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Four Pinocchios

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On June 29, 2014

This is a week old now, but worth mentioning. I normally don’t much care for media rating systems like Politfact, but when the Washington Post decided to aim its guns at Little Tommy Friedman an

Popping that Popcorn

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On March 3, 2013
Greg Mitchell reviews Tom Friedman’s column from 10 years ago yesterday in which the Mustache of Wisdom said, “Watching this Iraq story unfold, all I can say is this: If this were not about my own country, my own kids and my own planet, I’d pop some popcorn, pull up a chair and pay good […]

Broken Clock, Etc.

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On October 28, 2012

My contempt for Tom Friedman is without limit. But he nails this column like Luther and a church door. At least until the point where he brings up Michael Bloomberg. But I’m going to focus on th

Tom Friedman: This whole spy story has the feel of one of those senior tennis tournaments — John McEnroe against Jimmy Connors, long after their primes — or maybe a rematch between Floyd Patterson and Sonny Liston in their 60s. You almost want to avert your eyes. Sonny Liston died (under mysterious circumstances) at the […]

You know what I want

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On March 3, 2010

Or maybe you don’t. Criticizing Tom Friedman columns is like shooting fish in a barrel (btw what does that even mean? I always pictured a barrel full of water with fish swimming around and someb

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