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Kristof: Two questions for Bernie Sanders

pressdemocrat.com — When Bernie Sanders won election as mayor of Burlington, Vt., in 1981, I called his office to see if there was a story there about a socialist elected official. I was interning at the Washington Post (I didn't mention the intern part!) and spoke at length to some assistant who answered the phone in the mayor's office.

My Take on Tonight’s Democratic Presidential Debate

kristof.blogs.nytimes.com — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders dueled tonight in the fifth Democratic presidential debate, and here's my play-by-play commentary. And no, this isn't a column or even a formal blog post; it's simply an assortment of my tweets during the debate. Think of it as journalism on the fly - here goes!
Feb 04, 2016

Here's my take on the #DemDebate, in the form of curated tweets, holding the candidates' feet to the fire nyti.ms/1nQP2NQ

Feb 05, 2016

Smartest one: My Take on Tonight’s Democratic Presidential Debate, via @nytimes kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/02/04/my-…

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2 Questions for Bernie Sanders

nytimes.com — When Bernie Sanders won election as mayor of Burlington, Vt., in 1981, I called his office to see if there was a story there about a socialist elected official. I was interning at The Washington Post (I didn't mention the intern part!) and spoke at length to some assistant who answered the phone in the mayor's office.
Feb 04, 2016

I admire Bernie Sanders in many ways. But I have two tough questions for him. My column nyti.ms/1nOK3xe pic.twitter.com/EHOS56rkS5

Feb 04, 2016

"In 25 years in Congress, Sanders has been primary sponsor of just three bills that became law." nyti.ms/1nOK3xe

Feb 04, 2016

The first two paragraphs of this @NIckKristof column are a can't-miss hoot: "2 Questions for Bernie Sanders," nyti.ms/1nOK3xe

Feb 04, 2016

RT @FrankBruni: The first two paragraphs of this @NIckKristof column are a can't-miss hoot: "2 Questions for Bernie Sanders," nyti.ms/1nOK3xe

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Movie shines a light on appalling gender injustice

postandcourier.com — Whether it wins or not, the Oscar nominee with the greatest impact - saving lives of perhaps thousands of girls - may be one you've never heard of. It stars not Leonardo DiCaprio but a real-life 19-year-old Pakistani woman named Saba Qaiser.

Kristof: Her father shot her in the head, as an ‘honor killing’

heraldtribune.com — Whether it wins or not, the Oscar nominee with the greatest impact - saving lives of perhaps thousands of girls - may be one you've never heard of.It stars not Leonardo DiCaprio but a real-life 19-year-old Pakistani woman named Saba Qaiser.

Kristof: Her father shot her as an ‘honor

pressdemocrat.com — Whether it wins or not, the Oscar nominee with the greatest impact - saving lives of perhaps thousands of girls - may be one you've never heard of. It stars not Leonardo DiCaprio but a real-life 19-year-old Pakistani woman named Saba Qaiser.

Nicholas Kristof: No honor in honor killings

post-gazette.com — Whether or not it wins, the Oscar nominee with the greatest impact - saving the lives of perhaps thousands of girls - may be one you've never heard of. It stars not Leonardo DiCaprio but a real-life 19-year-old Pakistani woman named Saba Qaiser.

Her father shot her in the head, as an ‘honour killing’

tribune.com.pk — Whether it wins or not, the Oscar nominee with the greatest impact - saving lives of perhaps thousands of girls - may be one you've never heard of. It stars not Leonardo DiCaprio but a real-life 19-year-old Pakistani woman named Saba Qaiser.

Where’s compassion in the GOP?

seattletimes.com — Share story Back in 2000, George W. Bush did something fascinating: On the campaign trail he preached "compassionate conservatism," telling wealthy Republicans about the travails of Mexican-American immigrants and declaring to women in pearls that "the hardest job in America" is that of a single mother. Those well-heeled audiences looked baffled but applauded.

Saba Qaiser's father shot her in the head as an honour killing but she lived

smh.com.au — Saba Qaiser in A Girl in the River. Photo: HBO Whether it wins or not, the Oscar nominee with the greatest impact - saving the lives of perhaps thousands of girls - may be one you've never heard of. It stars not Leonardo DiCaprio but a real-life 19-year-old Pakistani woman named Saba Qaiser.
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A diplomat tries to fight mass atrocities in Burundi--with Twitter! Go, @Malinowski! buzzfeed.com/sheerafrenkel/…

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Of course bankers should go to jail. But REGULATED finance is crucial for the economy as a whole. twitter.com/RobinAnnBarron…

Feb 04, 2016

Who do you think won tonight's Democratic debate?

Feb 04, 2016

Here's my take on the #DemDebate, in the form of curated tweets, holding the candidates' feet to the fire nyti.ms/1nQP2NQ

Feb 04, 2016

RT @SteveRattner: Sanders is right: US is the only country with no mandated paid leave. About time this changed. #DemDebate pic.twitter.com/jq66xbAUqY


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