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“There are so many reasons Hong Kong is not a particularly habitable city, so many reasons you might want to leave,… https://t.co/VGvLD0Pmy4"What will happen if Mr. Trump is re-elected?" asks Eric Posner. Will he "finally burst the bounds of the Constitut… https://t.co/IViyTvkTw3“The commutation last week of Roger Stone’s sentence is the latest of multiple, brazen efforts to make the fulfillm… https://t.co/S6FVsBpsUf"It’s 2022, and the coronavirus has at long last been defeated. After a miserable year-and-a-half, alternating betw… https://t.co/KCssXKL01C"Instead of centering the sick, dying and dead as the true victim of his malfeasance," @CharlesMBlow writes, "Trump… https://t.co/dMwRhojTF7Sobering words from @CharlesMBlow in @nytopinion: "It is hard to absorb that this may not be a quickly passing phas… https://t.co/zhLhPW3UFP
Retweeted by New York Times OpinionWhat should a star actor look like? "Your job, as a man of color, isn't to stand out, but to fit in," says Christop… https://t.co/pZ49SkX6WwBeing president isn’t like taking the SAT, writes psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman. It is about having superior exe… https://t.co/jb471owjoVHow are we supposed to comprehend this idea that the president is "putting untold American lives in danger and actu… https://t.co/NW7sJa8C77"We may regard teenagers as unruly and rebellious. But what they may really be is restless, pining for greater agen… https://t.co/fSwaWBBTC4The Supreme Court seems to reach results that would carry the day in Congress, "if Republicans and Democrats were i… https://t.co/wboaWzvDFaBetsy Hodges writes, "As a white female Democrat, I can say this: White liberals, despite believing we are saying a… https://t.co/X1mRPQDY28"It’s 2022, and the coronavirus has at long last been defeated. After a miserable year-and-a-half, alternating betw… https://t.co/sZ80WkGK9qCollege may give students "wonderful opportunities to think, form relationships, and self-define. But it seldom giv… https://t.co/WdkVeRXFGeThe limits of virtual classrooms were on painful display this spring. Boston reported that roughly 20% of enrolle… https://t.co/LSmXbnKFwzBeing president isn’t like taking the SAT, writes psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman. It is about having superior exe… https://t.co/Gsi7eKsJg9"My retreat from Facebook may mean fewer online connections, perhaps at a time when I need them the most. But I’d r… https://t.co/Bb9Mw2s80dNever Trumpers aren't fighting to come in from the wilderness, @FrankBruni writes. They’re just fighting to get rid… https://t.co/mv4hdvcUXR"Instead of centering the sick, dying and dead as the true victim of his malfeasance," @CharlesMBlow writes, "Trump… https://t.co/Uug16qeTHb"I’m hardly able to keep a regular journal without it feeling like a chore," writes @jordansalama19, "but writing t… https://t.co/efxviZV29cWhile Roger Stone once worked his dark arts from the shadows, his adversaries are now on to him, note the filmmaker… https://t.co/Qp5GkcBdWZ"In most American cities, wherever you look, you will see a landscape constructed primarily for the movement and st… https://t.co/fhD6BwSOpXEveryone knows that neglecting Russian aggression inevitably invites more of it, says @douglaslondon5 — everyone, i… https://t.co/qy0ujuR24AThe pandemic has given China a geopolitical opportunity unlike any enjoyed by an American rival since at least the… https://t.co/K9WMT9SVk8"They want a break from prisons and the police, from carbon and rent. They want counselors in place of cops, housin… https://t.co/loOkuWpSZ6"A letter is an unhindered way of working through anxieties, thoughts and emotions during a period of nonstop infor… https://t.co/jZYCEHJTosDave Eggers wanted to get tested for the coronavirus. In this satirical essay, he recreates the ludicrousness of th… https://t.co/AZWUw2jT8s"Pseudoscience companies tap directly into our fears and isolation, offering us a sense of control, while claiming… https://t.co/ngsOwy5i3o"I’m stuck in an indefinite limbo." @azhang852 on her journey to becoming a U.S. citizen in the middle of a pandemi… https://t.co/oACVdN2AwW"People often forget about the fact that I need to eat or drink," writes @jamesonfineart https://t.co/ePaSTDkbSBTo millions of parents, school closures and staggered schedules are "an intimate daily reminder that the president’… https://t.co/P0KMlJfC7y"Having the chance to be useful — not to their families, but to the world — is a luxury at this moment. Students ou… https://t.co/iaczI7PVI8"Nationalism is not fascism but is a necessary component of it. Both seek to change the present in the name of an i… https://t.co/aziVZk37biHow are we supposed to comprehend this idea that the