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Hartford Courant
Book Events: Author Moira Weigel On The 'Invention of Dating'at Yale University, is a writer and translator whose work has been published in
Book Events: Author Moira Weigel On The 'Invention of Dating'
Hartford Courant / Posted 9 hours ago
at Yale University, is a writer and translator whose work has been published in The Guardian, n+1, The Nation and The New Republic, among other journals. Authors At R.J. Julia R.J. Julia Booksellers, 768 Boston Post Road, Madison, will... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water CoolerTrump insists to the public that Republicans are unified, Clinton and her suppo
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 17 hours ago
Trump insists to the public that Republicans are unified, Clinton and her supporters showed that they are” [Brian Beutler, The New Republic]. The case for the defense. “There was a haze that hung low and very sweet. It was brutally hot and there... Read more
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Slate
Could Paid Leave and Subsidized Child Care Ever Get Bipartisan Support? It Almost Happened Before.and centrally during her Philadelphia address, directly answering Ivanka Trump’
Could Paid Leave and Subsidized Child Care Ever Get Bipartisan Support? It Almost Happened Before.
Slate / Posted 20 hours ago
and centrally during her Philadelphia address, directly answering Ivanka Trump’s parry? Here’s hoping. Dana Goldstein is the author of The Teacher Wars. She contributes to Slate, the New Republic, the Marshall Project, and other pu... Read more
23h
Crosscut
With Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Battle of Seattle goes mainstreamand the demise of the middle class are what happened instead. Morton Kondracke,
With Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Battle of Seattle goes mainstream
Crosscut / Posted 23 hours ago
and the demise of the middle class are what happened instead. Morton Kondracke, former columnist for Newsweek and the New Republic and a onetime pundit on The McLaughlin Group, pointed out that the average working class white worker is... Read more
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Daily Mirror
21 things you DEFINITELY didn't know about Sam Allardycewould play him in a film of his life is… Clark Gable. Fair enough…?19. In 2008
21 things you DEFINITELY didn't know about Sam Allardyce
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
would play him in a film of his life is… Clark Gable. Fair enough…?19. In 2008, the Irish FA approached him about becoming the new Republic of Ireland manager. “It wasn't done directly,” he said at the time, “but one or two people rang me to tell... Read more
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Salon.com
5 worst right-wing moments of the week: Ben Carson is really serious about this Lucifer thingsaid in the Quicken Loans Arena, that message now seems quaint.) In the most J
5 worst right-wing moments of the week: Ben Carson is really serious about this Lucifer thing
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
said in the Quicken Loans Arena, that message now seems quaint.) In the most Jonesian endorsement possible, Jones told the New Republic that Trump has long “been what you call a ‘closet conspiracy theorist’ for 50 years. I think he’s been a... Read more
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The New Yorker
Hating Hillarya practicing attorney married to a governor is in something of a double bind. O
Hating Hillary
The New Yorker / Posted 2 days ago
a practicing attorney married to a governor is in something of a double bind. On the one hand, Mickey Kaus, writing in The New Republic, has accused Bill Clinton’s wife of being a “false feminst” for hitching her star to his. On the other hand,... Read more
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The Atlantic
'Batman: The Killing Joke' Predicted the Bleak State of Superheroesand Moore are often credited with helping the superhero genre grow up,” wrote J
'Batman: The Killing Joke' Predicted the Bleak State of Superheroes
The Atlantic / Posted 4 days ago
and Moore are often credited with helping the superhero genre grow up,” wrote Jeet Heer recently in a smart piece for The New Republic, “although their idea of maturity at times seemed mainly to mean including explicit scenes of torture and... Read more
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Philly.com
Give us that old-time hypocrisy. Pleaseavoiding reductio ad Hitlerum here. Actually, Christie's speech was more remini
Give us that old-time hypocrisy. Please
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
avoiding reductio ad Hitlerum here. Actually, Christie's speech was more reminiscent of Salem, Mass., in 1692. In the New Republic, author Rick Perlstein even heard echoes of the "Two Minutes' Hate" rituals required of citizens in George... Read more
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Deseret News
The ‘Splainer: The empire of the US-based imam accused in the Turkish coup attemptOpus Dei to Scientology to the Masons, Mormons, and Moonies,” wrote Istanbul-ba
The ‘Splainer: The empire of the US-based imam accused in the Turkish coup attempt
Deseret News / Posted 6 days ago
Opus Dei to Scientology to the Masons, Mormons, and Moonies,” wrote Istanbul-based journalist Suzy Hansen in a piece for the New Republic. Gulenists use the term “Hizmet,” which means “service” in Turkish, to refer to the movement inspired by... Read more
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iol.co.za
