The Libertarian National Convention manages to pick the strongest presidential ticket in the party's 40-year history, and only takes about an hour to do it.
On the other hand, anarchy breaks out (Reason said it, I didn't) in the nomination and election of a National Chairman, and it takes two days to pick a guy who wasn't running in the first place.
Presidential candidate Gary Johnson then proves his political ability to spin almost anything (certainly a pre-requisite for high office).
And, finally, Reason closes its convention coverage reminding everyone, that--as always (and we are a better party for it), Starchild (one of our newest LNC committee members) is always here . . . .