In his commentary piece in yesterday’s New York Times, Friedman wrote:
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[N]ow that Trump is about to put his hand on the Bible and be sworn in, I’ve never been more worried for my country.
Excellent take down of Thomas Friedman’s newest NY Times best seller by Justin Peters of Slate.
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“Thank You for Being Late was put to bed well before the presidential election, and throughout the text Friedman makes occasional dismissive references to Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
Like many genre writers I find it difficult to write when I’m also reading in genre. Occasionally, while writing, I’ll read a romance in another genre and sometimes, after the writing is done I’ll treat myself to a book within my own contemporary genre but most times I read non-fiction. 598 more words
New York Times’ Tom Friedman Projects His Own Sins Onto Netanyahu
by Ira Stoll
December 29, 2016
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman likens Prime Minister Netanyahu to a “dog” and a “drunk” — and then, with a remarkable lack of self-awareness, faults President-elect Trump’s choice to be ambassador to Israel for insulting other Jews. 70 more words