For the most part, women are actually being believed. Lifelong sexual predators are being forced to resign, undergo investigations, and even face criminal charges. Feminist writers warn, rightly, that a backlash looms. But in the meantime, a lesson is being driven home: don’t put male politicians on pedestals, unless you want to clean up the damage when they fall. This was not the lesson the male-dominated media wanted to teach us.
There are two ways to interpret the testimony of Attorney General Jeff Sessions as he faced yet another round of questioning over his role in the Russian interference scandal. The first is that he is a skillful liar, flagrantly flirting with perjury as he denies or pretends to forget his well-documented connections to Russian officials and his relationships with Kremlin-tied Trump lackeys like George Papadopolous and Carter Page.
Here are some of my articles, speeches and interviews from the past three weeks, otherwise known as a millennium in Trump Time…How Data Can Save Us From the Trumpocalypse (10/16/17) — Fast Company Paul Manafort charges don’t ensure justice — but it’s a start (10/30/17) — Globe and Mail Russia’s Social Media Propaganda Was Hiding in Plain Sight (11/2/17) — NBC News Voter ID laws, hackers, gerrymandering — just how much can a democracy take?
@JZED74 Thanks! Today was the first holiday I took off in over a year. I ate pie, played board games with my oldest kid, and showed my youngest kid how to make a turkey out of his handprint. Greatly preferable to my usual schedule! 😂 https://t.co/GaqwzSOyrX
@ava Saw the trailer for "A Wrinkle in Time" today on the big screen before "Coco" and got teary-eyed. My all-time favorite book, finally done right. Thank you for giving me something to look forward to in 2018!
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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