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47 days ago

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417 days ago

I don't really think much of them, because the magazine is pretty irrelevant. US News & World Report nowadays is pretty much known for their superficial educational rankings.

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417 days ago

My opinion of Newsweek has always been the same and still is today. Sometimes it's good and sometimes it bores me. I actually prefer reading their online magazine, "The Daily Beast" more.

I do remember some years ago when Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears were at the height of their paparazzi attention and Newsweek decided to make a cover story out of it. Ironically, we were staying at a Hilton the night before the magazine came out and at the time, Hilton Hotels gave out free issues of Newsweek. When we went down for breakfast, there were copies of Newsweek everywhere with an intoxicated Paris Hilton and Britney Spears on the cover. It was really funny and sad at the same time. I can just imagine how badly that would have pissed of Conrad Hilton if he were still alive.

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446 days ago

He's more of a neo-liberal, but really the differences between a hard-core neoconservative and a neo-liberal oftentimes simply comes to methods and execution.

This is a guy who recently argued that the Soviet Union never represented a threat to the US. Apparently he's forgotten that whole episode with Nikita Khrushchev banging his shoe on a table, threatening that "we will bury you," or a major confrontation like the Cuban Missile Crisis, or Berlin, or any other number of skirmishes during the Cold War. What's even more odd is that he considers Iran, a nation with only $7 billion in military expenditures against our $700 billion, no nuclear weapons, or delivery capabilities, a graver physical security threat to the US than the Soviets were.

Tell me again why he still has a regular spot on the op-ed page of the NY Times. Surely there are more meritorious writers out there than this guy.

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463 days ago

I certainly read it daily, and there's plenty of fine work here, but the fact is that in recent years, it has been an active conduit for government disinformation and propaganda, most notably their hyping of WMD fears leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

They lost a good deal of credibility in my eyes after that.

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