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JOE GANDELMAN: The attmpted typecasting of Ronan Farrow

OPINION: Farrow built his brand 140 characters at a time on Twitter

So far, Farrow is remaining true to himself. The question is whether he can continue to do so for the long run.

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JOE GANDELMAN: Conservatives target free school lunches

OPINION: Rep. Paul Ryan hit new low with bogus brown-bag student example

Fortunately, the American mainstream isn’t ready to deny innocent kids free lunches or denigrate parents who sign up for free lunches so their child can compete with better-off kids at school.

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JOE GANDELMAN: Vladimir Putin gives the world half of a pace sign

OPINION: Putin seems to be laying the groundwork for more military interventions

While it’s easy to think the new century has brought change for the better, an authoritarian’s instinct endures.

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JOE GANDELMAN: Killing is more personal in topsy-turvy 21st century

OPINION: Values and logic are turned upside down in topsy-turvy 21st century

Self-defense claims in fatal shootings over perceived threats from unarmed people strain credibility.

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JOE GANDELMAN: President Obama is at a final turning point in his administration

OPINION: So far, the president has not lived up to expectations of his supporters or opponents

Historians may not give President Obama good grades on how he dealt with a difficult Congress.

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JOE GANDELMAN: Dont count Chris Christie out just yet

OPINION: Bridgegate so far has not hurt Chris Christie with voters

Unless something connects the shutting down of the George Washington Bridge lanes directly to the New Jersey governor, he is still in the running for the White House.

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JOE GANDELMAN: Cable TV transforms solid journalists into ratings grabbers

OPINION: Invasion of the Political Entertainment Media Body Snatchers

Journalists who get big-time cable gigs give up the qualities that got them there in order to chase audience and ratings.

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JOE GANDELMAN: 2013 a year of ups and downs

OPINION: And the envelope please …

Much of the political downside in 2013 came from self-inflicted damage.

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JOE GANDELMAN: President Obama may find his enemies are his best allies

OPINION: It's difficult to keep up with the quickly shifting journalistic conventional wisdom

As the second term of President Obama rocks on the waves of Obamacare, will Republicans end up making him look better by comparison to its gridlock efforts?

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JOE GANDELMAN: Tononto mayor answer to prayers of comedians

OPINION: Crack-smoking Mayor Bob Ford a sign that political standards are heading lower

Toronto Mayor Bob Ford saw his poll numbers rise as his reputation sank over admitted drug and alcohol use.


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