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Andrew Coyne
Explorer, founder of Lachine, seigneur of Cataracoui, discoverer of the mouths of the Mississippi.
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Vincent K Smith 8h
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Hahahaha the Atlantic... Jesus Christ you must be looking for a cabinet position...your are like Shamus when he worked for the walrus, he gaslighted for Trudeau and now look at him he's a has been minister not a has been writer like you.
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Ross Macnab 3h
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RoryMcRandall 2h
Replying to @NisbettRob @acoyne
A little off topic. Are you ever not thinking about Trudeau? Eating dinner? Having a dump? During sex? He's in your head always?
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Binyamin Appelbaum 21h
One way to read the Mattis piece, and other recent criticism of the president, is that people are beginning to conclude that standing with Trump is a losing bet. If he stays down in the polls, we're going to see a lot of people rediscovering their principles in the coming months.
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The Washington Post 4h
Condoleezza Rice writes in Opinion: This moment cries out for us to confront race in America
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Conor Friedersdorf 4h
No president has ever been less morally or temperamentally fit to lead an effort to quell unrest. & the public is primed w rational distrust that will undermine him should he attempt it. Congress should consider repealing the Insurrection Act, lest he invoke the law anyway -->
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Andrew Coyne 3h
The Rudy Giuliani-Piers Morgan dust-up is the best thing ever. If ever two people deserved each other…
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Katherine Mangu-Ward 4h
On the one hand, I don't think this bodes well for the culture of free speech and open inquiry in newsrooms. On the other hand, I am LOVING that "hey, maybe we should have police" is now a too-spicy take.
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Bill Kristol 4h
"A 2nd Trump term would be disastrous—for US democracy & for America’s standing in the world. The quiet disapprovers agree. They understand the stakes. But unless they speak out when the moment demands it they are complicit in that Trumpian devastation."
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Rick Wilson 4h
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billbindc 4h
"The President is a fascist according to our most respected general officer, there are little green men on the streets of the Capitol, the White House is being fortified....but I'm struggling" is a fairly potable definition of "Vichy" if you've misplaced the original.
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State of the Union 4h
SUNDAY: General Colin Powell joins on .
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The New York Times 19h
Many readers and New York Times staff members denounced The Times's publication of an opinion essay by Senator Tom Cotton, Republican of Arkansas, that called for a military response to protests. The Times union said that the Op-Ed "promotes hate."
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Shadi Hamid 8h
Remember all those commentators and journalists who smugly informed us that the Woke craziness and suppression of campus speech was being overhyped and it was just a few overzealous students? They'll never admit they're wrong. But they were very, very wrong
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Zaid Jilani 20h
Just a weird world that writers who I have known/followed for years who had very conventional/normie politics are now writing anarchist stuff
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The Bulwark 4h
Contempt for intellectuals and experts worsened the U.S. response to the pandemic and bodes ill for the current racial crisis.
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The Washington Post 4h
Former Trump chief of staff John Kelly dismisses Trump's claim that Mattis was fired, praises former Pentagon chief
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Oliver Darcy 4h
NYT publisher A.G. Sulzberger's memo has not quelled concerns from staffers who are dismayed over publication of Cotton's piece. "The email did not address what many felt were factual inaccuracies ... and its incitement of violence. It was demoralizing."
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Ben Collins 6h
The top of this story is remarkable.
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Noah Rothman 4h
This whole thing is the so remarkably insular and solipsistic it could only be countenanced by Twitter-bound journalists.
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