Turkey’s coup - an alternative perspectivean inspiration even for modern armies today. During the Ottoman period, about 1
Turkey’s coup - an alternative perspective
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
an inspiration even for modern armies today. During the Ottoman period, about 10 Ottoman Sultans were toppled by soldiers. The New Republic was founded by soldiers, and up to today they accepted their role as custodian of the “Kemalist... Read more
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The Verge
New adventures: what to read in science fiction and fantasy this monthwith his novel Aftermath, and he’s now returned with the second book in his tri
New adventures: what to read in science fiction and fantasy this month
The Verge / Posted 6 days ago
with his novel Aftermath, and he’s now returned with the second book in his trilogy, Life Debt. The Empire is in retreat as the New Republic advances across the galaxy, and Han Solo finds himself on his way to Kashyyyk to help Chewbacca liberate the... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Melania and plagiarism: A victim’s perspectivethat did not contain proper attribution. Similar problems have been found in ar
Melania and plagiarism: A victim’s perspective
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 7 days ago
that did not contain proper attribution. Similar problems have been found in articles written by Zakaria for Slate, Time, The New Republic, and the Washington Post. Yet Zakaria's weekly column still appears in the Post, and he continues to host a... Read more
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Breitbart
Michelle Obama Copied Alinsky in Speech Melania Trump Allegedly Plagiarizedtoo powerful to jail.” After the Obama campaign accused Clinton of stealing lin
Michelle Obama Copied Alinsky in Speech Melania Trump Allegedly Plagiarized
Breitbart / Posted 7 days ago
too powerful to jail.” After the Obama campaign accused Clinton of stealing lines in 2008 — a claim supplemented by The New Republic, which accused her of stealing lines from then-Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) — she ought to have learned her... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rian Johnson says Episode VIII has been inspired by classic war filmsto be drawn with the latest installment of The Force Awakens. Not only has the
Rian Johnson says Episode VIII has been inspired by classic war films
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
to be drawn with the latest installment of The Force Awakens. Not only has the Starkiller destroyed the leaders of the New Republic by obliterating Hosnian Prime, but the talisman-like smuggler Han Solo also met his end - leaving the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
ISRAEL: Who is the Shin Bet loyal to?security analyst, who also worked for CBS during the 2003 Gulf War and the 2006
ISRAEL: Who is the Shin Bet loyal to?
Op-Ed News / Posted 8 days ago
security analyst, who also worked for CBS during the 2003 Gulf War and the 2006 Israeli invasions of Lebanon, published in the New Republic and The Economist, and was affiliated with the The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Oren raises... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Philosopher of Feelingsget into hell because they have not been willing to stand for anything in life.
The Philosopher of Feelings
The New Yorker / Posted 9 days ago
get into hell because they have not been willing to stand for anything in life.” In 1999, in a now canonical essay for The New Republic, she wrote that academic feminism spoke only to the élite. It had become untethered from the practical... Read more
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The New Yorker
Donald Trump’s Ghostwriter Tells Allthe most recent book he’d read. “I read passages, I read areas, I’ll read chapt
Donald Trump’s Ghostwriter Tells All
The New Yorker / Posted 9 days ago
the most recent book he’d read. “I read passages, I read areas, I’ll read chapters—I don’t have the time,” Trump said. As The New Republic noted recently, this attitude is not shared by most U.S. Presidents, including Barack Obama, a habitual... Read more
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dna
A Q&A with Elizabeth Collingham, author of "Around India’s First Table: Dining and Entertaining at the Rashtrapati Bhavan"of a crown, which the servants wore on the bibs of their uniforms, with the thr
A Q&A with Elizabeth Collingham, author of "Around India’s First Table: Dining and Entertaining at the Rashtrapati Bhavan"
dna / Posted 10 days ago
of a crown, which the servants wore on the bibs of their uniforms, with the three-lion capital which had been adopted as the new Republic’s symbol. This same monogram is still in use today. It also decorates the Rashtrapati Bhavan’s crockery and... Read more
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The Verge
Star Wars Rebels is bringing back one of the Expanded Universe's greatest villainsZahn’s 1991 novel Heir to the Empire. The character was a strategic mastermind
Star Wars Rebels is bringing back one of the Expanded Universe's greatest villains
The Verge / Posted 10 days ago
Zahn’s 1991 novel Heir to the Empire. The character was a strategic mastermind who attempted to engineer the fall of the New Republic. In the years since the book was released, he has become a major fan favorite character. Thrawn's creator... Read more
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Slate
What Do White Parents Want in Schools? A Lot of White Kids.start. Because research—and history—show that left to their own devices, parent
What Do White Parents Want in Schools? A Lot of White Kids.
