Tag Archives: 9/11

Hot Takes and Sangfroid in the City of Light

An American expat in France on the Paris attacks of 13 November 2015. Continue reading

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The Worst People in America: Dick Cheney

“Dick” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Continue reading

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The Reading of Osama bin Laden

Bin Laden reading “New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11” is like Lee Harvey Oswald curling up with “Crossfire.” Continue reading

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Blue Spark, Part III

Grief, chance, guilt, marriage – and what drove Nelly Reifler, in 2003, to say goodbye to someone who was then very much alive. Continue reading

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Blue Spark, Part II

Grief, chance, guilt, marriage – and what drove Nelly Reifler, in 2003, to say goodbye to someone who was then very much alive. Continue reading

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Blue Spark, Part I

Grief, chance, guilt, marriage – and what drove Nelly Reifler, in 2003, to say goodbye to someone who was then very much alive. Continue reading

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Bush in Rehab

Is it possible to construct an argument that George W. Bush was not a terrible president? Greg Olear gives it the college try. Continue reading

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