March 16, 2012 Posted by Jay Livingston In a commen t about the “Why I’m Leaving Goldman” op-ed, Peter Moskos wrote, People working there have always been pricks. I mean, they were already pricks in college in the early 1990s. Were they? In my early days in New York, I knew a gentle soul named Bruce. Whatever the opposite of macho is (mousy?), he was it. Short, soft-spoken, reserved.
June 4, 2010 Posted by Jay Livingston Today’s Washington Post has a nice article about Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. It’s by Peter Moskos, who ought to know. His father, Charles Moskos, was a military sociologist – the man who coined the ph... Read Post
March 14, 2012 Posted by Jay Livingston You’ve probably already seen or heard about the Times op-ed piece that’s getting a lot of attention: “Why I’m Leaving Goldman.” A guy who has worked for Goldman for many years, has risen to a ... Read Post
December 20, 2012 Posted by Jay Livingston Immediately after the Newtown kllings I wrote a despairing post with the title, “Game Over - Guns Win.” Peter Moskos, who had a post with a similar title - Gun Rights? “Your Side Won” – rem... Read Post