How to Save Newspapers: Make Every Day Elect Obama Day!
The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News are printing extra copies of today's paper. So is the Chicago Sun-Times. And the New York Times. And the Raleigh News & Observer. And—oh, whatever, looks like every daily newspaper in the country is printing extra copies. So when your grandkids ask, "What was it like when Obama got elected?" you can show them something. And when they ask, "What's a newspaper?" you can show them that too.