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Thomas Friedman Thinks Palestinians are Crazy in the Margins, While Israel is Crazy in the Mainstream

He should learn some math.

Thomas Friedman is an acclaimed columnist for the New York Times. He won three Pulitzer Prizes for his writing on the Hama, Syria massacre in 1982, the First Palestinian Intifada against Israel, and for his writings about terrorism after 9/11. 1,239 more words


the World is Indeed Flat

Thomas Friedman has once coined that “The World is (indeed) Flat) – since the growth of the internet, the hyper increase in technology and accessibility has altered the way we navigate the 21st century fabric. 255 more words


The Lexus and the Olive Tree - 5 gas stations

Thomas Friedman has a very interesting example to reflect his view on the world’s economies. I cannot say that I fully agree with him on this because businesses all over the world has now learnt from others for the better. 491 more words


What are You Reading

C.G. O’Kelly Library‬ Information Commons Coordinator, Forrest Foster is reading ‪‎The World is Flat‬ by ‪Thomas Friedman‬. This book is on the history of the 21st century, and the globalization being presented during that time.


Evil on a Biblical Scale: A Practical View

The preoccupation with error is nothing more than a decision not to know.” (Secret 131 from Secrets of Heaven)

I have pegged a NY Times column…

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Our country's tried and true formula for success.

Thomas Friedman answers the Quora question, 

What is the most urgent issue in America that needs to be addressed?

The short answer is to get back to our tried and true formula for success.  150 more words


Impossible Missions, by Tom Friedman - The New York Times

“I just read a book that Barack Obama and Donald Trump would both enjoy.It argues that the last two decades of U.S. foreign policy were an aberration — an era when America became so overwhelmingly more powerful than any rival that it got geopolitically drunk and decided that it didn’t just want to be a cop on the beat protecting our nation, but also a social worker, architect and carpenter doing nation-building abroad.It was all done with the best of intentions, and in some cases did save precious lives. 309 more words

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