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Breitbart
University of Missouri Spending $1 Million for ‘Diversity Audit’ Despite Millions Lost Following Protestsuniversity’s “diversity and inclusion policies,” is a response to a year marred
University of Missouri Spending $1 Million for ‘Diversity Audit’ Despite Millions Lost Following Protests
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
university’s “diversity and inclusion policies,” is a response to a year marred by race protests that forced out President Tom Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin in 2015. In a statement, the university announced “the launch of a systemwide audit... Read more
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Variety
‘Weiner’ Is the Most Relevant Documentary Since ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’out of his balloon. The issue becomes not sex but lying, the voters turn away f
‘Weiner’ Is the Most Relevant Documentary Since ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’
Variety / Posted 6 days ago
out of his balloon. The issue becomes not sex but lying, the voters turn away from him, and the film starts to play like a Tom Wolfe novel come to life. It’s here that the real theme of “Weiner” — and the film’s highly charged relevance — emerges.... Read more
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Football365
England should learn to love the long ball...managing it. Basically, like someone still wearing Ugg Boots. For years I want
England should learn to love the long ball...
Football365 / Posted 8 days ago
managing it. Basically, like someone still wearing Ugg Boots. For years I wanted to be a writer that I just wasn’t, be it Tom Wolfe, Sara Paretsky or Jackie Collins. But I was stuck with being me, in the same way England are stuck with being... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The richest Wall Streeters in the world want you to give up your billionaire dreamsExcept when they do not. And these days they do not. Over the past two weeks t
The richest Wall Streeters in the world want you to give up your billionaire dreams
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Except when they do not. And these days they do not. Over the past two weeks the "Masters of the Universe," as writer Tom Wolfe dubbed them back in the '80s, have met around the country to lament their inability to perform and to tell those... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The richest Wall Streeters in the world want you to give up your billionaire dreamsExcept when they do not. And these days they do not. Over the past two weeks t
The richest Wall Streeters in the world want you to give up your billionaire dreams
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
Except when they do not. And these days they do not. Over the past two weeks the "Masters of the Universe," as writer Tom Wolfe dubbed them back in the '80s, have met around the country to lament their inability to perform and to tell those... Read more
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Irish Central
The passionate love poems and love affairs of Michael Collinsto America with Eamon de Valera in 1919. When Collins was sent to London by de
The passionate love poems and love affairs of Michael Collins
Irish Central / Posted 10 days ago
to America with Eamon de Valera in 1919. When Collins was sent to London by de Valera to negotiate the Treaty he became, as Tom Wolfe might have said, “radical chic.” Collins quickly went from coldblooded terrorist to celebrity in the drawing rooms... Read more
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Business Insider
The richest Wall Streeters in the world want you to give up your billionaire dreamswhen they do not. And these days they do not. Over the last two weeks the "Mas
The richest Wall Streeters in the world want you to give up your billionaire dreams
Business Insider / Posted 14 days ago
when they do not. And these days they do not. Over the last two weeks the "Masters of the Universe," as writer Tom Wolfe dubbed them back in the 1980s, have met around the country to lament their inability to perform, and to tell those... Read more
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The Buffalo News
‘American Rhapsody’ inflames a passion for others’ rhapsodiesthe subject of her work (“New Journalism” of the 1960s and 70s established this
‘American Rhapsody’ inflames a passion for others’ rhapsodies
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
the subject of her work (“New Journalism” of the 1960s and 70s established this blurring, and writers like Hunter Thompson, Tom Wolfe and Joan Didion reveled in it). Pierpont strives for and almost always achieves relative objectivity, even while... Read more
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The New Statesman
Don DeLillo's latest is an ambitious novel of opposites – but can its halves be reconciled?In the 1980s he used to complain that Beckett was responsible for the vogue in
Don DeLillo's latest is an ambitious novel of opposites – but can its halves be reconciled?
The New Statesman / Posted 17 days ago
In the 1980s he used to complain that Beckett was responsible for the vogue in settings that seemed “theoretical”. Like Tom Wolfe, who levelled a similar accusation in his 1989 manifesto “Stalking the Billion-Footed Beast”, DeLillo put a strong... Read more
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KERA North Texas
A Dying Coal Town Falls Into 'Fracking Frenzy' In 'Heat & Light'as into the land itself and the stories it contains. Heat & Light is her most
A Dying Coal Town Falls Into 'Fracking Frenzy' In 'Heat & Light'
KERA North Texas / Posted 21 days ago
as into the land itself and the stories it contains. Heat & Light is her most ambitious — and compelling — novel yet. What Tom Wolfe did for the New York City of the so-called, "go-go '80s" in The Bonfire of the Vanities, Haigh does here for... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Wallace’s matchless prose serves up a tantalizing treatise on tennisas balls always seem to do for great players.” A perfect sentence and an astut
Wallace’s matchless prose serves up a tantalizing treatise on tennis
The Buffalo News / Posted 25 days ago
as balls always seem to do for great players.” A perfect sentence and an astute observation, it reminded me of reading Tom Wolfe for the first time – not because the style was at all similar but because the writer’s voice was so original. Soon... Read more
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FOX News
Trump takes GOP, can he take the general?father in the assassination of John F. Kennedy, made his rival a finalist for p
Trump takes GOP, can he take the general?
FOX News / Posted 27 days ago
father in the assassination of John F. Kennedy, made his rival a finalist for possession of the nuclear football. Not even Tom Wolfe could have conjured it. The question of what the Republican Party will look like four years from now when Cruz... Read more
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examiner.com
PA's Medical Marijuana Act: A moneymaker with health benefitsFollowing the lead of twenty-three other states, Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wo
PA's Medical Marijuana Act: A moneymaker with health benefits
examiner.com / Posted 1 months ago
Following the lead of twenty-three other states, Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolfe made history here on April 17 by signing The Medical Marijuana Act (SB3) into law. Two days later, he turned up in King of Prussia to tout the bi-partisan legislation... Read more
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The Atlantic
How to Save the Republican Partyof being presented with ideas—and even phrases—that I published half a dozen ye
How to Save the Republican Party
The Atlantic / Posted 1 months ago
of being presented with ideas—and even phrases—that I published half a dozen years ago, as if they were brave and new. As Tom Wolfe wisely said, “It’s no good being even ten minutes ahead of the times.” Donald Trump has done a lot to change the... Read more

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