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The Pasty Little Putz, Dowd, Friedman and Kristof

The Pasty Little Putz has a question in “Up From Greenwich:” Can the G.O.P. stop being the party of the rich? Once my cats stopped laughing they pointed out what “mancuroc” from Rochester, NY had to say in the comments: “ ‘the Republicans could finally — and deservedly — shake their identity as a party that cares only about the rich.’ And the sun could rise in the west.” In “Angell in the Outfield” MoDo tells us that from Babe to Jeter, Roger Angell has taken his readers out to the old ballgame. 3,589 more words

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The Pasty Little Putz, Dowd, Friedman and Kristof

Mr. Bruni is off today.  In “The Parent Trap” The Putz tells us that you must over your children or the neighborhood busybodies and the police may step in.  3,909 more words

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The Pasty Little Putz, Dowd, Friedman and Kristof

In “Look Homeward, LeBron” The Pasty Little Putz says the quest for community leads a superstar back to Ohio.  MoDo is back to banging away on one of her favorite little tin drums.  3,696 more words

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The Pasty Little Putz, Dowd, Kristof and Bruni

The Moustache of Wisdom is off today.  The Pasty Little Putz has a question in “A Company Liberals Could Love.”  He babbles that Hobby Lobby and religious organizations serve the common good. 4,225 more words

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The Pasty Little Putz, Friedman and Kristof

MoDo and Mr. Bruni are off today.  The Pasty Little Putz thinks he knows something about “Stopping Campus Rape.”  He tells us that there are changes colleges could make in campus life that would address the root causes of sexual assaults.  2,606 more words

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The Pasty Little Putz and Kristof

Well, the Summer Silly Season has begun and Dowd, Friedman and Bruni are all off this week.  The Pasty Little Putz has decided to tell us all about “Immigration Reform’s Open Invitation to Children.”  He says the mere promise of amnesty in the future has played a role in the surge of children trying to cross the border.  1,686 more words

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The Pasty Little Putz, Dowd, Friedman and Bruni

The Pasty Little Putz, in “The End of Iraq,” babbles that the facts on the ground are shredding the official maps of Iraq and the region.  4,705 more words

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