I still can’t talk about what happened to me because of a non-disclosure agreement.
New York Times Opinion"My NDA means I am legally prohibited from discussing — in public and in private — what happened to me," writes @GretchenCarlson. "It means I cannot consult with filmmakers, writers, journalists or anyone else telling my story."
New York Times Opinion"Today I call on Fox News to release me, and all employees forced to sign NDAs as a condition of harassment settlements, from these agreements immediately," writes @GretchenCarlson
The only thing necessary for bigots to be normalized is for the unbigoted to shrug.
New York Times Opinion"To support Labour is to say anti-Semitism wasn’t your deal-breaker; that it doesn’t put you to shame; that you see it as no threat to your own well-being," writes Bret Stephens
The president’s campus intervention ignores the bigger threat of anti-Semitism and threatens speech.
New York Times OpinionThe tides of anti-Semitism continue to rise higher, and more government action is sorely needed. This week, President Trump took action, but he did as much to stir the waters as he did to settle them.
Everywhere you look, there are cleaner, more private and more inclusive loos. Thank social justice warriors.
New York Times Opinion"More restrooms," writes @fmanjoo, "are now explicitly inclusive and accessible, designed for people who are physically disabled; are gender nonconforming; are traveling with children; or are otherwise in need of special accommodation."
New York Times Opinion"Trump’s genius in 2016 lay in his willingness — indeed, his eagerness — to openly and aggressively unleash the forces of racial and ethnic hostility that Republican elites had quietly capitalized upon for decades," @edsall writes
How does Trump’s attorney general keep a straight face?
New York Times OpinionAll these supposedly godly men — Bill Barr, Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence and more — rationalize that Trump’s indulgence of certain religious factions absolves him of his sins, says @FrankBruni. Barr is the principal agent of that absolution.
New York Times OpinionAs attorney general, Barr is supposed to be the nation’s lawyer. But he has bought into the autocratic delusion that Trump equals America, and he's the president's advocate, come hell or high crimes, @FrankBruni writes.
This is what I tell young people who press me for advice.
New York Times OpinionThe most important decision you will make is not the university you attend, nor your major, not even your first job. It’s who you marry or settle down with, writes @NickKristof.
The micro- and macro-organisms that saved humanity from our climate crisis are now changing us — and might destroy us.
New York Times Opinion"How ironic, then, if we did not actually outrun the climate crisis, but became It and were subsumed by It and now we do not know what we are, because we have been made so different," writes @jeffvandermeer, in an op-ed from the future
Leading social indicators should please them, but somehow it is only Trump who stands between us and the apocalypse.
New York Times OpinionLeading social indicators are trending in a direction Christian conservatives should be happy about, notes @Peter_Wehner. So why do some of them think President Trump is the only person who stands between us and the apocalypse?