Texte à méditer :  Un homme plein de vices finit un jour ou l'autre sous écrou.    Marc ESCAYROL
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PRESSE du jour !
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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Wed, 15 Aug 2018 20:14:25 GMT NYT > Opinion https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png https://www.nytimes.com/pages/opinion/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss What Must Survive a Corrupt Catholic Church https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/15/opinion/catholic-church-sex-abuse-pennsylvania.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/15/opinion/catholic-church-sex-abuse-pennsylvania.html Jeff J. Mitchell/Reuters By making monasteries, of a sort, of our homes and hearts, we may develop the spiritual disciplines necessary to endure this seemingly endless trial.


What Must Survive a Corrupt Catholic Church

By making monasteries, of a sort, of our homes and hearts, we may develop the spiritual disciplines necessary to endure this seemingly endless trial.

(15/08/2018 @ 18:53)

Israel Is Proud of Who We Are

Some critics believe that a law defining Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people is a threat to the Jewish people. This is audacious and preposterous.

(15/08/2018 @ 19:00)

Does Your Identity Help Make Your Point?

Readers wrote about harnessing the power of their identities when offering an opinion, but without relying on it to do the work for them.

(15/08/2018 @ 19:05)

The Stone: Revelation of a Liverpool Soccer Fan

Devotion to this team has taught me to see the value in crushing defeat.

(15/08/2018 @ 10:00)

A Peace Icon Moves to New York, Where ‘Everything Is Safer’

After surviving jail in Venezuela, a self-taught violinist gets the chance to play once more.

(15/08/2018 @ 16:02)

Fixes: The Conflict of Interest That Is Killing Recycling

Some of the biggest recycling operations are owned by landfill companies whose profits improve when recycling doesn’t work well.

(15/08/2018 @ 18:51)

What if Mother Nature Is on the Ballot in 2020?

Democrats could have a strong issue to run on if the extreme weather persists and President Trump continues to dismiss climate change.

(15/08/2018 @ 00:33)

Worried About Turkey’s Economic Problems? China’s Could Be Worse

The fate of the world economy depends on how China negotiates a weakening currency and capital flight.

(15/08/2018 @ 17:44)

This Is Not the Way to Stop Homes From Flooding

The federal government is considering a plan that could cost taxpayers more money and encourage land speculation without addressing the problem.

(15/08/2018 @ 19:44)

letter: Trump’s Insults Across Racial Lines

Was the president’s tweet calling a black former aide “that dog” racist? A reader cites his harsh words about white critics as well.

(15/08/2018 @ 19:18)

letters: Rising Tensions Between U.S. and Turkey

Readers criticize Turkey’s president (who wrote an Op-Ed article for The Times) for his increasingly autocratic and theocratic rule.

(15/08/2018 @ 18:25)

Why We Obsess Over the Next Trump Tape

The allure of an “Apprentice” tape is the longing for a world in which both Trump’s racism and his unfitness for the presidency are beyond argument.

(15/08/2018 @ 12:10)

Disability: Poetry Is a Way of Being in the World That Wasn’t Made for Us

New work from 10 poets with disabilities.

(15/08/2018 @ 19:34)

The Mysterious Landscapes of Heat-Scorched Britain

Prompted by the dry, hot summer, ancient ghosts have emerged from the earth. They’re both unsettling and strangely soothing.

(15/08/2018 @ 10:13)

School Choice Is the Enemy of Justice

Charters make it possible to avoid the hard work of integration.

(14/08/2018 @ 23:13)

Prosecutors Need a Watchdog

A bill on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk would address a serious problem in New York State. He ought to sign it.

(14/08/2018 @ 22:54)

Op-Docs: Calving Season: Coming of Age on a Montana Cattle Ranch

A teenager helps her family save newborn calves during a snowy spring.

(14/08/2018 @ 19:37)

The Return of Latin America’s Military

The secretary of defense’s trip to Latin America offers a rare opportunity to show U.S. support for strengthening the region’s ability to fight crime and violence. Militarization is not the answer.

(14/08/2018 @ 20:24)

letter: Good News in Dark Days

A reader is buoyed by Times articles “that gave me hope that perhaps America has not completely lost its collective mind.”

(14/08/2018 @ 19:19)

letters: Firings of the F.B.I. Agent and the Trump Aide

Readers criticize the dismissal of Peter Strzok for his anti-Trump texts and discuss Omarosa Manigault Newman’s recording of her getting fired.

