Senior Editor, The New Republic
Friendship, character, . . . ethics. Also: Contributing Editor for New York Magazine and GQ.
newrepublic.com — On the basketball courts of New York City, there may be no truer measure of a player's stature than his nickname. If a player is considered good, then his moniker will be something straightforward: "Pee Wee" if he is short; "Lefty" if he shoots with that hand.
huffingtonpost.com — WASHINGTON -- In 2010, as the tea party was arriving on the political scene, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said the movement would "die out." "The problem with the tea party, I think it's just unsustainable because they can never come up with a coherent vision for governing the country," Graham said in a New York Times Magazine profile.
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