Blogs? Fox News? Karl Rove? Lee High graduate David Wessel (pictured)—now the deputy chief of the Wall Street Journal’s D.C. bureau—returned to his New Haven hometown Tuesday afternoon to say he’s not scared of those threats to the future of mainstream corporate papers like his. Well, not too scared.Wessel delivered a talk at the Yale School of Management entitled, “Can Newspaper Journalism Survive Blogs, Fox News, and Karl Rove?” His answer: Pretty much yes, at least in some form.