As anyone who has read an Op-Ed by New York Times columnist Frank Bruni knows all too well, New York Times columnist Frank Bruni is not very good at writing Op-Eds. True, he’s probably better at it than he was at being a political reporter. Then again, that’s an extremely low bar, considering how chummy he got with George W. Bush during the 2000 campaign. In fact, so long as Jeb Bush is never compelled to confess his “love” to him (something W did on multiple occasions) we’ll be able to say Bruni’s work has improved, technically.
For nearly a century, insulin has been a life-saving diabetes treatment. Now scientists are testing a tantalizing question: What if pills containing the same medicine patients inject every day could also prevent the disease?. via NYT Health
“Hillary Clinton, Loudly and Proudly, Taps Into a Vein of Support Among Gay Voters ” by AMY CHOZICK via NYT / Eethg. Corps. Inc. U.S. http://nyti.ms/1H0nJFt July 2, 2015 at 12:00AM The New York Times U.S.
“Misty Copeland, whose openness about race in ballet helped to make her one of the most famous ballerinas in the United States, was promoted on Tuesday by American Ballet Theater, becoming the first African-American female principal dancer in the company’s 75-year history.”
A Plan to Resettle Hong Kongers in Northern Ireland? Surely You Jest.
The latest from the New York Times! By AUSTIN RAMZY A proposal discussed by British officials in the early 1980s may have been a joke, but it highlighted concerns in Hong Kong about the impending handover and in Northern Ireland about ongoing sectarian unrest.World http://ift.tt/1JBto8G