.

Here's two recent articles by York that I recommend you read:

Washington Examiner | York: Cain's 9-9-9 plan sounds good; will it work?

Catch up on York's latest columns here.

1 comment:

  1. How can one be unhappy with the field when Herman Cain is grazing out there? I'm happy.


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