Op-Ed columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner, @nytopinion. Author, “Bushworld: Enter at Your Own Risk” and “Are Men Necessary?: When Sexes Collide.”

Can You Eat in Bed?

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON Nora Ephron has been in the city that gave her heartburn twice recently: for a screening of her new movie, "Julie & Julia," at the White House, and for an unveiling of Julia Child's copper pots and cast-iron pans at the Smithsonian.

Presiding at Same-Sex Wedding, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Emphasizes a Key Word

nytimes.com — The groom and groom strolled down the aisle to the mellow strains of "Mr. Sandman." Wearing her black robe with her signature white lace collar, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg presided over the marriage on Sunday afternoon of Michael Kahn, the longtime artistic director of the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington, and Charles Mitchem, who works at an architecture firm in New York.

Maureen Dowd: He is heavy. He's my brother

post-gazette.com — WASHINGTON -- IT isn't about what we know now. It's about what we knew then. It is simply not true, as Republican presidential aspirant Scott Walker said on Friday, that "any president would have likely taken the same action Bush did with the information he had." That's not giving enough credit to W.

Maureen Dowd: As W’s brother, Jeb Bush carries the baggage of past wars

irishtimes.com — It isn't about what we know now. It's about what we knew then. It is simply not true, as Republican presidential aspirant Scott Walker said on Friday, that "any president would have likely taken the same action Bush did with the information he had."

He Is Heavy. He’s My Brother.

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - IT isn't about what we know now. It's about what we knew then. It is simply not true, as Republican presidential aspirant Scott Walker said on Friday, that "any president would have likely taken the same action Bush did with the information he had." That's not giving enough credit to W.

Maureen Dowd: Be warned, young people have strokes too

irishtimes.com — The thing that's easy to miss about Tara is how competitive she is. In a big Irish family of gabby, argumentative people, my niece is a lovely, willowy brunette with an easy laugh and a quiet manner.

Stroke of Fate - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — EDGEWATER, Md. - THE thing that's easy to miss about Tara is how competitive she is. In a big Irish family of gabby, argumentative people, my niece is a lovely, willowy brunette with an easy laugh and quiet manner.

Feminist fable or misogynistic nightmare?

mysanantonio.com — Even without hair on her head or flesh on her legs, Ava has enough allure and cunning to become a classic film noir robot vixen. Ava is the appealing heroine, or apocalyptic villainess, of "Ex Machina," a stylish sci-fi thriller set in the near future, written and directed by Alex Garland, a 44-year-old Brit who wrote the 2002 zombie hit "28 Days Later."

Maureen Dowd: Beware our robotic mind children

timesunion.com — Even without hair on her head or flesh on her legs, Ava has enough allure and cunning to become a classic film noir robot vixen. Ava is the appealing heroine, or apocalyptic villainess, of "Ex Machina," a stylish sci-fi thriller set in the near future, written and directed by Alex Garland, a 44-year-old Brit who wrote the 2002 zombie hit "28 Days Later."

Beware Our Mind Children

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - ARE women necessary? Not with Ava around. Even without hair on her head or flesh on her legs, Ava has enough allure and cunning to become a classic film noir robot vixen. Despite being a plastic and mesh gizmo locked in a glass cell, she can enmesh men with frightening ease.
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