Your Shribman fix. Former Boston Globe Washington-bureau chief David Shribman, now the top editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, is writing a political column called "My Point." This week, he made it to his old stomping grounds in New Hampshire in order to size up the Democratic field. He writes:
The size of the field may present the Democrats with difficulty, but it also stands as a symbol of their opportunity: Many Democrats believe that the president is vulnerable and that, as [John] Kerry put it in a conversation the other day, "suddenly this is a nomination worth having."
Click here if you thought Shribman's Tuesday column was one of the best things in the Globe.