The Corner

Doing The Business

Along with everyone else here, I scoff and sneer at the NY Times, its far-left editorials and silly columnists. (And I don’t take the paper.)

Credit where it’s due, though: When you want to know what’s happening in the world, they can still do the business. Look at this Q&A with Nicholas Kristof and Charles Pritchard on North Korea, then tell me, if you can, that you don’t come away from it better informed. (Nick’s video clips of his trip to NK are cute, though necessarily brief & guarded.)

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