6:38 p.m. Philly time — And there you go, the first woman ever to be nominated for the U.S. presidency by a major political party, as historic a moment in American equality as the 2008 presidential nomination of Barack Obama.
I've never been much of a party guy, but this makes me proud of both America and the Democratic Party.
Update, 10:22 p.m. Philly time:
Crafted to overcome his wife's unwarranted yet very real reputation for coldness and untrustworthiness, Bill's is the warmest, most brilliantly "humanizing" speech I believe I've ever heard.
(In a "change"-election year, the thematic introduction of Hillary as a tireless "change maker" is no oratorical slouching, either.)