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Damon has since been singled out for scorn and called an enabler in tweets from the likes of Jessica Chastain and Rose McGowan. He has a much different recollection of events, and the father of four daughters has a strong opinion of the heinous misdeeds by Weinstein characterized in the New York Times and the New Yorker . He wanted the opportunity to convey his side of that story. Here it is.

Yet consider the society Americans would have to live in–the choices they would have to make–to enable that kind of defense. Every member of Congress, and every other American of whatever age, would have to go to baseball practice, or to school, or to work, or to the post office, or to the health clinic–or to any other place mass shootings now take place–with a gun on their hip.


With this little adventure, the New York Times editorial board actively chose to formally become an appendage of the Democratic Party, eschewing all editorial distance.  It's just pure activism.  Also, importantly, their attacks on the policy itself are a blend of false, misleading and hypocritical propaganda.   (1) Despite the first tweet's assertion (they tweeted similar things at other Senators), the bill would only add $ trillion to deficits on paper -- under "static" scoring, which does not assume the new policy would spur economic growth and an inflow of resulting revenues.  There are strong economic reasons to believe that reform would encourage significant growth, with one respected nonpartisan analysis projecting increased GDP and close to one million new full time jobs created under the House-passed bill.  Would that growth compensate for all of the revenue reductions and red ink scored by CBO?  Quite possibly not.  Reducing Americans' tax burden should be coupled with spending restraint and entitlement reform, about which neither party seems to be serious, despite its mathematical necessity .  Republicans have been much more responsible on those issues than Democrats, but the president has made clear that he wants to steer clear of entitlement spending completely.  Separately, it's also wrongheaded to talk about how much tax cuts will "cost," because tax relief allows American workers to keep more of the money they earn -- which does not belong to the federal government by default.


Nyt helping hollywood players hook up

Nyt helping hollywood players hook up