Slate / Posted 12 days ago
start. Because research—and history—show that left to their own devices, parents won’t desegregate schools. Dana Goldstein is the author of The Teacher Wars. She contributes to Slate, the New Republic, the Marshall Project, and other publica... Read more
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Business Insider
The polls are swinging against Hillary Clinton because she gave voters reason to distrust herseeking influence would have no good public explanation for why they write chec
The polls are swinging against Hillary Clinton because she gave voters reason to distrust her
Business Insider / Posted 12 days ago
seeking influence would have no good public explanation for why they write checks to it. As Alec MacGillis wrote for The New Republic back in 2013: "Bill Clinton now leads a sprawling philanthropic empire like no other. The good it achieves... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Here's how unprecedented Ginsburg's anti-Trump comments weresee this as a question of courts versus legislatures. In my view, both have bee
Here's how unprecedented Ginsburg's anti-Trump comments were
OregonLive.com / Posted 13 days ago
see this as a question of courts versus legislatures. In my view, both have been moving in the wrong direction." -- to the New Republic in September 2014. (Conservatives argued that Ginsburg was pre-judging the Texas abortion law, which the... Read more
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The Washington Times
James Comey ignored Hillary Clinton’s guiltviolated diplomatic security protocols at the embassy by using unsecured intern
James Comey ignored Hillary Clinton’s guilt
The Washington Times / Posted 13 days ago
violated diplomatic security protocols at the embassy by using unsecured internet connections.” A 2012 story in The New Republic noted that Mr. Gration’s email scheme “put classified information about the U.S.’s operations in East Africa... Read more
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WA Today
'Allow him to sway on': Video of President Bush at Dallas memorial lights up social mediamany media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . .
'Allow him to sway on': Video of President Bush at Dallas memorial lights up social media
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
many media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . . . was ready to (expletive) party," while The New Republic called the "moment dopey but endearing" and called much of the social media response "cheap outrage... Read more
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The Age
'Allow him to sway on': Video of President Bush at Dallas memorial lights up social mediamany media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . .
'Allow him to sway on': Video of President Bush at Dallas memorial lights up social media
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
many media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . . . was ready to (expletive) party," while The New Republic called the "moment dopey but endearing" and called much of the social media response "cheap outrage... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Allow him to sway on': Video of President Bush at Dallas memorial lights up social mediamany media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . .
'Allow him to sway on': Video of President Bush at Dallas memorial lights up social media
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
many media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . . . was ready to (expletive) party," while The New Republic called the "moment dopey but endearing" and called much of the social media response "cheap outrage... Read more
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Island Packet
'Allow him to sway' or not: Video of Bush at Dallas memorial divides social mediamany media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . .
