The following is an excerpt from OpinionJournal’s “Best of the Web” at The Wall Street Journal written by the editor, James Taranto.
Question and Answer
- “Why Do We Care if Facebook Is Biased?”—headline, NewYorker, May 11
- “Facebook Will Help Gather Questions for Presidential Debate”—headline, TheHill, Sept. 15
A Place for Everything, and Everything in Its Place
- “Carly Fiorina Puts Trump in His Place for His Sexist Comments”—headline, MTV, Sept. 16, 2015
- “John Oliver Puts Donald Trump in His Place After Untruthful Tweet”—headline, Fortune, Nov. 2, 2015
- “Artist Plans New York City Monument to Put Donald Trump in His Place”—headline, HyperAllergic, Feb. 25, 2016
- “Which Reporter Will Put Trump in His Place?”—headline, Times Union(Albany, N.Y.), March 12, 2016
- “The One Quote From Hillary Clinton’s Obama Rally That Put Trump in His Place”—headline, Bustle, July 5, 2016
- “Samantha Bee Puts Trump in His Place, Among History’s Greatest Fearmongers”—headline, Huffington Post, July 27, 2016
- “Someone Finally Put Donald Trump in His Place”—headline, Esquire, Sept. 14, 2016
- “Many others—Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio—have tried and failed to put Trump in his place. Now it’s Hillary’s turn.”—Timothy Stanley, CNN, Sept. 15, 2016
QBs in Paradise
The New York Times’s David Brooks weighs in with some advice for the youths:
This column is directed at all the high school football players around the country who are pulling a Kaepernick—kneeling during their pregame national anthems to protest systemic racism. I’m going to try to persuade you that what you’re doing is extremely counterproductive.
Somehow we doubt this will get through. After all, the jocks all read Thomas Friedman.
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