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Politics

The Hillary Doubters Are Wrong

Yes, she’s vulnerable, but she’s still the heavy favorite.

Donald Trump Has Liberal Positions, Too. That Would Make Him a Great Third-Party Candidate.

More Evidence That the Planned Parenthood Videos Were Altered

“George Bush Doesn’t Care About Black People”: Behind the Scenes of Kanye’s Katrina Moment  

A Defense of Instagram’s Square Photo Format

Music

My Bet With Sinéad O’Connor

After I reviewed her new album, she called to ask me to give all her music another listen. If I changed my mind, I owed her a Happy Meal.

Moneybox

How Natural Disasters Harm the Poor More Than the Rich

It was true before Hurricane Katrina, and it’s true now.

Sinéad O’Connor Bet Me a Happy Meal That I’d Change My Mind About Her Music

Natural Disasters Like Hurricane Katrina Make the Rich Richer and the Poor Poorer

Five Things the Washington Post Gets Totally Wrong in Its Diatribe Against Salads

Netanyahu and AIPAC Really Blew It by Opposing the Iran Deal So Vehemently

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