Politico reported yesterday that the NYT will be filling the spot once held by Steven Greenhouse with TNR alum Noam Scheiber. I'm no expert on Schieber and his work on politics and labor, but a quick Google Search shows up stories and...Show More Summary
Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Noam Scheiber is now covering labor at The New York Times. Previously, he was a senior editor at The New Republic. (Politico) Rachel Van Dongen will “lead a new initiative” at The Washington Post’s national desk. Show More Summary
The New York Times is replacing the retiring Stephen Greenhouse on its labor beat with…..Noam Scheiber. Who is an OK reporter but when has he had anything interesting to say about unions? Does he even really care about unions per se? Has he walked a picket line? I don’t think he’s ever written about these […]
There hasn’t exactly been a dearth of terrible argumentation today, but here’s one more example for the case files – and it’s a doozy. According to Noam Scheiber, author of The Escape Artists, Bill DeBlasio has erred: instead of transcending the Obama coalition, Mr. de Blasio has become its prisoner…from the get-go, Mr. de Blasio’s […]
Unlike Noam Scheiber, I don’t have a problem with Bill DeBlasio emphasizing police violence against people of color. Scheiber would rather see DeBlasio become an economic populist and unite the poor of all races. Well, I’d like to see that too, but that doesn’t mean DeBlasio was wrong in emphasizing police violence. What Scheiber seems […]
Noam Scheiber highly doubts it: [T]he conservative message machine has gone on at length about the “constitutional crisis” the president is instigating. The right has compared Obama to a monarch (see here and here), a Latin American caudillo, even a conspirator against the Roman Republic. (Ever melodrama much?) The rhetoric gets a little thick. But […]
Noam Scheiber takes on one of the lessons du jour that always crop up after a party gets shellacked at the polls: how do we appeal to demographic group X that voted so heavily against us? In this case, the party is the Democrats, and...Show More Summary
Wally Bock: Leadership reading to start your week. Sensory Dispensary: Some classic Troggs. Some video of the funeral of Babe Ruth. Noam Scheiber on the influence of Valerie Jarrett. Anderson Layman's Blog: Warren Buffett's lifestyle. Show More Summary
Doctor Craig Spencer has tested positive for Ebola in NYC. This image shows him last month before his trip to Guinea pic.twitter.com/pYMifgCijp — Jason Morrell (@CNNJason) October 24, 2014 Noam Scheiber contends that NYC officials clearly lied when insisting “Dr. Spencer acted entirely appropriately and responsibly”: Despite the fact that Dr. Spencer presented a miniscule […]
(August 27, 2014 03:32 PM, by David Henderson) In an otherwise excellent reporting piece in the New Republic, Senior Editor Noam Scheiber gives his view about why the governor's race in Wisconsin is so important. To recap, Governor Scott Walker is running for reelection and he's the one... (0 COMMENTS)
MICHAEL BARONE ON THE NEW REPUBLIC’S NOAM SCHEIBER: Letting the cat out of the bag on the role of public employee unions. Noam Scheiber makes a good case for the importance of the Wisconsin governor’s race at the New Republic. But the most interesting thing comes in what Scheiber, perhaps inadvertently, admits. Referring to the [...]
By Michael Barone, The Washington Examiner Noam Scheiber makes a good case for the importance of theWisconsin governor’s race at the New Republic.
Noam Scheiber has a piece in the current issue of the New Republic about Hillary Clinton's imminent takeover of the Democratic Party, and today Ezra Klein interviewed him about it. Klein was especially interested in the argument that...Show More Summary
After speaking only Hebrew to his daughter for three years, Noam Scheiber explains why he decided to stop trying “to mold her in the Israeliness that shaped me as a kid”: [T]he older my daughter got, the less plausible the whole routine felt. Last fall, she started going to pre-school five days a week. Like any parent, […]
Silicon Valley is perhaps today's most polarizing business locale and topic, in the media at least. Noam Scheiber's investigation into the tech community's bias against older entrepreneurs and programmers (older = over 30ish) only fuels the persistent accusations of sexism, racism, and an overall be
That’s how Noam Scheiber describes Silicon Valley: Tech luminaries who otherwise pride themselves on their dedication to meritocracy don’t think twice about deriding the not-actually-old. “Young people are just smarter,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told an audience at Stanford back in 2007. As I write, the website of ServiceNow, a large Santa Clara–based I.T. services […]
Noam Scheiber has a nice piece over in the New Republic looking at the appalling problem of age discrimination in Silicon Valley. Essentially, everyone’s so focused on the disruptive potential of extreme youth that anyone who is actually old enough to grow body hair is ignored. Thus 35 year olds are getting botox in order to still keep a...
Just a heads-up, I will be discussing the concept of socialized law on Huffpost Live this afternoon (WARNING: autoplay video) around 3 or so Eastern with Mike Sacks, Noam Scheiber, and Leah Plunkett. Scheiber kicked off the issue last week...
Last week, Noam Scheiber wrote at the New Republic a column advocating for the socialization of law so as to prevent the wealthy from "buying justice." His column was explicitly founded in the claim that "the 99 percent" had a...
Noam Scheiber makes a radical suggestion. Eric Posner has lots of reasons why it'll never work. Burt Likko says, "There's a few things neither of you bright fellows have thought of."