As a historian, I don't really have an opportunity to sell out by using my professional positions to provide expert testimony for Wall Street. But I wonder what that would.
I thought this Laura Seay piece lambasting English language coverage of Mali pretty outstanding. I know nothing about Mali and thus haven't commented on it except to express sadness at.
Nic Kristof. Evidently Kristof is only interested in poverty if he can personally fly in and rescue women from sex slavery. Otherwise, he's happy to channel the arguments of Gilded.
Luke Russert, who replaces John Podhoretz as the most unqualified beneficiary of nepotism in American life today, actually told Nancy Pelosi in a press conference that she was too old.
Well, there's probably a lot of media low points. But at least twice, John King (URI grad as is, oddly, Christiane Amanpour) tried to delegitimize Obama's victory by switching from.
So I get my weekly e-mail update from The New Republic today. The top two featured articles are: 1. Laura Bennett watches an episode of Girls and reads a Tumblr,.
Charles Lane pretends to care about the children in public schools which he would never send his kids.