November 13, 2013
In August, reporting an article about The New York Times’ future, I spoke to Sam Sifton, the former national editor now in charge of various nascent digital initiatives that the paper hopes will allow it to secure more paying customers.
I have a long list of methodological issues with PPP polls. Today, the list goes onto a second page.It turns out that PPP permits respondents who give “all 1s” to every question, which distorts their results.
November 12, 2013
A Year and a Half Later...
The first in an occasional series of updates about what's new at our magazine
Long before she was wrong about Obamacare, she was pushing unscientific hormone claptrap
The Fall of the House of Moon
Secret sex rituals, foreign spy agencies, Biden family offspring, and the war within the Unification Church's first family
It’s been widely noted that one of the biggest challenges for the Obama administration in setting up the new federal exchange for health insurance was that the project was much bigger than anticipated. Why?
Bill Clinton has been one of Obamacare’s most effective advocates—the "Secretary of Explaining Things," as President Obama famously called him.
“Brenda found several lumps in her breast in 2012. Every time she tried to get an appointment at a family planning clinic, she was told there were no available slots. The $50 fee was beyond her budget even if she could get one.
The Department of Health and Human Services will release initial enrollment statistics for Obamacare sometime this week, perhaps as early as Tuesday. But the disputes have started already.
November 11, 2013
JFK Was an Unapologetic Liberal
Conservatives are trying to claim him as one of their own. He wasn't. He was an unapologetic liberal.