Earlier today, I was on Warren Olney‘s radio talk show, To The Point, ahead of Michelle Obama’s speech tonight to talk about the significance of Michelle’s impact on the campaign.

I had a great time talking with Warren. His team was great. Here’s the 411.

Listen to/Watch entire show:

The Curtain Rises on the Democratic National Convention (12:01P)

Barack Obama‘s campaign began with the promise of change from business as usual in Washington. Then came the primaries; now comes the selection of veteran Delaware Senator Joseph Biden. Today, Obama has four days to reverse the slide, which now has him virtually tied with John McCain in what’s supposed to be a Democratic year. This week’s convention could be a lot more important than anybody expected. The delegates are still getting used to Obama’s vice presidential choice, and it’s not certain how many Hillary Clinton supporters are on board. Why Denver? What’s the “western states strategy?” How about the pressure on tonight’s main speaker, Michelle Obama?

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