GUESTS OF DAVID BROOKS WORST HURT: New Yorkers refuse to eat these hard-to-pronounce dishes: study.
Yeah, what else is new. After all no thinks that a conservative columnist writing for the country's most important newspaper should have any clue about the topics they cover. Brooks uses his column today to tell us that workers are getting...Show More Summary
Here is what The New York Times paid Mr. David Brooks a large pile of money to write today: Atlantis: A Land of Contrasts. Noah. Noah. Noah. Noah. Noah. Both Sides! Why won't Obama lead? What? You think I'm kidding? From Mr. David Brooks in The New York Times today Harvey, Irma, Jose … and Noah. And we're off... read more
Everton leading the chase for highly rated midfielder, Goodison move will be ideal for player - originally posted on Sportslens.com Everton are interested in signing the highly rated Sheffield United midfielder David Brooks. The 20-year-old midfielder was a member of England’s U21 squad before being called up to the Wales U21 squad. Show More Summary
How can America's Most Ubiquitous Conservative Public Intellectual possibly explain how his Republican Party's position on climate change went from this -- [embed eid="25593" /] -- to this -- [embed eid="25594" /] -- in just ten years? Was...Show More Summary
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David Brooks: “Conservative universalists are coming to realize their party has become a vehicle for white identity and racial conflict. This faction is prior to and deeper than Trump.” “When you have an intraparty fight about foreign or domestic issues, [...]
The Baltimore Museum of Art announced today seven new trustees have joined its board: Heidi Berghuis, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, Brooke Lierman, David H. Milton, Adam Pendleton, Scott Schelle, and Wilma Bulkin Siegel. These will join...Show More Summary
I much appreciated today's column by David Brooks, though he seems to be describing center-right moderates more than center-left moderates (or is that my own bias showing up?). David also taught me a new word: syncretistic. It refers to combining different forms of belief.
Because cold showers are having a moment, check out today's mid-day links: Bannon on the precipice, David Brooks toilet paper, OKCupid bans crying Nazi, Mitt Romney calls out Trump, new Grizzly Bear album, and horses sliding down a hill. Show More Summary
David Brooks recently argued that James Damore's anti-gender-diversity memo was right, and that Google was wrong to fire him ("Sundar Pichai Should Resign as Google’s C.E.O.", NYT 8/11/2017), giving us another example of his long-standing fascination with pseudo-scientific justifications of gender and ethnic stereotypes. Show More Summary
COINCIDENCE, I’M SURE: Going to the New York Times opinion page to reread David Brooks’ column calling for Google’s Sundar Pichai to resign, and I get this:
On Friday, in an op-ed which made the paper's print edition, David Brooks, the alleged conservative commentator at the New York Times, surprised more than a few people by calling for Google CEO Sundar Pichai to resign over his awfulShow More Summary
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DAVID BROOKS IS RIGHT: Sundar Pichai Should Resign as Google’s C.E.O.
DAVID BROOKS: Sundar Pichai Should Resign as Google’s C.E.O. The mob that hounded Damore was like the mobs we’ve seen on a lot of college campuses. We all have our theories about why these moral crazes are suddenly so common. I’d say that radical uncertainty about morality, meaning and life in general is producing intense […]
New York Times columnist David Brooks makes the case Friday that Google CEO Sundar Pichai should resign because of how badly he handled this week's "memo" controversy. Dealing with the aftermath required the subtlety of a skilled leader, but Pichai instead assumed a "mob" mentality to unfairly demonize now-fired engineer...
As controversy continues to swirl around fired Google engineer James Damore and his memo about gender diversity, longtime New York Times columnist David Brooks has placed blame squarely on the shoulders of Google CEO Sundar Pichai. In...Show More Summary
Future historians who want to get a good bead on what things were like during the inmates-running-the-asylum madhouse of American politics in the Year of our Lord 2017 could do worse than study Mr. David Brooks' column in The New York...Show More Summary
It appears that the mind of David Brooks has been infected with the image of Donald Trump and he needs to take extreme measures to quit thinking about him. Perhaps Brooks could hang a pair of Barack Obama's pants in front of him and stare at its perfect crease for hours on end to take his mind off the Trump demon that has infected him. Show More Summary