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CNN has hired a pro-Trump commentator who calls CNN "fake news," because CNN's editorial standards are badly broken:
CNN just hired another pro-Trump pundit who has called CNN fake news...because CNN:
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Ed Martin called CNN fake news and said they are not credible -- so naturally they hired him:
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Op-Ed Contributor: A Challenge, and a Chance, for Liberalism in Indonesia
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Ed Manfredonia cleared by ADLof false charge of anti-Semitism, made by Gary Weiss a CJR…
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As a net negative contributor the EU can swivel They'll miss the handouts and bailouts. They'll go bust.
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Op-Ed Contributor A Poll Tax by Another Name Long waits at polling places disparately impact poor and m...
Op-Ed Contributor: Australia’s Addiction to Coal - The country’s politicians say they want to reduce greenhouse...
Op-Ed Contributor: The Meaning of Bob Dylan’s Silence: Intentionally or not, he is showing us the true spirit...
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For 16 yrs "Kootenay" Bill has turned a blind eye to the poisoning of the Elk River. Wonder why?
Op-Ed Contributor: Britain, Better-off Out of Europe: As a referendum on membership looms, support for “Brexit...
Sen. Warren calls out Obama for not being tougher on corporations
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Op-Ed Contributor: Ending the Refugee Deadlock: A so-called matching system would avoid forcing E.U. members t...
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[NYT OpEd] Op-Ed Contributor: Tunisia Is the Exception, Not the Model: What is to be done with Islamists? A re...
Op-Ed Contributor: The Myth Of High- Protein Diets: Sugar isn’t the only villain. The hazards of meat are unde...
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Op-Ed Contributor: A Life Without Papers: I was so close to a break from the constant fear of deportation.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Against ISIS, Try Patience: We should remember that the threat posed to us by radi...
Op-Ed Contributor: Are You Really Allergic to Antibiotics?: There are serious consequences to limiting the dru...
Op-Ed Contributor: Conservatives in Name Only: Apocalyptic rhetoric and tactics don’t serve the Republican cause.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Who Will Stand Up for the Christians?: People are getting killed because of their beliefs. Jews have a duty to speak up.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Trouble With Brain Science: It’s not just that we lack answers. We don’t even agree on ...
Op-Ed Contributor: A Palestinian Mother’s Fear in East Jerusalem: In my neighborhood, our children ar...
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Op-Ed Contributor: A Tortured Policy Toward Russia: The U.S. has to stop making threats that it can’t carry out.
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▪ Op-Ed Contributor: A Grizzly Answer for Obesity: Hibernating bears go diabetic. Unlike humans, they ...
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Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Trash Colombia’s Democracy: For political reasons, and under an absurd pretext, one m...
Op-Ed Contributor: Follow Me, Follow My Mom: Once, my mother thought I was oversharing by putting...
Op-Ed Contributor: Don't Get in Bed With Assad - Rebuilding bridges with Mr. Assad, the reasoning...
Op-Ed Contributor: Pakistan’s Persecuted Christians - Besides the 750 graduating students and more than 2,000...
Op-Ed Contributor: How to Overhaul the Gas Tax - The Highway Trust Fund depends on federal fuel taxes for its...
Op-Ed Contributor: Life on the Edge: We are on the cusp of the year, where the past and future intersect.
Op-Ed Contributor: Having a Servant Is Not a Right - India is furious that the diplomat, Devyani Khobragade, was...
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Op-Ed Contributor: Life Under Russia’s *** Propaganda’ Ban: There have been only a few prosecutions, but the ...
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.op-ed contributor: Given his blood-soaked legacy, why does Mao continue to hold a spell over much of China?
Op-Ed Contributor: The Mismeasure of Poverty: Lowering poverty means both recognizing the...
Op-Ed Contributor: Is Angela Merkel Too Boring for Germany?: Is Angela Merkel, who has succeeded through an ir...
Op-Ed Contributor: Let the Poor Have Fun: Don’t underestimate the power of entertainment to transform developi...
Search SUBSCRIBELOG INOpinion OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR How to Fall in Love With Math By MANIL SURI September 15, 2013 BALTIMORE — EACH time I hear someone say, “Do the math,” I grit my teeth. Invariably a reference to something mundane like addition or multiplication, the phrase reinforces how little awareness there is about the breadth and scope of the subject, how so many people identify mathematics with just one element: arithmetic. Imagine, if you will, using, “Do the lit” as an exhortation to spell correctly.As a mathematician, I can attest that my field is really about ideas above anything else. Ideas that inform our existence, that permeate our universe and beyond, that can surprise and enthrall. Perhaps the most intriguing of these is the way infinity is harnessed to deal with the finite, in everything from fractals to calculus. Just reflect on the infinite range of decimal numbers — a wonder product offered by mathematics to satisfy any measurement need, down to an arbitrary number of digits ...
Democrats Are Winning Because Americans Are Lazy By Rachel Alexander | CP Op-Ed Contributor Americans appear to have begun entering a more conservative phase, reflected in part by the popularity of the family-oriented, God-loving TV show Duck Dynasty. Although it is not a big expensive production, just a reality show, it has become the second most popular show on cable TV. Yet this isn't translating into changes in Americans' politics or their government. Americans are still voting for Democrats, accepting socially liberal positions and expanding government. The reason is simple. Liberalism self-perpetuates itself if left unchecked because people are lazy. This is due to the nature of government. It is difficult to feel the effects of incrementally raising taxes and increasing spending across the board. The average American now owes $52,878.60 in federal debt. If each American was forced to pay their share of the debt now, you can guarantee the vast majority would start voting for Republicans. Government ...
