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The former U.N. Ambassador and long-serving United States senator's efforts on behalf of Israel and against anti-Semitism are many. But the battle against the resolution has, deservedly, taken on a special status. Moynihan had never been to Israel, but, as he noted, the resolution, “reeked of the totalitarian ...
Moreover, politicians and corporate managers can seize on the predicted bankruptcy to do what they wanted to do all along. Senator Daniel Moynihan once pointed out that if people think Social Security is broke, it's easier to shut it down. No matter who makes it, the bankruptcy charge is a direct political ...

“There used to be this concept, [as the later Senator] Daniel Moynihan used to say: 'You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts.' Facts are irrefutable. Well, it turns out people are saying: 'No, facts are not irrefutable. We can decide whatever facts that we want, that we would like.' Right now ...
In a political environment where "truthiness," lies and reckless opinions muddy the waters, a founding father's faith in facts may be what saves us, says author Kurt Andersen: As a teenager, I was blown away by the idea that "truth is all relative," that reality is a matter of opinion. Then I grew up, and decided ...
The late Sen. Daniel Moynihan once told a political opponent, "You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts." Though this statement was made more than 20 years ago, never has it been more meaningful than in the deluge of digital media we are subjected to today. Never in human history ...
Sen. Robert Dole, Republican of Kansas, left, with Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Democrat of New York, on Capitol Hill in 1993. AP Photo/John Duricka ... With Senator John McCain's heroic return and Vice President Mike Pence's tie-breaking vote on a health care bill July 25, Senate Republicans ...

The concourse, Cuomo touted, means LIRR customers never have to go into Penn Station again. The concourse is the first phase of the Moynihan Train Hall, which was first proposed by the late Sen. Daniel Moynihan more than two decades ago. Schumer credited Cuomo with getting the project underway ...
... completed in March, 1965, became one of the most controversial documents of the twentieth century. Best known as the “Moynihan Report,” it launched the career of its author, who became a professor at Harvard University, a top adviser to President Nixon, and a four-term U.S. senator representing New ...
On Wednesday, the Urban Institute released a new report that revisits a famous study conducted almost 50 years ago by the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan. The original study, "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action," was written by Moynihan when he was an assistant secretary at the U.S. ...
Moreover, politicians and corporate managers can seize on the predicted bankruptcy to do what they wanted to do all along. Senator Daniel Moynihan once pointed out that if people think Social Security is broke, it's easier to shut it down. No matter who makes it, the bankruptcy charge is a direct political ...
Senator (Prof) Daniel Moynihan, 1974. Harvard Professor Moynihan, went from the classroom to the US Congress in 1976, and left us with several gems. The one about facts and opinion is one of them. That observation made forty-one years ago has pitted two of Nigeria's best known Adesinas against each ...
In 1993 Tulsa native, four-term U.S. Senator and cabinet member under two Democrat and two Republican Presidents, Daniel Moynihan called it “defining deviance down.” [4] One of his illustrations was the deinstitution-alization of mental patients who were released from mental hospitals to wander ...
Most people have heard Daniel Moynihan's famous quote to the effect that we are all entitled to our own opinions, but not to our own facts. Less famous, but equally true, is this quote from the science ... We elect a U.S. senator for how many years? 11%. Who was the first President of the United States? 23%.
As Sen. Daniel Moynihan once noted, “You are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts.” Grey2K is adept at promoting its own version of the facts, but we would hope for a more responsible approach from an influential Florida newspaper. Jim Gartland is executive director of the National ...
As Sen. Daniel Moynihan once noted, “You are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts.” Grey2K is adept at promoting its own version of the facts, but we would hope for a more responsible approach from an influential Florida newspaper. Jim Gartland is executive director of the National ...
It was the late great Senator Daniel Moynihan that imparted the wisdom that, “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.” I thought about those words as I read Tom Purcell's Dec. 8 column, “Americans give more to charity than any other country.” Maybe the real problem I have with ...
“There used to be this concept, [as the later Senator] Daniel Moynihan used to say: 'You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts.' Facts are irrefutable. Well, it turns out people are saying: 'No, facts are not irrefutable. We can decide whatever facts that we want, that we would like.' Right now ...

