I am quite over thinking I will get information from the candidate debates and even from NPR's morning edition. The candidates are allowed to go free-range and give stock answers without follow-up questions or an investigation into specifics. Media outlets--even my beloved NPR--are highly focused on interviewing the "undecided" and let the "undecideds" spout off whatever half-considered answer they have about the election issues or candidates. I think I will scream if I hear one more person interviewed on NPR who says I am "scared" of Obama. What the heck does that mean? I'm looking for information about the financial crisis, about specifics of the candidate's economic and tax plans. I have found great information on the Brian Lehrer Show, 60 Minutes, and This American Life (a really great episode about the economy). Where are you getting information rather than sound bites or expressions of outrage?