My coverage of the Ann Arbor mayoral race has been a hot topic around town for the last few weeks — ever since I shadowed the candidate pictured here and wrote a story that held her accountable for sharing false campaign messages with voters. I received a pat on the back on Friday from Andrew Sullivan of The Atlantic. "The headline says it all," Sullivan wrote. "No MSM-style equivocation — but a clear factual statement that a candidate has been lying, complete with evidence of her fabrications. Why can't the NYT do this?" It's not every day you have someone as nationally respected as Andrew Sullivan telling you the New York Times could take notes from you.