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To the Editor: While Ross Douthat attempts to make supporters of a woman’s right to choose feel guilty for permitting a “disgusting” procedure, he conveniently forgets that countless other surgeries can be perceived as “barbaric”—an amputation, a colectomy or even... Continue reading
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I've been blogging since 5 November 2003, but I've been on TypePad for only the past seven years. I first used TypePad on 1 August 2008, having tried Blogger, PowerBlogs, and WordPress with mixed results. I'm happy to report that... Continue reading
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To the Editor: “Ending the Abuse of Laws, Workers and the Environment at Sea” (“The Outlaw Ocean” series, nytimes.com, July 27) lists how we can conserve the oceans and rightly points out that much more needs to be done. As... Continue reading
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To the Editor: Re “Push to Lift Hourly Pay Is Now Serious Business” (front page, July 24): Raising the minimum wage in New York would harm rather than help workers in the fast-food industry. Some employees no doubt would be... Continue reading
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To the Editor: Frank Bruni rightly notes the lack of sleep suffered by high school students under the pressure to excel (“Today’s Exhausted Superkids,” column, July 29). Another factor also contributes to students’ exhaustion: the poor fit between their biorhythms... Continue reading
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To the Editor: Re “What Makes a Shooter Do It?” (news analysis, Sunday Review, July 26): A common denominator in the growing incidence of mass shootings—the sociopathic dysfunction of the perpetrators—mandates the legislated imposition of universal and exacting background checks... Continue reading
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Seven-Inning Felix (12-6) got bombed this afternoon, at home. He threw 106 pitches in six and two-thirds innings, giving up seven earned runs to the third-place Arizona Diamondbacks. He's on pace to win 18.3 games. How is this man worth... Continue reading
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