Navigating The Blogosphere This Election Season This week, the Web has lit up with reports and rumors about Republican vice presidential pick Sarah Palin's family. But how can you separate fact from biased fiction online? NPR's Tony Cox talks with a special group of bloggers: Shay Riley, Richard Ivory, and Lenny McAllister.
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Navigating The Blogosphere This Election Season

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Navigating The Blogosphere This Election Season

Navigating The Blogosphere This Election Season

Navigating The Blogosphere This Election Season

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This week, the Web has lit up with reports and rumors about Republican vice presidential pick Sarah Palin's family. But how can you separate fact from biased fiction online?

NPR's Tony Cox discusses that and the latest on the Republican National Convention with a special group of bloggers: Shay Riley of Booker Rising, Richard Ivory of Hip Hop Republican, and Lenny McAllister of the Charlotte, N.C., morning show Fox News Rising.