Op-Ed Contributor: Red Lines, Allies and Enemies - . Credibility is a prized word in international...
Op-Ed Contributor: Justice for Kenya - As the world reels from atrocities committed in Syria and Egypt, it may be...
The New York Times shared the following link and had this to say about it: Op-Ed contributor Kathleen D. Vohs gives you the excuse you need to leave everything messy. inspiration? Make a mess.
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Suriye de savaşın sonlanmasına katkı sağlıyan ve Putin'e belki de Nobel ödülü sağlıyacak olan konuşma metninin tamamı. Katılmamak mümkün değil. OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR A Plea for Caution From Russia • By VLADIMIR V. PUTIN September 11, 2013 MOSCOW — RECENT events surrounding Syria have prompted me to speak directly to the American people and their political leaders. It is important to do so at a time of insufficient communication between our societies. Relations between us have passed through different stages. We stood against each other during the cold war. But we were also allies once, and defeated the Nazis together. The universal international organization — the United Nations — was then established to prevent such devastation from ever happening again. The United Nations’ founders understood that decisions affecting war and peace should happen only by consensus, and with America’s consent the veto by Security Council permanent members was enshrined in the United Nations Charter ...
Op-Ed Contributor: Justice for - As da world reels from atrocities...
Op-Ed Contributor: Overpopulation Is Not the Problem: There really is no such thing as a human carrying capaci...
Hmm. Thought their new op ed contributor, Russian President Putin, might have given them a heads up. !
Op-Ed Contributor: A Syrian’s Cry for Help: A half-hearted intervention will not stop Assad’s...
Oxbridge News: Op-Ed Contributor: Syria Is Not Kosovo: ...scholar in residence at the Rothermere American Institute at Oxford University.
Op-Ed Contributor: My Job Isn’t So Bad: I can’t help hoping at least one of my sons comes back to the family b...
Op-Ed Contributor: Headstone for an Apocalypse: Just across the river from New York City, the looming cliffs o...
Op-Ed Contributor: Democracy in Egypt Can Wait: The United States should back off from its zealous promotion o...
Da Islamic Republic has a new presdint: He smiles an' pledges soothyun' moderashun. Da jadet…
Op-Ed Contributor: For Women, a Second Sentence - In my short time...
Op-Ed Contributor: Da Trauma of Colonialism - Independence days are important...
Op-Ed Contributor: From Maoist Criminal to Popular Hero?: Officials hope the trial of Bo Xilai ...
Op-Ed Contributor: A Sad Sequence of Collisions: Many American presidents and vice presidents have been pro...
Bill Kostroun/Associated Press While Roger Goodell is the most powerful commissioner in American sports, he is ultimately answerable to the owners of 32 teams. By JUDY BATTISTA When Roger Goodell became the commissioner of the National Football League in 2006, he made protecting certain aspects of the sport’s good name his consuming aim. He was concerned with the fan experience at stadiums as well as the behavior of players in bars. Goodell wanted a league populated by upstanding citizens who provided captivating entertainment while, not incidentally, generating great business, too. Related On Pro Football: Absurd Ending Fuels Disgust With Replacement Refs (September 26, 2012) The Fifth Down: N.F.L. Supports Decision Not to Overturn Winning Touchdown (September 25, 2012) The Biggest Controversy, but Far From the First (September 26, 2012) Some Bettors Get Relief on Game Decided by Botched Call (September 26, 2012) Related in Opinion Op-Ed Contributor: Goodbye, Mr. Goodell (September 26, 2012) Small Piec ...
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6,000 Bullets! NYTimes Editorial 6,000 Bullets! NYTimes Published: July 23, 2012 With the ease of downloading a song, anyone with a computer and a credit card can order thousands of bullets and shotgun shells on the Internet, along with tear-gas canisters and speed loaders. They can get the same high-capacity ammunition clips that infantry soldiers use. They can even get bulletproof vests and SWAT helmets. All without fear of a single background check. Related in OpinionRoom for Debate: Where Is the Leadership on Gun Control? (July 23, 2012) Op-Ed Contributor: We’ve Seen This Movie Before (July 21, 2012) No one is paying attention to whether buyers have criminal histories or mental-health records. No one is monitoring bulk sales of ammunition to see who might be building an arsenal. Even after a young man in Colorado buys 6,000 rounds by mail order and uses them to commit mass murder, it is the rare politician who proposes to make the tools of terror slightly harder to obtain. A Democratic senator, Fran ...
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Op-Ed Contributor: A Victory for the Internet: The vote in the U.N. Human Rights Council was a breakthrough of f...
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Op-Ed Contributor: Free Speech for Computers? - Free speech for computers is not science fiction. It’s a real issue ...
Op-Ed Contributor: At 50, the Cuban Missile Crisis as Guide: J.F.K.'s response to...
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Op-Ed Contributor: God and Man in Tennessee: By politicizing our faith, lawmakers are ignoring Tennessee...
“Op-Ed Contributor: Taking Responsibility for Death - Yet another excellent end-of-life piece.
Op-Ed Contributor: Unbreakable Bonds: Fears of a municipal debt apocalypse are misplaced.
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