Aziz, We Tried to Warn You

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The most popular Opinion articles of 2017

Fox NewsDec. 29, 2017
Editor’s note: Our Opinion section enjoyed a record audience in 2017. Here is a brief summary of some of the most popular opeds of the year. 1. Gregg Jarrett: Did the FBI and the Justice Department, plot to clear Hillary Clinton, bring down Trump? Fox News contributor Gregg Jarrett and Florida Attorney …
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Top 10 Opinion articles online in 2017

The Straits TimesDec. 30, 2017
I often try to devote the last column I write each year to readers and their responses. In the old days, Dear Readers, you would put pen to paper and painstakingly write your comments, pop the letter into an envelope, write down the address and stick a stamp on, then mail it. Some sent hand-written cards.
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Aziz Ansari Is Guilty. Of Not Being a Mind Reader.

New York TimesJan. 15, 2018
All of this put me in mind of another article published this weekend, this one by the novelist and feminist icon Margaret Atwood. “My fundamental position is that women are human beings,” she writes. “Nor do I believe that women are children, incapable of agency or of making moral decisions. If they were …
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Aziz, We Tried to Warn You

New York TimesJan. 17, 2018
The books and articles and incidents and perspectives I listed above are nowhere near comprehensive, nor are they perfect, nor are they all in alignment with one another. But they are part of an extensive body of scholarship and activism, and they have been there this whole time for anyone who cared …
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Donald Trump’s Racism: The Definitive List

New York TimesJan. 15, 2018
Donald Trump has been obsessed with race for the entire time he has been a public figure. He had a history of making racist comments as a New York real-estate developer in the 1970s and ’80s. More recently, his political rise was built on promulgating the lie that the nation’s first black president was born …
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‘I Voted for Donald Trump, and I Regret It’

New York Times16 hours ago
In contrast to letters from Trump voters that we ran earlier, now we hear from two readers disappointed that their hopes didn’t pan out. To the Editor: I voted for Donald Trump, and I regret it. I thought he would change his divisive rhetoric from the campaign trail and never imagined he would divide this …
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Op-Ed | Why Aren’t There More Black Designers?

The Business of FashionJan. 17, 2018
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Response to The Guardian’s Opinion Piece on Tunisia

International Monetary Fund12 hours ago
Jihen Chandoul’s frustration about economic conditions in Tunisia is understandable, but claims in her January 17 article are misplaced. Tunisia’s fragile economic condition is a result of not just external shocks (such as terrorist attacks or weak growth in Europe), but also its model of state patronage: the …
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Op-Ed | Burberry’s Lost in a Fashion Wilderness

The Business of Fashion19 hours ago
Burberry Group Plc on Wednesday trumpeted its creative collaborations with the likes of model Cara Delevingne and Chinese-Canadian actor Kris Wu. There was one tie-up missing though: there was no news on its new head designer. Add in holiday sales growth that missed analyst consensus …
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Opinion: Why the media can’t understand flyover country

Agri-Pulse17 hours ago
The national media spent the last year sending reporters out to the middle of the country, trying to figure out what makes us tick. Some of the articles have featured places I’ve been and even people I know, but they never get the story exactly right. No matter where the story takes place or where it appears, …

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