Magazine August 1, 2016, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ If the FBI had been serious about finding Hillary’s missing e-mails, it would have subpoenaed Putin.

‐ FBI director James Comey’s recommendations concerning Hillary Clinton’s illegal servers (there was more than one, it turns out) were damning, in two ways: They damned both her competence and her honesty. Clinton and her colleagues were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” “Any reasonable person . . . should have known” that her servers were not secure; indeed, they were less secure than Gmail. Some of her e-mails, contrary to her denials, were marked “classified,” and she was

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Free Speech at Yale Regarding the article “‘This Is Not a Debate’: Yale’s Fight for Free Speech,” (July 11), let me be perfectly clear: Yale University is committed to the free ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ If the FBI had been serious about finding Hillary’s missing e-mails, it would have subpoenaed Putin. ‐ FBI director James Comey’s recommendations concerning Hillary Clinton’s illegal servers (there was more ...
Politics & Policy

Poetry

MAKE BELIEVE When she was playing in the yard she talked to someone she imagined by her side: a soldier or a prince, perhaps, who walked along with her when she was playing bride. I ...

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