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The League of Women Voters Austin Area appreciates the Statesman's coverage of the Austin Charter Review Commission proposal for an Independent Ethics Commission. We encourage its inclusion on the November ballot. The proposed Independent Ethics Commission is similar to the Independent ...
Hand it to New York Times columnist Gail Collins for keeping Old Buck in the news. Collins checks in periodically with folks at Lancasterhistory.org to solicit the latest word about a president often labeled “the worst president ever.” (The president she compares Buchanan with has no trouble getting attention ...

That is, if you were an editor, which opposing views would you solicit, and which would you decline to publish? I'm not looking for a comprehensive list. An example or two of each would be welcome. Email me at leonhardt@nytimes.com. Scott Pruitt doesn't like sitting in traffic. My colleague Gail Collins ...
GAIL COLLINS: Trump's visitor from outer space. Posted March 30. President Donald Trump walks onto stage to speak at Local 18 Richfield Training Facility (AP. EDITOR'S NOTE: Gail Collins is an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times. She is also the author of “America's Women: Four Hundred Years ...
EDITOR'S NOTE: Gail Collins is an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times. She is also the author of “America's Women: Four Hundred Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates and Heroines,” and five other books. My grandson just graduated from college and is having a terrible time finding work.
To the Editor: Re “Trump's Worst: The Winners Are In!,” by Gail Collins (column, March 1):. I feel bad that Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, was voted dead last among President Trump's top aides simply because he needs to fly first class to avoid disrespectful passengers.

The editorial board is composed of journalists with wide-ranging areas of expertise. Their primary responsibility is to write The Times's editorials, which represent the voice of the board, its editor and the publisher. The board is part of the Opinion department, which is operated separately from The Times's ...
Question: Do you think Donald Trump spends more time thinking about Hillary Clinton than Hillary Clinton spends thinking about Donald Trump? Sure does seem like it. The other day, Trump was discussing Russia at a news conference with the prime minister of Norway, when he suddenly announced that ...
Not the speculation about whether he's losing his marbles. That was during our “Fire and Fury” period last week. Now we're thinking about that lovely bipartisan meeting the president hosted Tuesday with members of Congress about immigration. Everybody was impressed by how concerned Trump ...
So, to start the year, our president bragged that he has a “much bigger” nuclear button than the guy in North Korea. Coming next week: Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un compare finger length and shoe and head size. That last is complicated by the fact that they have what are two of the worst ...
To the Editor: Re “Donald Trump's Gift to Women” (column, Dec. 14): The new wave of #MeToo-inspired feminist reform that Gail Collins anticipates looks backward to old notions of feminine fragility and moral purity. Following the questionable lead of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, this movement fails to ...
I wholeheartedly agree with Prof. Zephyr Teachout's view of zero tolerance for sexual harassment, coupled with due process and proportionality. I am also of the opinion that the group of Democratic senators who called for Al Franken's resignation are using the Senate as a political arena. As I write this ...
Ms. Collins is smart, compassionate and funny. She offers me an alternative to just despising President Bannon-Trump and the Congressional Mepublicans. Her column says take a moment, relax and laugh at the absurdity of it all. Humor is actually a very positive suggestion for helping Americans to cope ...
EDITOR'S NOTE: Gail Collins is a columnist for The New York Times. Let's talk for a minute about Mar-a-Lago. Donald Trump was there this week, hosting a get-together with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan. Important stuff to be discussed — North Korea, trade. The two men held a brief press ...
But, in the Wolff book excerpt at least, Pence is nowhere to be seen. The lone reference to him is this: "Gail Collins, who had written a Times column unfavorably comparing Trump to Vice-President Mike Pence, was 'a moron.'" Lots and lots of establishment Republican types have invested a lot of time and ...
Remember the case in which adults around several little girls convinced them they were the spouses of a monster? Now consider: Gov. Tom Wolf and most Pennsylvania legislators say it's OK to allow “corrective” surgery on children who think they're of the opposite sex. There's a reason children aren't ...
To the Editor: Re “Donald Trump's Gift to Women” (column, Dec. 14): The new wave of #MeToo-inspired feminist reform that Gail Collins anticipates looks backward to old notions of feminine fragility and moral purity. Following the questionable lead of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, this movement fails to ...

