A link on the "liberal media"–very much worth a read.
This also sounds like a rewarding (and strangely familiar) activity (via Leiter Reports):
Carlos Mariscal, a graduate student at Duke, wrote last Friday:
While I was watching the convention this week (and last week as well, actually), it astounded me at how often the speakers would resort to obvious logical fallacies. I counted five false dichotomies and four straw men within the Sarah Palin speech alone. As a result, I've decided to throw a 'Spot the Logical Fallacy' party during the first debate September 26. It occurs to me that this would be a good way of showing the use of philosophical training and a fun way to reach out to the community. So, I'd like to throw the idea out to the Internet in the hopes that a few philosophy departments, clubs, or meet up groups will also decide to throw parties of their own.
It should be a busy and festive event, given the relative role of rhetoric vs. logic in political debates!