IT has been a busy week or two for the ethics police -- those within The Times trying to protect the paper's integrity, and those outside, ready to po...
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For all his bawling on TV about how much he loves his country, you'd think a guy like Glenn Beck would be eager to do whatever is necessary to combat terrorism. Same for Michelle Malkin.
What's the difference between an overly bubbly housing market and sugary carbonated beverages? Both appeal to our infantile desire for instant gratification.
I called the Times several times in the last couple of days to ask Friedman a bunch of questions, like... whether he felt queasy taking so much money ...
On May 1, 2003, President Bush declared an end to major military operations in Iraq. Here's a look at how one newspaper covered the Bush declaration and its immediate aftermath.
Can we finally get over ourselves and start participating in life so fully, so unreservedly, that we remove any doubt as to where we really stand?
Tom Friedman argues today that U.S. government-issued torture is just water(boarding) under the bridge and actually repeats a ridiculous Bush-era mantra.
Meet Eugene Lee, a mid-level associate at a Top 40 law firm on Wall Street who succeeds in business by being real, honest, and kind. Good news.
I'm concerned that Teach for America is being propped up by many as a cure-all for America's education woes, when it is nothing of the kind.
The truth about Tibet is perhaps more nuanced than it has been presented by either side of the highly polarized debate.
There is a real political agenda inside the media itself to keep Islam as the enemy, and to portray mainstream Muslims as a fifth column inside America.
Friedman's latest column is just an outright nuclear disaster: head-slappingly wrong on the merits, politically naive and tone deaf, and timed so poorly as to be malicious. Just about every single sentence is a train wreck.
Early last week, while visiting my sister in New Jersey, I awoke to an e-mail from my girlfriend with the subject line "bad news."
Obama's promise of a new day in U.S.-Iranian relations must be given the opportunity to bear fruit free from outside intervention.
The Republicans were going to grab onto the populist anti-bank feelings in the country to position themselves as the party of the people, with the Democrats being cast as the party of the bankers.
On CBS' Face The Nation this morning, New York Times columnist Tom Friedman weighed in on the financial crisis and the administration's plans to fight...
As his most fervent critics are fond of pointing out, any time you get wind that Thomas Friedman is about to attempt a metaphor, it's best to evacuate...
Did you ever get the sinking feeling that all those pundits were basically wrong about everything? Of course you did! And good news! You suspicions have been confirmed, with THE MATHS.
In this morning's New York Times, columnist Thomas Friedman makes a grave prediction regarding Obama and the ongoing financial crisis: "I fear that hi...
A smaller, more prudent capital access program is required for these smaller venture capital funds to continue to source and identify companies at the early stage.
You know, yesterday, as I read The New Republic's attempt to tell me that it was up to me and President Obama to save newspapers through a sustained c...
A current obsession of mine is the death of the trend of green. What if, as Tom Friedman keeps saying, there are no green cars, only cars? What if the...
It is encouraging that the stimulus package is beginning to address the need to invest in energy efficiency, where there are high rates of return, financially and environmentally.
How could the man who wrote maybe the best book on the Middle East become a paycheck-cashing mouthpiece and shill for the world's corporate villains?
When some time ago a friend of mine told me that Thomas Friedman's new book, Hot, Flat, and Crowded, was going to be a kind of environmentalist clario...
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