president is "putting untold American lives in danger and actu… https://t.co/TJln3EY0JDA majority of Americans now reject the notion that Confederate place names and monuments to white supremacy deserve… https://t.co/DYWUXUATDHThink about Facebook as a seller of meat products. Some of it is just fine, but much of it is tainted. The company… https://t.co/FJG6KhBjBP"The anti-Trump rebellion is distinguished by the pedigree of the rebels," writes @FrankBruni on the Never Trumpers… https://t.co/pzexDSk3Ex"We may regard teenagers as unruly and rebellious. But what they may really be is restless, pining for greater agen… https://t.co/ISml2WWaz6"We have a situation in this country where a disease is spiraling out of control," writes @CharlesMBlow, "largely b… https://t.co/WCCbIPLRYN
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"Did President Trump know about U.S. intelligence community assessments that the Russians had offered bounties to t… https://t.co/Ec1fIw22WsDonald Trump has trusted the political acumen of Roger Stone for nearly 40 years, write the filmmakers behind "Get… https://t.co/okybrNE9yTIt is troubling that Trump hasn't clarified the Russian bounty story, says @douglaslondon5. It is perhaps even more… https://t.co/yyFM7MWapc"It’s been deeply comforting to think that whatever I am writing will soon be in the hands of someone else, especia… https://t.co/FiUvybTtnz"If a vaccine remains out of reach for years, the long-term changes could be truly profound," says @DLeonhardt https://t.co/Xe01GakEtWThe Supreme Court opinions in the Trump tax cases should make one thing very clear, says @joshchafetz. In future ov… https://t.co/P12JfM4fiV"I don’t have a bucket list. But if I did, a 17-minute conversation about lynching, while in line for ice cream, wo… https://t.co/R6kjaE4h5H"We might assume that Facebook has an ethical stake in keeping its content free of scams and misinformation. But Fa… https://t.co/jbqsjgm6GG"In the most populated cities, physical space is just about the most precious resource there is," writes @fmanjoo.… https://t.co/qOzHJSaSkC"Let us think long and hard before removing the memorial from the capital of the nation he helped found" #NYTLetters https://t.co/VdaR4hky0f"People always say no one knows what goes on in anyone else’s marriage. But that’s not true. The babysitter knows."… https://t.co/g1xM5GHboIAmerican children need public schools to reopen in the fall, and here's what it's going to take: more money and mor… https://t.co/P3T4TunV5VOther nations are checking the spread of the virus and preparing to reopen schools. America, by contrast, is squand… https://t.co/Mz55JulDOLColumnist @fmanjoo considers what the future could look like without cars monopolizing so much space in our cities.… https://t.co/9ZT97pdbdo"Biden’s gaffes, logorrhea, puffery and handsiness are part of the messy package that is Uncle Joe," writes… https://t.co/J4b9SThH7o"A University of Washington computer model suggests that 33,000 American lives could be saved from Covid-19 between… https://t.co/Zag3yYDYqkWhere can we find replacements for the Confederate names on military bases?  A fine starting point would be the lis… https://t.co/5GUnuuh1bN"As a country, we are now reaping what Republicans have sown. While Donald Trump did not start this, he has been fu… https://t.co/59w0isMhIVWhile Roger Stone once worked his dark arts from the shadows, his adversaries are now on to him, note the filmmaker… https://t.co/E4qKPRB9piNot everyone who rendered heroic service in the Civil War was male. Mainly known for guiding escaped slaves to fr… https://t.co/Z8zlGE3fJE"I’m hardly able to keep a regular journal without it feeling like a chore," writes @jordansalama19, "but writing t… https://t.co/FHIBa4uzPS“100,000 Dead Americans. One Wrong President,” said one ad from The Lincoln Project in late May.… https://t.co/2BB4Y4tRmiRoger Stone is an expert at manipulating people via social media, but he’s been banned from virtually every major p… https://t.co/qje0muUWzc"This is a time when Dr. Fauci should not be restricted in expressing exactly how he feels on all issues. This is a… https://t.co/Ybxl1fx6RCThe pandemic has given China a geopolitical opportunity unlike any enjoyed by an American rival since at least the… https://t.co/jJCWm1VHoS"A University of Washington computer model suggests that 33,000 American lives could be saved from Covid-19 between… https://t.co/6lbHYij6TlNot all Civil War heroes are men - so why not name an Army base for a heroic woman, writes ⁦@nytopinion⁩ https://t.co/lgB1fuRuqP
Retweeted by New York Times OpinionWhy do American cities waste so much space on automobiles? With space reclaimed from cars, there would be room for… https://t.co/0cPxCLi7qVBAM! NYT editorial. #ItsTime Opinion | Rename the Military Bases That Honor Confederates - The New York Times https://t.co/8kAvhReNUp
