Prominent figures from Tucker Carlson to John Bolton gathered at the Ritz-Carlton to declare war on the conservative establishment and lay the groundwork for a new intellectual movement on the right.
Jeffrey Goldberg"Carlson mocked what he described as the progressive obsession with supposed racism: 'It’s such a boring subject,' he said. 'It’s such a dead end. It can’t be fixed; it can’t be changed.'" Great @emmaogreen report here
Jeffrey Goldberg"Trump’s line of attack—instructing a group of American citizens to “go back” from where 'they came'—is one that can easily be, and often is, deployed against Jews." -- @jkirchick, via @TheAtlantic
President Trump’s tirade against four minority congresswomen prompts the question: Whom does he consider to be American?
Jeffrey Goldberg"Maybe I should not live in envy; I should live in struggle. Maybe I should have been asking 'Who controls America?' instead of 'Am I an American?' Because who controls America determines who is an American." -- @DrIbram, via @TheAtlantic
Nearly 50 years after Neil Armstrong first set foot on the lunar surface, it’s clear that Apollo 11 will haunt the human imagination for a long time to come.
Jeffrey Goldberg"After dispatching Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the lunar surface, Collins whirled around the moon in a tiny, gossamer bubble of technology for nearly a day, the most isolated man in all the cosmos." -- @andersen