'Allow him to sway' or not: Video of Bush at Dallas memorial divides social media
Island Packet / Posted 13 days ago
many media outlets got in on the debate. Gawker wrote that "George W. Bush . . . was ready to (expletive) party," while The New Republic called the "moment dopey but endearing" and called much of the social media response "cheap outrage... Read more
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Salon.com
Can Audible sell podcasts? New short-form Channels shows sound familiar to public radio earsthough Channels also offers commercial-free versions of other podcasts and acce
Can Audible sell podcasts? New short-form Channels shows sound familiar to public radio ears
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
though Channels also offers commercial-free versions of other podcasts and access to TED Talks, narrated stories from The New Republic and other magazines, Dan Savage, and a lot more. Audible, which is owned by Amazon but whose service... Read more
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express
Star Wars' General Hux has a shocking secret AND silly first name: No wonder he's so angrywonder the poor lad turned out so rotten. The new book also delves into all th
Star Wars' General Hux has a shocking secret AND silly first name: No wonder he's so angry
express / Posted 14 days ago
wonder the poor lad turned out so rotten. The new book also delves into all the imperial machinations to bring down the New Republic established at the end of The Return of the Jedi. We see glimpses of Han Solo's past with CHewbacca, plus... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Four For The Fourth (Part II)for brighter economic opportunities in America’s hinterlands. Rosanna’s brother
Four For The Fourth (Part II)
The Jewish Press / Posted 15 days ago
for brighter economic opportunities in America’s hinterlands. Rosanna’s brother Leon suggested Galveston, a growing city in the new Republic of Texas, and Osterman moved there in 1837. Rosanna joined him a year later. As she had done in Baltimore,... Read more
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Salon.com
Meet the new Newt, same as the old Newt: Don’t be fooled by his comments about racism after the Dallas ambushhave been with a slightly less conservative leader of the GOP caucus. That Gin
Meet the new Newt, same as the old Newt: Don’t be fooled by his comments about racism after the Dallas ambush
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
have been with a slightly less conservative leader of the GOP caucus. That Gingrich also still appears to be with us. The New Republic flagged Gingrich saying on Fox News on Friday, just hours before his sit-down with Van Jones, All American... Read more
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Perth Now
Country on the brink of civil warattacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”m
Country on the brink of civil war
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
attacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”media_cameraA large crowd waving the flag of the new Republic of South Sudan during the unveiling of a statue of late South Sudan rebel leader and first Vice-President... Read more
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Herald Sun
Country on the brink of civil warattacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”m
Country on the brink of civil war
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
attacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”media_cameraA large crowd waving the flag of the new Republic of South Sudan during the unveiling of a statue of late South Sudan rebel leader and first Vice-President... Read more
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News.com.au
UN peacekeeper killed in clashes in South Sudanincluding attacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of ci
UN peacekeeper killed in clashes in South Sudan
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
including attacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.” A large crowd waving the flag of the new Republic of South Sudan during the unveiling of a statue of late South Sudan rebel leader and first Vice-President... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Country on the brink of civil warattacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”m
Country on the brink of civil war
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
attacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”media_cameraA large crowd waving the flag of the new Republic of South Sudan during the unveiling of a statue of late South Sudan rebel leader and first Vice-President... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Country on the brink of civil warattacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”m
Country on the brink of civil war
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
attacks on the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and targeting of civilians.”media_cameraA large crowd waving the flag of the new Republic of South Sudan during the unveiling of a statue of late South Sudan rebel leader and first Vice-President... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
150 killed as S.Sudan marks independence anniversaryfestivities saying it could not afford them. This file photo taken on July 9,
150 killed as S.Sudan marks independence anniversary
Manila Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
festivities saying it could not afford them. This file photo taken on July 9, 2011 shows a large crowd waving the flag of the new Republic of South Sudan during the unveiling of a statue of late South Sudan rebel leader and first Vice-President... Read more
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Slate
Slate Founder Michael Kinsley on Aging, Baby Boomers, and How the Media Blew It on Trumpabout growing old. Isaac Chotiner is a Slate contributor. I spoke by phone wi
Slate Founder Michael Kinsley on Aging, Baby Boomers, and How the Media Blew It on Trump
Slate / Posted 19 days ago
about growing old. Isaac Chotiner is a Slate contributor. I spoke by phone with Kinsley recently. (He and I overlapped at the New Republic during one of his stints at the magazine.) In the course of our conversation, which has been edited and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Russell Smith: Why publishers think pink for book coversparallel and not unrelated controversy arose the same week in the United States
Russell Smith: Why publishers think pink for book covers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
parallel and not unrelated controversy arose the same week in the United States, with the publication of an essay in the New Republic by journalist Suki Kim, author of Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elite.... Read more
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Slate
Obama Made It Easier to Fire Teachers. Clinton Is the Teachers’ Candidate. What Changed?toward the unions doesn’t mean she lets go of some of the Obama administration’
Obama Made It Easier to Fire Teachers. Clinton Is the Teachers’ Candidate. What Changed?
