This weekend, The New York Times Op-Ed page published contributions from Tony Judt and his fifteen-year-old son Daniel. On no apparent factual basis, Michael Wolff announced that Judt had fabricated his son’s writing.
Today the younger Judt takes to the internet to respond. In a piece for the Daily Read More
In April, Kirsten Gillibrand called on the USDA to declare six additional strains of e. coli bacteria as hazardous adulterants–which would require the meat industry to screen for them.
“In America, in 2010, it is unconscionable that food is still going straight to our kitchens, school cafeterias and restaurants without being properly tested to ensure Read More
You know what we like? Feuds involving people named “Weiner.”
This time it’s novelist Jennifer Weiner, who took to Twitter yesterday afternoon to announce her displeasure at a recent blurb request. It seems an editor sent along a memoir by a writer (“Ms. Hoity-Toity”) known to scorn Ms. Read More
On Wednesday, a day after Anthony Weiner issued a scathing report about the gold dealer Goldline–which Mr. Weiner accused of using conservative commentators to “prey on the public’s fears of inflation and socialist takeovers“–Glenn Beck compared the congressman to Joseph McCarthy, and claimed he was using the power of Congress to Read More