Retweeted by New York Times OpinionOrganizers have been pushing demands — from “defund the police” to “cancel rent” to “pass the Green New Deal” — tha… https://t.co/i45H3DEIMP"They want a break from prisons and the police, from carbon and rent. They want counselors in place of cops, housin… https://t.co/mxljQifElG"In most American cities, wherever you look, you will see a landscape constructed primarily for the movement and st… https://t.co/ZkbQ7G6qYX"If there is a single lesson of the current era of American politics, it’s that change can happen more quickly than… https://t.co/fkPSiax3QmAnd if Biden wins? "Mr. Biden may not seem like a history-altering figure, certainly like less of one than Barack… https://t.co/rzq6XejZaw"The biggest source of uncertainty about the post-virus American economy is political," writes @DLeonhardt. If Pr… https://t.co/Mu30E16ffyLocal newspapers will be one casualty. Department stores and traditional malls are at risk. Dozens of colleges,… https://t.co/zdC1X0h5YU"The best-case scenarios are now out of reach, and the United States is suffering through a new virus surge that’s… https://t.co/snuwhS1IHH"The future is unknowable. But the pandemic increasingly looks like one of the defining events of our time," writes… https://t.co/biPYoJmlqZA truly inspirational read. The graphics are worth checking out even if you are a skeptic. I’ve Seen a Future Witho… https://t.co/FHPUUm0l6C
Retweeted by New York Times Opinion"I’ve been wondering what our great-grandchildren will find bewilderingly immoral about our own times — and about u… https://t.co/dUmTCB5trlNever Trumpers aren't fighting to come in from the wilderness, @FrankBruni writes. They’re just fighting to get rid… https://t.co/1hS2YCsWT8"After all they’ve been through together, it’s fitting that Mr. Stone and Mr. Trump have arrived simultaneously at… https://t.co/nEjtPbwZmI"If you were scripting a historical moment when a rising power overtakes a fading hegemon, the cascade from establi… https://t.co/MdBOCGI0PZBeing president isn’t like taking the SAT, writes psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman. It is about having superior ex… https://t.co/I2ICLdksfjA majority of Americans now reject the notion that Confederate place names and monuments to white supremacy deserve… https://t.co/TNGL3c7JBBIn Denmark, schools held spring classes on playgrounds, in public parks and even in the stands of the national socc… https://t.co/LeiccIt42d"My retreat from Facebook may mean fewer online connections, perhaps at a time when I need them the most. But I’d r… https://t.co/ERLRJvpaFp"In the most populated cities, physical space is just about the most precious resource there is," writes @fmanjoo.… https://t.co/uykcuV7YMI"If a vaccine remains out of reach for years, the long-term changes could be truly profound," says @DLeonhardt https://t.co/vZdp0ZYr9JTo millions of parents, school closures and staggered schedules are "an intimate daily reminder that the president’… https://t.co/vewAcxw6IxThe public’s interest in access to Trump's or any president’s tax filings depends on strong reform legislation from… https://t.co/LOg9wGdjUKWrote a thing for @nytimes about white people expecting Black people to be walking, talking, antiracist booklists.… https://t.co/cBQ3NccRks
Retweeted by New York Times OpinionThink about Facebook as a seller of meat products. Some of its just fine, but much of it is tainted. The company kn… https://t.co/h1gine68X0"England has closed its doors to U.S. visitors. President Trump has so mangled our country’s response to the virus… https://t.co/wOFfWMbSsrWhat cognitive attributes matter most in a president? Psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman considers how we should view… https://t.co/fkfm0ZmCAY"A University of Washington computer model suggests that 33,000 American lives could be saved from Covid-19 between… https://t.co/1IiS6lolm4"These titanium legs don’t buckle," writes @SenDuckworth. https://t.co/BHCd9uiDCjThis @nytopinion blazes with the force of history and good sense, but I'm especially proud to see the idea that a c… https://t.co/42lMf0waie
Retweeted by New York Times OpinionThe pandemic has given China a geopolitical opportunity unlike any enjoyed by an American rival since at least the… https://t.co/ymqITUaWz0.@FrankBruni reminds us that "depending on the moment, about 80 percent to 90 percent of voters who identify as Rep… https://t.co/Vz9iOajmq6
Retweeted by New York Times OpinionWhere can we find replacements for the Confederate names on military bases?  A fine starting point would be the lis… https://t.co/TTrnTvDjLV
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