Magazine October 24, 2016, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ Gary Johnson may not know where Aleppo is, but he always knows where the Doritos are.

‐ Lester Holt is a registered Republican, but he clearly doesn’t let his partisan affiliation affect his work. At the first presidential debate at Hofstra University, he directed antagonistic questions only to Donald Trump, who was asked about his tax returns, his role in promoting the birther controversy, whether he flip-flopped on the Iraq War, and what he meant when he said recently that Clinton does not have a “presidential look.” Clinton, by contrast, was not asked about her private e-mail server, the Clinton

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DAWN WIND The day comes with a dawn wind brisk enough to ripple the broad waters circling back beneath the waterfall, where the sheet of ice at the edge of those circling waters, the chunks of ...
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Tangents to Heinlein Interesting that two huge themes with no apparent connection appeared in the October 10 issue: John Fonte & John Yoo’s “Progressivism Goes Global,” and Charles C. W. Cooke’s ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ Gary Johnson may not know where Aleppo is, but he always knows where the Doritos are. ‐ Lester Holt is a registered Republican, but he clearly doesn’t let his partisan ...

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