Tag Archives: Nicholas Kristof

How and where do you get your facts from the news?

We all worry about whether we know enough. And there’s a lot to know. But if you watch Fox for your news, you don’t worry. You’ve got nothing much to worry about. A recent study shows you don’t know much … Continue reading

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“There are nightmares that make more sense than this”*:The GOP versus the EPA

On the front page of the New York Times the other day was the sickening story, “A Trump County Confronts the Administration With a Rash of Childhood Cancers,” by Hiroko Tabuchi.  The county is in Indiana and, as Tabuchi begins: … Continue reading

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Collusion and the Russian character

Last night I earmarked a paragraph in Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win, by Luke Harding, to give you today — because I found it crazily funny and fit into my admittedly prejudicial idea … Continue reading

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