Daily Feed: Logan Airport Fifth Busiest for Thanksgiving

Logan Airport Will Be Fifth-Busiest Throughout Thanksgiving Holiday. At least it won’t be as busy as LAX. [Fox]

All the Pro-Chinese Government News That’s Fit to Print. In recent weeks, “free samples” of the Boston edition of China Daily have been inserted in some copies of the Globe as the Chinese government-produced, English-language daily newspaper seeks to expand its readership in North America. Not because Americans are rushing to newsstands to find out the Chinese point of view — but as a method of polishing its government’s image. “All or most news is positive,” says Aimin Yan, a Boston University business management professor. [Globe]

Long-Gone Jonathan Papelbon Dishes on Leaving Boston for Philadelphia. “We discussed a few other options … my agents called me every day [about] what could possibly happen. One day, I finally told him — I said, ‘I want to play for the Phillies, and let’s make it happen,” Papelbon said at yesterday’s news conference. Two days and $50,000,058 later, and he’s a goner. [Philly.com]

One Carefully Articulated Analysis of Mitt Romney’s Achilles’ Heel. The Nation isn’t pulling punches: “So did Romney, who ran on a promise to improve job growth in Massachusetts, do anything good on that front? No, and he barely even tried.” As Rick Perry put it: Oops. [The Nation]

Massachusetts Gambling Bill Hits the Home Stretch. The compromises have been compromised, the deals have been dealt, and now quite suddenly, a final version of the casino bill is up for vote. If all goes according to plan, the bill for three casinos and a slots parlor in Massachusetts could hit Gov. Deval Patrick’s desk as early as this afternoon. No word yet on our Seaport District proposal or that giant neon cowboy we’re quietly lobbying for. [Patriot Ledger]