“Clearly, no signatory of The Letter has reason to fear losing their job…”
“…content that has a journalistic flavor.”
“You should not be running on character for the President of the United States.”
Not how it happened, champ.
“The case that Bernie Sanders is just as electable as the more moderate candidates thus appears to rest on a leap of faith…”
“a concrete example of how identity politics can help…”
“It’s a sh**ty company that exploits its creators and doesn’t deserve to exist…”
“Winning elections in Vermont is not, per se, incredibly impressive.”
We can’t let Republicans use this the way we’ve been using it against Trump.
“none of today’s serious left critics of liberalism are Stalinists or Maoists”
“…one source said Maza is negotiating a severance package.”
“We know that lies and falsehoods can cause riots.”
“If you’re going to spend an awful lot of money, you have to go where the money is…”
“…the prospect of a largely uninhabitable Earth leads to the breakdown of nations and the international order.”
“paying people a lot more than market wages sounds great on the surface, it’s not realistic or smart.”
“This isn’t about ‘silencing conservatives.'”
“Scratch a progressive, find a fascist.”
“…a council of mostly white dudes sitting in rulership over Westeros.”
“…a lot of that had to do with the insularity of the media.”
“Ocasio Cortez’s staff doesn’t have a clear explanation for what happened”
“…a muddled reaction to this case could harm prospects elsewhere.”
“This isn’t a natural death.”
“In what other aspect of journalism do we believe that hiding information from the public serves the public?”
“That’s just not the reality of affirmative action.”
“data are interpreted in such a way as to advance authors’ preferred narratives on the issue”
$218 trillion over the next 30 years.
Social justice edgelord.
“Our goal is not to rein in the excesses of capitalism for a few decades at a time — we want to end our society’s subservience to the market.”
Hurting the consumer? Fft…who cares?
Facebook delenda est?
“The question is whether this cure is worse than the disease.”
“Democrats, by and large, did not ask these questions when Clinton’s affair with Lewinsky came to light — or until very recently.”
“Distressingly, even academics who should know better are playing this game.”
“Media coverage tends to gravitate toward dramatic video.”
“‘Clinton dead-enders’ is the crucial phrase for understanding what’s happening here.”
Drain the swamp?
“She did not get convicted for laughing.”
What does the Vox say?
“we all know about the death spiral that actuaries worry about…”
“Now it’s up to her to deliver.”
“They’re not thinking about slavery.”
“You can’t make a film without a sensitivity counselor.”
“A riot has been declared.”