Magazine September 26, 2016, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ Whoever used that hammer on Hillary’s phones should loan it to Huma Abedin.

‐ Acting as if it were an arm of the Clinton campaign, the FBI dumped the contents of its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s e-mail practices into the public domain on the Friday afternoon before Labor Day. The files did nothing to exonerate Clinton and instead added key details demonstrating the extent of her recklessness. Her team deleted e-mails even as she publicly called for transparency. She had 13 e-mail devices, yet mysteriously her legal team couldn’t locate a single one to turn over to the FBI. Her

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The Wage-Floor Roof of the Working-Class Ghetto Helen Andrews’ review of Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir, by J. D. Vance, in the August 15 issue summarizes Vance’s effort to explain the factors ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ Whoever used that hammer on Hillary’s phones should loan it to Huma Abedin. ‐ Acting as if it were an arm of the Clinton campaign, the FBI dumped the contents ...
Politics & Policy

Poetry

A MEMORY OF FRANKLIN STREET Heaven surrounded us, all sweetness then, Bright sky and earth, so calm and more than fair; Warm and expansive, welcoming, so when We passed a building it seemed more ...

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