Pretty much true, although, in a sense, isn’t this now as much “the press” as anything? And therefore, it is precisely “in the press” that I’m reading this. Perhaps the bigger point is, we won’t see it covered endlessly on cable news?
Is it a competition? If it is, can putting such a frame around “accessing” “breakthrough knowledge” thereby make it more difficult to “win”? I like this piece, but I’m a bit apprehensive about treating the reading experience described here as a thing to acquire. In my experience, such moments (i.e., ones of inspiration, illumination, understanding…
Excellent piece. Thanks for this story about a remarkable woman, which also contains valuable strategies for others to learn from, to deal with such cowardly remote abuse and hatred.
I love the images you’ve used for this story, as well.
The political culture of lying, and the cultural politics of lying. The truth is ‘truly’ (irony intended) an army (reinforced by many different kinds of ‘soldiers’ and many different kinds of ‘weapons’) of tropes. This election cycle have thus produced reality as utterly plastic and relative (reality is how you figure it).
Pretty good. Sometimes quite funny. Quite an admirable effort, regardless, going through all those guys.
It’s interesting to see how the word “look” in the context of presidencial is being used differently when it comes to Hillary and when it comes to Don. With Hillary, it’s been about her actual physical appearance (and…