I thought I'd post my favorite election-time reads...
For blogs, I'm pretty well served by Glenn Greenwald, Andrew Sullivan, the clever people who write obsidian wings, intelligent conservative Ross Douthat, the Becker-Posner Blog, and Nate Silver's fivethirtyeight.com, which serves up excellent poll aggregation and fat loads of charts, graphs and data. Kickass. And, dudes, have you ever read RedState? I leave it to you to comment, but all I can say is that they consider Barack Obama to be the ANTI-CHRIST!!
Plus, all the usuals -- newspapers and main stream news sites along with RealClearPolitics, which is a news and poll aggregator that definitely leans right. I also read The National Review, just to find out what the other guy is thinking, because good arguments are responsive arguments, and I balance it out with The New Republic, The American Prospect, The Nation, TalkingPointsMemo, and AlterNet.
What d'you got? Anything else I should incorporate into my daily diet?