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"Haiti is more than just a troubled neighbor," writes the historian @agordonreed. "It is a nation whose revolutionary fight for freedom helped make the United States the country that it is today."
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“There is simply no theological or historical reason for Christians to hesitate over acknowledging structural racism,” writes @esaumccaulley.
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“If a member of Trump’s inner circle turns out to have been an Emirati agent, that’s a big deal,” writes @michelleinbklyn.
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"To write three books in four years about Donald Trump has been an immersion into his obsessions and fixations. This is why I know the obvious: Donald Trump will run for president again," writes @MichaelWolffNYC.
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"Republicans have created for themselves a political realm in which costly demonstrations of loyalty transcend considerations of good policy or even basic logic," @paulkrugman writes.
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@brianstelter
Brian Stelter
8 hours ago
>> @MichaelWolffNYC: "To write three books in four years about Donald Trump has been an immersion into his obsessions and fixations. This is why I know the obvious: Donald Trump will run for president again."
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2 hours ago
Why is America so bad at building infrastructure? @ezraklein asks @voxdotcom reporter @JerusalemDemsas to explain on this episode of The Ezra Klein Show.
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“Treating people with dignity itself empowers change. Those who feel respected are more likely to respect themselves. Humane treatment can spur self-care rather than self-destruction,” writes @maiasz.
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4 hours ago
At the very least, Biden’s Supreme Court commission “has opened a space within the political mainstream for serious consideration of major reform to the federal judiciary,” @jbouie writes. “It may not mean much now, but change has to begin somewhere.”
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Maia Szalavitz
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Harm Reduction is a gift from people who use drugs, not only for drug policy, but for other health crises like Covid my latest, for @nytimes
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Tom Zeller Jr.
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Most people who suffer from primary #headaches — principally migraines and clusters, but there are others — will tell you that the hardest part is the hopelessly diluted nature of the word "headache."
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The idea that policies should reduce harm, not demand instant and complete cessation of risky behavior, has gained currency in the pandemic, writes @maiasz. It’s important to remember harm reduction’s origins and the struggle to gain its acceptance.
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"It seemed to me that I was strategically seated in the lobby of Mar-a-Lago when I arrived precisely so I could overhear the efforts by a Republican delegation to court and grovel before Mr. Trump," writes @MichaelWolffNYC.
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"I think there’s still a way to enjoy the Olympics this year — and even to love them," writes @lindsaycrouse. "The appeal of the Games has never really been the Olympics as an institution; it’s the Olympians themselves."
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Alexandra Sifferlin
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Harm reduction has gained currency in the pandemic as a way to help people stay safe while keeping precautions sustainable. @maiasz shares the idea's radical history, and why the world has some of the most stigmatized people to thank for it:
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Those who suffer from headaches “are very often experiencing inscrutable, exhausting bouts of pain — or living in fear that it’s just around the corner, again,” says @tomzellerjr.
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“I’m tired of being cynical about everything. I read every day about how the ship I’m on is sinking, and right now I want to hear the band.” @lindsaycrouse on why she’ll be watching the Olympics this year.
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On The @EzraKlein Show, @jerusalemdemsas says that one obstacle to train access in the U.S. is a legal framework that ensures “if you are upset about construction, your voice will be heard above that of the interests of the majority of the population.”
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