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Trump is terrifyingly nuts. Have we all agreed on this?

Which is what struck me as I read today’s New York Times breakdown (so to speak) of Trump’s, um, cabinet meeting the other day. (Trump’s cabinet = the worst and the dimmest. Or, in Trumpian tweet-mode: the Worst and the … Continue reading

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The truth about rural America

I’ve long been an admirer of Eduardo Porter, who takes a subtle and unusual angle in writing about economics for the New York Times. In case the phrase “writing about economics” causes you to shrink away from the page, as … Continue reading

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Don’t food shop when hungry. Same if you’re a snail

This little item in yesterday’s Science Times section, “Too-Hungry Snails Can’t Avoid Making Bad Dinner Selections.” I enjoyed it. I think you will, too. Unless you’re reading it while you’re food shopping. If so, it might make you grumpy. And … Continue reading

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