ALAN MEISEL, PITTSBURGH. The writer is a professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh. To the Editor: Re “The Great Al Franken Moment” (column, Dec. 9):. Gail Collins asks, “Ten years from now, do you think we'll be talking about where we were when Al Franken announced he was resigning from the ...
To the Editor: Re “The Trumps, the Poodle, the Sex Scandal” (column, Oct. 12):. I confess. I love Gail Collins. Her keen analysis of current events and delightful sense of humor have, on more than one occasion, helped me get through the near apocalyptic times in which we live. Rarely, however, is her wit ...
Gail Collins: Reading your column from Australia, I was wondering if you could go anywhere on the planet where the locals weren't saying: “Oh my God, Donald Trump!” American ... I was really struck by a terrific Op-Ed in our pages by Philip Klein, the managing editor of The Washington Examiner. Key line: ...
Ms. Collins is smart, compassionate and funny. She offers me an alternative to just despising President Bannon-Trump and the Congressional Mepublicans. Her column says take a moment, relax and laugh at the absurdity of it all. Humor is actually a very positive suggestion for helping Americans to cope ...
The Tribune published Gail Collins' commentary on June 24 and perspective on July 2, two ramblings taking up about 77 column inches, and for what? Collins, a liberal/progressive, used the space to lampoon President Trump and his cabinet choices. She offers nothing constructive. A definition of ...
Gail Collins, New York Times op-ed columnist and the author of As Texas Goes...: How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda (Liveright, 2013), talks about current political news from Washington. Brooke Gladstone, host and managing editor of WNYC's On the Media and the author of The Trouble With Reality: ...
“We've been dreaming of this since you and I were drinking out of a keg,” Ryan told National Review editor Rich Lowry in an onstage interview. Lowry immediately protested that he had not been fantasizing about health care for the poor when he was chugging beer in college. It was a preview of all that was ...
He has proposed increasing the nuclear arsenal and the ways in which it can be used, and is threatening the Iran deal. By THE EDITORIAL BOARD. Photo CreditEvan Vucci/Associated Press. Opinion. The Heartbeat of Racism Is Denial. What President Trump has in common with his supporters — and his opponents.
For instance, just the other day New York Times columnist Gail Collins referenced Wisconsin as she wrote about a House committee approving a bill that would make it impossible for states to ... Dave Zweifel is editor emeritus of The Capital Times. dzweifel@madison.com and on Twitter @DaveZweifel.
The New Mexican featured a commentary by The New York Times' Gail Collins (“The battle for the biggest button,” Jan. 5), that stated that Kim Jong Un's father, Kim Jong Il, “never needed to use the toilet.” The leaders of North Korea are given to making outlandish claims. My hope is that our esteemed ...
Steelers fan turned off by actions during anthem: Letters to the editor .... As New York Times columnist Gail Collins has noted, gun sales have ...
New York Times columnist Gail Collins likewise thinks beneficiaries of the ... Jacob Sullum (jsullum@reason.com) is a senior editor at Reason ...
After Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea, Gail Collins, the .... But McCawley, the newspaper editor, told me that, while Pence was ...
The National Review's board of editors called this revision “both welcome and ... The New York Times' Gail Collins argued in her column that it ...
We talk to New York Times op-ed columnist Gail Collins about the Department of Health and Human Services decision Friday to give ...
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. ... When New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote critically of his ...
Gail Collins: Reading your column from Australia, I was wondering if you ... by Philip Klein, the managing editor of The Washington Examiner.
Nevertheless, my editors sent me out again, this time to talk to Trump. He was then the new boy from Queens who'd renovated and glitzified a ...
Ms. Collins is smart, compassionate and funny. She offers me an alternative to just despising President Bannon-Trump and the Congressional ...
Charles M. Blow performs an important national service by putting into context some of Donald Trump's stranger locutions. “Beautiful” is always ...
The Tribune published Gail Collins' commentary on June 24 and perspective on July 2, two ramblings taking up about 77 column inches, and ...
Gail Collins, New York Times op-ed columnist and the author of As Texas ... Brooke Gladstone, host and managing editor of WNYC's On the ...
“We've been dreaming of this since you and I were drinking out of a keg,” Ryan told National Review editor Rich Lowry in an onstage interview.
Gail Collins's column in which “Can't Stand Trump” seeks help from the “Advice Lady” tells me I am not alone. How many of us have become ...
Suspending or expelling young students for behavior they can't control makes matters worse. There is a better way. 10h ago By SUZANNE BOUFFARD.
... necessarily reflect the editorial opinion of The Christian Post or its editors. .... Furthermore, in 2016, New York Times columnist Gail Collins ...
... one of three women in the group, joining Maureen Dowd and Gail Collins. ... And the last columnist hire by Times editorial page editor James ...
Nevertheless, my editors sent me out again, this time to talk to Trump. He was then the new boy from Queens who'd renovated and glitzified a ...
Ms. Collins is smart, compassionate and funny. She offers me an alternative to just despising President Bannon-Trump and the Congressional ...
Charles M. Blow performs an important national service by putting into context some of Donald Trump's stranger locutions. “Beautiful” is always ...
The Tribune published Gail Collins' commentary on June 24 and perspective on July 2, two ramblings taking up about 77 column inches, and ...
By GAIL COLLINS and BRET STEPHENS JUNE 13, 2017 .... I may have told you that when I was editorial page editor I read a lot of the reader ...
Could be a win. The bar is so stupendously low these days that if Trump makes it clear he knows what country he's in, it'll be a triumph.


 

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