Jeffrey Goldberg

Jeffrey Goldberg


Editor in chief, The Atlantic.

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I’m an East Coaster, and therefore inexperienced in such matters, but it seems as if LA just had a bit of an earthquake? Hotels don’t just shake like that for no reason.

"Housing is primarily unaffordable in this country because of persistent undersupply. In fact, institutional investors are entering the single-family-home market precisely because supply constraints have led to skyrocketing prices." @JerusalemDemsas :

"One might assume that when your boss finally comes to tell you that the robots are here to do your job, he won’t also point out with enthusiasm that they’re going to do it 10 times better than you did. Alas, this was not the case at BuzzFeed." @dlberes :

"After George Floyd’s murder, Mayor Jim Strickland convened a group to reimagine local policing, and although activists said they were shut out of the process, even that team’s report described widespread fear and distrust of the cops." -- @GrahamDavidA :

"The scenarios Republicans find themselves fantasizing about range from the far-fetched to the morbid." -- @mckaycoppins :

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Donald Trump, in a White House meeting, asked that a military parade exclude wounded veterans, because "nobody wants to see" amputees. My story here:

Noting that Putin is demanding the "denazification" of a country led by an elected Jewish president.

"6MWE" -- a slogan on T-shirts seen at the Capitol yesterday. It stands for, "Six Million Wasn't Enough." Nice friends you have there, Jared.

"Unlike immigrants, natural-born citizens such as Carlson are neither screened nor forced to pass a citizenship test nor made to swear an oath. And when they stray from the American way, no one thinks to tell them that they’re failing to assimilate."

"The president can put quotation marks around lieutenant colonel, as he did in today’s tweets, in an effort to demean Vindman’s service, but there is nothing to demean about his service, which has been in all respects honorable." -- @benjaminwittes .

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