NY Times columnist, co-author of Half the Sky & @APathAppears, facebook.com/kristof Newsletter: nytimes.com/kristofemail

Republicans are limiting funds to maintain national parks, endangering our greatest, most democratic legacy.

kentucky.com — I recently enjoyed a pristine alpine lake I own in the California Sierras. It's property so valuable that Bill Gates could never buy it. Yet it's mine. But wait! Don't stalk off - it's also yours. It's part of America's extraordinary, but now threatened, heritage of public lands.

Kristof: This land is my land (and your land, too!)

pressdemocrat.com — Not to boast, but that image is me enjoying a pristine alpine lake I own in the California Sierras. It's property so valuable that Bill Gates could never buy it. Yet it's mine. But wait! Don't stalk off - it's also yours! It's part of America's extraordinary, but now threatened, heritage of public lands.

Fate sealed by fear of refugees: Anne Frank today a Syrian girl | News & Observer

newsobserver.com — Anne Frank's family could not relocate to the United States due to tightening of refugee status in the United States much like today's stance with Syrian refugees. President Obama's reluctance to do more to try to end the slaughter in Syria casts a shadow on his legacy.

Anne Frank today is a Syrian girl - Jackson Hole News&Guide: Opinions

jhnewsandguide.com — On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "U.S.A. is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children mainly."

Today, Anne Frank is a Syrian girl

adn.com — AMSTERDAM - On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man here in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "U.S.A. is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children mainly."

Kristof: Anne Frank today is a Syrian girl

pressdemocrat.com — On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man here in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "U.S.A. is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children mainly."

From Jews then to Syrians now: Branding refugees as a threat

postandcourier.com — AMSTERDAM - On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man here in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "U.S.A. is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children mainly."

Anne Frank today is a Syrian girl

seattletimes.com — Share story AMSTERDAM - On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man here in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "U.S.A. is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children mainly."

Kristof: Anne Frank today is a Syrian girl

eastoregonian.com — AMSTERDAM - On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man here in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "U.S.A. is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children mainly." A vo

Anne Frank today is a Syrian girl

smh.com.au — On April 30, 1941, a Jewish man here in Amsterdam wrote a desperate letter to an American friend, pleading for help emigrating to the United States. "USA is the only country we could go to," he wrote. "It is for the sake of the children, mainly."
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Aug 29, 2016

RT @ForeignAffairs: Analysis of ISIS chatter on social media indicates that ISIS strongly prefers Trump over Clinton.  http://ow.ly/b699303HkUs 

Aug 29, 2016

Campaign to defund Planned Parenthood in Texas coincides with a doubling in maternal mortality rates  http://nyti.ms/2bvOcEm  by @paulkrugman

Aug 28, 2016

@MelindaMWedding Yes, but insulin keeps alive millions. Fritz Haber keeps billions alive. Same with Jenner. Borlaug maybe 1 billion plus.

Aug 28, 2016

RT @Con_Far: @NickKristof indirectly, I'd have to pick Johannes Gutenberg.

Aug 28, 2016

RT @jaymarose: @NickKristof Selman Waksman, discovered the cure for TB (killed 1:7 people who ever lived - ever)?


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