In today's column for the New York Times, David Brooks wrote about how portraying a distinct identity gives us power — and instead of being limiting, it opens doors.
This concept hit him over the head after attending a Bruce Springsteen concert in Spain, where he saw "56,000 enraptured Spaniards, pumping their fists in the air in fervent unison and bellowing at the top of their lungs, 'I was born in the U.
RON RADOSH: The New York Times Runs A Hit Job On Ann Romney. Funny, when Bruce Springsteen was opining on the evils of the 1%, they weren’t talking about Jessica Springsteen’s equestrianism. Equestrianism that involves lawsuits over... Read Post
Earlier this week, New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote about how “the dignity code” has been “completely obliterated” in Washington, DC. Discussing the concept on MSNBC today, Brooks recalled how he “sat next to a Republican... Read Post
David Brooks gets gushy for Bruce, goes to Europe and has a pretty weak epiphany about the power of a mythologized personal geography. Hey politicians: you should try it! Read the full column at the New York Times: The oddest moment... Read Post