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Notable Op-Ed Art of 2011
A selection of visual highlights from the past year.
nytimes  nytopinion  illustration  forsnd 
december 2011 by tysone
Room for Debate: What Color Is Best?
All year long, we've been entranced by the New York Times feature "Room for Debate," in which six people each share short opinion essays on a controversial topic—important and relevant questions from "If store-bought donations at the school fund-raiser are so wrong, what's the solution?" to "Is Anti-White Bias a Problem?" to "Rising Wealth Inequality: Should We Care?" In that spirit, we've decided to host a small "Room for Debate" amongst the Gawker staff, around the topic: "Which Color Is Best?"
nytcriticism  nytopinion  gawker  awesome 
december 2011 by tysone
Why women don’t contribute to opinion pages as often as men & what we can do about it | Poynter.
“I’m pretty confident that this is a problem we’re going to lick in the near future,” Collins said. “It’s only been about the past quarter of a second, historically speaking, that women have been encouraged to take part in the public debate. Now they’re completely engaged, and I know that’s going to be reflected in opinion pages and opinion sites.”
women  diverity  opinion  nytopinion  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Too Good to Check - NYTimes.com
This was an important “story.” It underscored just how far ahead of his time Mark Twain was when he said a century before the Internet, “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.” But it also showed that there is an antidote to malicious journalism — and that’s good journalism.
friedman  nytimes  nytopinion  quotes  journalism  ethics  facts 
november 2010 by tysone
Op-Ed Columnist - America Goes Dark - NYTimes.com
So the end result of the long campaign against government is that we’ve taken a disastrously wrong turn. America is now on the unlit, unpaved road to nowhere.
krugman  nytimes  nytopinion  prediction  economy 
august 2010 by tysone
The Wizard of Beck - Op-Ed Columnist David Brooks - NYTimes.com
So what is the theme of our history lesson? It is a story of remarkable volume and utter weakness. It is the story of media mavens who claim to represent a hidden majority but who in fact represent a mere niche — even in the Republican Party. It is a story as old as “The Wizard of Oz,” of grand illusions and small men behind the curtain.
politics  gop  media  pundits  nytimes  nytopinion 
october 2009 by tysone

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