In a political environment where "truthiness," lies and reckless opinions muddy the waters, a founding father's faith in facts may be what saves us, says author Kurt Andersen: As a teenager, I was blown away by the idea that "truth is all relative," that reality is a matter of opinion. Then I grew up, and decided ...
... facts and science that some Americans cling to, and which dogs our political and social discourse today. Author and radio host Kurt Andersen ("Fantasyland") talks about why it's important to remember Senator Daniel Moynihan's famous quote, "You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts." ...
The late Sen. Daniel Moynihan once told a political opponent, "You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts." Though this statement was made more than 20 years ago, never has it been more meaningful than in the deluge of digital media we are subjected to today. Never in human history ...
Sen. Robert Dole, Republican of Kansas, left, with Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Democrat of New York, on Capitol Hill in 1993. AP Photo/John Duricka ... With Senator John McCain's heroic return and Vice President Mike Pence's tie-breaking vote on a health care bill July 25, Senate Republicans ...
The concourse, Cuomo touted, means LIRR customers never have to go into Penn Station again. The concourse is the first phase of the Moynihan Train Hall, which was first proposed by the late Sen. Daniel Moynihan more than two decades ago. Schumer credited Cuomo with getting the project underway ...
... completed in March, 1965, became one of the most controversial documents of the twentieth century. Best known as the “Moynihan Report,” it launched the career of its author, who became a professor at Harvard University, a top adviser to President Nixon, and a four-term U.S. senator representing New ...
On Wednesday, the Urban Institute released a new report that revisits a famous study conducted almost 50 years ago by the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan. The original study, "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action," was written by Moynihan when he was an assistant secretary at the U.S. ...
... by an independent committee of experts, but the program was rejected by the Palestinian leadership when it became public knowledge. Considering this missed opportunity, Ambassador Taub quotes Senator Daniel Moynihan: “You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts.”.
... eigen mening, maar niet op zijn eigen feiten.' De Amerikaanse senator Daniel Moynihan deed de uitspraak in de jaren 1980, maar ze is opnieuw erg actueel.
That's perhaps why Sen. ... the words “over 65” from the Medicare statutes was an idea championed by the late Senator Daniel Moynihan.
In October 2008, Powell endorsed Democrat Barack Obama for president over his fellow Republican, Sen. John McCain of Arizona. Powell cited Obama's “ability to inspire, because of the inclusive nature of his campaign, because he is reaching out all across America, because of who he is and his ...
The late Sen. Daniel Moynihan once told a political opponent, "You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts." Though this ...
Sen. Robert Dole, Republican of Kansas, left, with Sen. Daniel Patrick ... With Senator John McCain's heroic return and Vice President Mike ...
The concourse is the first phase of the Moynihan Train Hall, which was first proposed by the late Sen. Daniel Moynihan more than two decades ...
... author, who became a professor at Harvard University, a top adviser to President Nixon, and a four-term U.S. senator representing New York.
On Wednesday, the Urban Institute released a new report that revisits a famous study conducted almost 50 years ago by the late Sen. Daniel ...
Early in November 1998, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and his wife, Liz, entered the NBC Studios at Rockefeller Center, in Manhattan. Moynihan had come to tape an interview with me. He said, “Liz and I have decided we're going to give you something today.” That meant an exclusive. But I was stunned by what he ...
The late Sen. Daniel Moynihan once told a political opponent, "You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts." Though this ...
She drew at one point upon an old saying of former New York Senator Daniel Moynihan: "You are entitled to your own opinions, but not your ...
At a recent legislative forum in Powell, our local state senator ... But as Daniel Moynihan said, “Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not ...
The concourse is the first phase of the Moynihan Train Hall, which was first proposed by the late Sen. Daniel Moynihan more than two decades ...
After days in seclusion, followed by a contentious phone call with Clinton—Kerrey took the guidance of New York Senator Daniel Moynihan.
As Adam Levine, a former senior aide to New York Senator Daniel Moynihan told me last week, whatever job Bharara took next would likely ...
As Adam Levine, a former senior aide to New York Senator Daniel Moynihan told me last week, whatever job Bharara took next would likely ...
“The Democratic Party needs people like Preet,” Adam Levine, once a senior aide to New York senator Daniel Moynihan, told me. “It's just a ...
As the late senator Patrick Daniel Moynihan said, “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.” A core value of libraries is to ...
New York Sen. Daniel Moynihan warned that it would become a partisan sword. New York Rep. Shirley Chisholm worried about divorcing ...
... for the seat about to be vacated by retiring Senator Daniel Moynihan ... in state politics, Kennedy considered seeking the seat of retiring Sen.
... author, who became a professor at Harvard University, a top adviser to President Nixon, and a four-term U.S. senator representing New York.
That demand was strengthened by the fact that Clinton had surrounded himself with economic conservatives, like Sen. Lloyd Bentsen and Wall Street's Robert Rubin.
As Adam Levine, a former senior aide to New York Senator Daniel Moynihan told me last week, whatever job Bharara took next would likely say a lot about his future plans.
Out of the 46 U.S. attorneys who left their offices last week, none did so with more theatricality and fanfare than Southern District of New York's Preet Bharara.
As the late senator Patrick Daniel Moynihan said, "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.


 

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