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Jul
21
2014

SoundBites May 2014

The Good Ol’ Vietnam War Days Writing about his retirement, former Washington Post managing editor Robert Kaiser (2/28/14) recalled that he “loved the politicians” he covered when he was a young reporter, “people who knew and cared a great deal about governing,” whereas today “lies and intellectual inventions are now typical of our public life.” Kaiser’s first professional job at the Post was in 1964, the year of the Tonkin Gulf Incident—an “intellectual invention” that led to the deaths of millions of people in the Vietnam War. Ronald Reagan, Peacenik USA Today columnist Jonah Goldberg (3/3/14) said that President Barack […]

Jul
21
2014

OliverTwist

"Please, sir--I've discovered a loophole!"

"Please, sir--I've discovered a loophole!"

Jul
21
2014

Kids of Color as Props in Charter School Drama

This microcosm of the national conversation over public education displayed media’s predictably narrow parameters of debate, between a corporate reformer and a moderate (but still charter-friendly) liberal.

Jul
21
2014

Kids of Color as Props in Charter School Drama

This microcosm of the national conversation over public education displayed media’s predictably narrow parameters of debate, between a corporate reformer and a moderate (but still charter-friendly) liberal.

Jul
21
2014

Kids of Color as Props in Charter School Drama

This microcosm of the national conversation over public education displayed media’s predictably narrow parameters of debate, between a corporate reformer and a moderate (but still charter-friendly) liberal.

Jul
21
2014

Education NYC

Education NYC
Jul
21
2014

Kids of Color as Props in Charter School Drama

This microcosm of the national conversation over public education displayed media’s predictably narrow parameters of debate, between a corporate reformer and a moderate (but still charter-friendly) liberal.

Jul
19
2014

KAL 007 and Iran Air 655

The day after a Soviet interceptor plane blew up a Korean passenger jet, a New York Times editorial was unequivocal: "There is no conceivable excuse for any nation shooting down a harmless airliner." Confronted with the sudden reality of a similar action by the U.S. government, the New York Times inverted every standard invoked with righteous indignation five years earlier.