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Phillip Weiss: Finally, Israel is alienating the US mainstream media

“Perhaps most important, the vast majority of Gazans cannot leave Gaza. They live under restrictions that make this narrow coastal strip, which the United Nations considers occupied by Israel, unlike anywhere else.”

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New Yorker Archive free for "the Summer" - Get reading!

This summer (in the northern hemisphere), the New Yorker has taken down its paywall! The archive is now free to read. This magazine has some of the best long-form writing I have ever had the pleasure to read. 407 more words


Exploring the New Yorker's Archives

The New Yorker‘s archives are open to all for the next couple months. After that, the metered paywall goes up. So for those of you who haven’t subscribed, here are a few recommended gems: 118 more words


The Very Serious Matter of Walking in New York City

It is two o/ clock in the morning and I have been inspired to take up my pen. During one of my late night perusals of the news before grabbing some shut eye I happened upon an article on the BBC news site by Home Editor Mark Easton titled “Advice for Foreigners on How Britons walk.” The title alone was eye catching. 1,304 more words

Biden: I Looked Putin In The Eyes And Told Him He Didn’t Have A Soul


Biden: I Looked Putin In The Eyes And Told Him He Didn’t Have A Soul

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Here are the 15 best short stories you can read at the 'New Yorker'

Now that the New Yorker has opened its paywalled gates for every article since 2007 for the next three months, there’s never been a better time to read through its legendary archive of short stories. 211 more words




by Sarah Stillman, New Yorker, 2013

I actually tried, but could not stay away for long.  I get some comments in my spam box that seem like genuine compliments, and my visitor statistics indicate that at least a few people use/read this, which I’ve done with zero advertising, so, I feel compelled to soldier on. 132 more words

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