Slate / Posted 20 days ago
toward the unions doesn’t mean she lets go of some of the Obama administration’s more promising recent ideas. Dana Goldstein is the author of The Teacher Wars. She contributes to Slate, the New Republic, the Marshall Project, and other publicati... Read more
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Daily Press
Raising Kaine's national imagefor the moment at least, on Tim Kaine. Politico has done a couple of analytical
Raising Kaine's national image
Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
for the moment at least, on Tim Kaine. Politico has done a couple of analytical essays on him in the past week, and the New Republic has weighed in, too. The Republican National Committee put out a bullet-point memo on his record. His recent... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Donald Trump: Turning the Corner Towards Fascism (But First Let's Define ItEngland by the time you read this): "Donald Trump is an outright fascist who sh
Donald Trump: Turning the Corner Towards Fascism (But First Let's Define It
Op-Ed News / Posted 21 days ago
England by the time you read this): "Donald Trump is an outright fascist who should be banned from Britain today." In The New Republic one Ryu Spaeth referred to him as a "scary fascist." (By-the-by, unless one is a fascist oneself, is there... Read more
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The Tyee
Ignore the Elites: You Have a Right to Voteto the elites. 'Populist suicide'? But it's not just in Canada that elites wa
Ignore the Elites: You Have a Right to Vote
The Tyee / Posted 21 days ago
to the elites. 'Populist suicide'? But it's not just in Canada that elites want referenda banned. In the United States, The New Republic magazine's Alex Shephard takes the same elitist view of Brexit as Cappe: "Referendums are bad. There are... Read more
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International Business Times
'Sexist broadcasters' forcing fans to blogs and podcasts for coverage of female Olympic gymnasts to as 'divas' and 'temperamental.' It was honestly a bit sexist," added Reeve,
'Sexist broadcasters' forcing fans to blogs and podcasts for coverage of female Olympic gymnasts
International Business Times / Posted 22 days ago
to as 'divas' and 'temperamental.' It was honestly a bit sexist," added Reeve, who has written about the gymternet in the New Republic. Reeve points to one example in particular, when an NBC commentator compared a gymnast's injury to getting... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Irked By Broadcast Coverage, Gymnastics Sites Aim To Raise The Baryou would hear on NBC over and over again," says the reporter and gym fan Elspe
Irked By Broadcast Coverage, Gymnastics Sites Aim To Raise The Bar
KPBS San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
you would hear on NBC over and over again," says the reporter and gym fan Elspeth Reeve, who wrote about the gymternet in the New Republic. "Even at the 2012 Olympics, you had the Russian gymnasts referred to as 'divas' and 'temperamental.' It was... Read more
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Arkansas Times
'Scampaigns': It's all about the brand for Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee and othersneeded to detect lies. It was only natural that politicians themselves would w
'Scampaigns': It's all about the brand for Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee and others
Arkansas Times / Posted 23 days ago
needed to detect lies. It was only natural that politicians themselves would want to get in on these scams. Writing in the New Republic in 2014, the journalist Ben Adler documented how an entire class of Republican politicians, including Herman... Read more
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Wired News
While You Were Offline: You Stay Classy, #HeterosexualPrideDaywondering if they can convince another beloved site to shut down so The Donald
While You Were Offline: You Stay Classy, #HeterosexualPrideDay
Wired News / Posted 23 days ago
wondering if they can convince another beloved site to shut down so The Donald can write a farewell message. Like, The New Republic can’t last forever, right?Every Wave Is Tidal, If You Hang Around You’re Going to Get Wet What Happened:... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Mislabeled As A Memoirist, Author Asks: Whose Work Gets To Be Journalism?turned into the book Without You, There Is No Us, which — much to her dismay —
Mislabeled As A Memoirist, Author Asks: Whose Work Gets To Be Journalism?
KERA North Texas / Posted 26 days ago
turned into the book Without You, There Is No Us, which — much to her dismay — was marketed as a memoir. She wrote in The New Republic recently that the book was not only miscategorized as a North Korean Eat, Pray, Love -- a memoir of... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Mislabeled As A Memoirist, Author Asks: Whose Work Gets To Be Journalism?turned into the book Without You, There Is No Us, which — much to her dismay —
Mislabeled As A Memoirist, Author Asks: Whose Work Gets To Be Journalism?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 26 days ago
turned into the book Without You, There Is No Us, which — much to her dismay — was marketed as a memoir. She wrote in The New Republic recently that the book was not only miscategorized as a North Korean Eat, Pray, Love -- a memoir of... Read more
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