(14/08/2018 @ 19:09)

letter: Trump’s Snub of McCain

A reader says the president’s refusal to mention the ailing senator’s name while discussing a military bill named in his honor shows Mr. Trump’s immaturity and vindictiveness.

(14/08/2018 @ 19:05)

letter: Bankruptcy and the Elderly

A reader explains why today’s senior citizens are particularly vulnerable.

(14/08/2018 @ 18:59)

letter: The Joy of Fashion

A reader says she felt misled by killjoy feminists.

(15/08/2018 @ 16:32)

letter: The Magician’s Art

A reader says the magicians’ convention is welcoming to amateurs as well as to pros.

(14/08/2018 @ 18:49)

Calving Season

A teenager helps her ranching family save calves during a snowy spring.

(14/08/2018 @ 18:45)

Here’s How to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Without Taxing Them

Congress should require the share of electricity from low-polluting technologies to increase steadily over time.

(14/08/2018 @ 18:30)

The Revenge of the Lesser Trumps

They’re imitators. They’re operators. And they’re turning their teacher’s lessons against him.

(14/08/2018 @ 23:43)

Was Another F.B.I. Agent Thrown Under the Bus for Trump?

Peter Strzok’s humiliation is a message to public servants: Here’s what will happen to you if you cross the president.

(14/08/2018 @ 12:35)

Trump’s Sabotage of Obamacare Is Illegal

A president doesn’t have the right to dispense with laws he dislikes.

(14/08/2018 @ 10:00)

Lula: There Is a Right-Wing Coup Underway in Brazil

But justice will prevail.

(14/08/2018 @ 13:17)

The Stone: Our Deepest Condolences

We are a long way from the Stoicism of Seneca, but grief and how we deal with it is still a vital part of the human experience.

(14/08/2018 @ 10:00)

What The Source Taught Me

The hip-hop magazine was edited by black editors, for black readers. And it turned me into a philosopher.

(14/08/2018 @ 21:55)

Israel, This Is Not Who We Are

Orthodoxy should be respected, but we cannot allow the politics of a radical minority to alienate millions of Jews worldwide.

(14/08/2018 @ 00:20)

The Myth of Watergate Bipartisanship

The Republicans stuck with their president, right up to the end.

(14/08/2018 @ 00:11)

Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s Afraid of Nancy Pelosi?

The G.O.P.’s boogeywoman is the greatest House speaker of modern times.

(13/08/2018 @ 22:39)

The Raging Dumpster Fire of the President vs. Omarosa

We are yet again reminded of how this president has hired people who reflect and reinforce his nastiness, neediness and narcissism.

(14/08/2018 @ 13:01)

Welcome to the Resistance, Omarosa

She’s a venal scammer, but she’s right to tell all about Trump.

(14/08/2018 @ 11:58)

Watering New York’s Transit Deserts

Now that the city has capped ride-hailing services, it needs a real solution for commuters outside Manhattan.

(13/08/2018 @ 20:41)

Documenting ‘Slavery by Another Name’ in Texas

An African-American burial ground recently unearthed in Texas reveals details about an ugly chapter in the history of the American South.

(14/08/2018 @ 02:01)

Erdogan, Trump and the ‘Plot’ Against the Lira

Tariffs and tweets have worsened a dispute between the United States and Turkey.

(13/08/2018 @ 17:36)

letters: On Trump: Aid, Discomfort and Treason?

Readers discuss an Op-Ed article decrying Democrats’ “inflammatory rhetoric.”

(13/08/2018 @ 15:41)

letter: Ralph Nader, on Corporate Speech

The activist criticizes the A.C.L.U. for its support of corporate free speech.

(13/08/2018 @ 15:34)

letter: The Manafort Trial’s ‘Umpire’

A lawyer expresses unease with the judge’s behavior.

(13/08/2018 @ 15:28)

How Will ‘Collusion’ Play in the Midterms?

Voters will have to make up their own minds about how the puzzle pieces fit together.

(13/08/2018 @ 12:18)

Is Saudi Arabia Really So Angry at Canada Over a Tweet?

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is attempting to transform his country. The West shouldn’t undermine him.

(13/08/2018 @ 10:41)

The Stone: We Are Merging With Robots. That’s a Good Thing.

The old boundaries of the human self are being blurred by technology. The risks are real, but the potential is astounding.

(14/08/2018 @ 02:51)

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