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Frank Bruni
NYT columnist with weekly newsletter (), book author (), CNN contributor.
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As Brett Kavanaugh’s admirers and detractors stage a ferocious battle over his biography and reputation, too many of us fall into a familiar trap.
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Frank Bruni Sep 24
Kavanaugh + Rosenstein + UNGA + + + + = The New Frenetic Head-Spinning Normal,
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Moody Alex Sep 23
People reacted with a chuckle or an eye roll vigorous enough for corneal abrasion. “Oh, great, just what America needs—another superrich old white guy from New York.” |
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Frank Bruni Sep 23
The rock-star pasta at Missy Robbins's splendiferous Lilia was/is the mafaldini w/ pink peppercorn & Parmigiano. The rock-star pasta at her brand-new Misi is the fettuccine w/ buffalo butter, black pepper & Parmigiano. Creamy. Dreamy. Dazzling.
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jimrutenberg Sep 23
Though he may have “all the va-va-voom of a ficus tree,” writes, give Mike a chance:
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Frank Bruni Sep 23
If there’s a Michael in the 2020 mix with a few too many of Trump’s qualities and the wrong background and temperature for the presidency, it’s Avenatti, not Bloomberg. Bloomberg is the anti-Trump. My column,
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Frank Bruni Sep 22
Two superrich old white guys from New York walk into a presidential contest . . .
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Frank Bruni Sep 19
How would we experience "A Star is Born" with the male and female roles swapped? I discuss that and more, including media coverage of Hurricane Florence, in my weekly newsletter,
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Tim King Sep 19
Now, more than ever, we need to be reminded of the goodness and greatness of the human spirit. Thanks .
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Frank Bruni Sep 19
He lost his hand but not his dream, never surrendering to self-pity or giving up, and today he's playing football in the pros. Meet Shaquem Griffin, who exemplifies the human ability to reframe hardship as challenge and achieve not just success but grace.
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Lisa Fung Sep 18
'This isn’t a sad story. But it’s most definitely a sob story.' Please read this beautiful, inspirational column on (and twin ) via
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Tiffany Hsu Sep 18
Shaquem Griffin: Not a sad story, most definitely a sob story.
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Frank Bruni Sep 18
I can't read or (as I did here) write about this extraordinary young man without tearing up. The self-pity, pessimism, anger that consume others? He avoided all of that.
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Frank Bruni Sep 18
He wanted to play football so he kept playing football, never mind that he had lost a hand, never mind the naysayers. A dream's a dream. Today he's in the pros. My column,
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Frank Bruni Sep 18
Congrats to on pub day for his book "The Fixer," whose insider take on start-ups and politics and the politics OF start-ups is getting attention. Here's what the NYT had to say,
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Frank Bruni Sep 18
There were just two women in the Senate when it voted on Clarence Thomas. There are 23 now, for any vote on Kavanaugh. discuss the changed landscape and what it means,
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Frank Bruni Sep 18
Well ahead of Monday's hearing, the accusation against Brett Kavanaugh has become a Rorschach test. and I discuss where we are and where we're headed,
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NYT Opinion Sep 16
Intent on some ideological takeaway from the 2018 results so far, we miss the human moral, observes. What matters most is the quality of the candidates and their campaigns.
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NYT Opinion Sep 16
Beto O'Rourke isn't soaring because Texas is so suddenly changed. He's soaring because he's a seriously talented politician. Democrats sizing up 2020 prospects should remember that.
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Frank Bruni Sep 16
A terrific NYT explainer, in words and graphics, of what women candidates accomplished in 2018 and of why Nov. 6 may nonetheless be unkind to many of them,
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