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en-us Copyright 2019 The New York Times Company Thu, 21 Feb 2019 05:40:23 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 The Myth of the Border Wall https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/20/opinion/trump-border-wall.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/20/opinion/trump-border-wall.html Rose Wong Where the American frontier once symbolized perennial rebirth, President Trump’s signature project now looms like a national tombstone.

The Myth of the Border Wall

Where the American frontier once symbolized perennial rebirth, President Trump’s signature project now looms like a national tombstone.

(21/02/2019 @ 01:17)

Trump’s Idea of a Middle East Nuclear Deal

Ignore conflicts of interest and legal safeguards.

(21/02/2019 @ 01:13)

Rapists Presented by Their Church as Men of God

Southern Baptist leaders ignored the wrongdoing. An all-male clergy is part of the problem.

(21/02/2019 @ 01:27)

A Better Path to Universal Health Care

The United States should look to Germany, not Canada, for the best model.

(21/02/2019 @ 01:10)

Is the Future of ISIS Female?

Women are playing an increasingly important role in the insurgency — and security forces are not prepared.

(20/02/2019 @ 16:07)

What America Can Learn From ‘Roma’

We’ve been excluded from basic labor protections for too long. This is our moment.

(20/02/2019 @ 18:46)

Miami Battles Rising Seas

In 2017, voters agreed to finance adaptation efforts through property taxes. Now the first phase of those projects is underway.

(20/02/2019 @ 21:42)

Does New York Still Have a Future in Tech?

Amazon might have been the center of a new tech ecosystem in Queens. Here’s what the city can do next.

(20/02/2019 @ 22:47)

The Madness of King Donald

The new BBC production of “King Lear” is great fun — and an uncomfortable reflection of American politics these days.

(20/02/2019 @ 11:00)

letters: Is the Green New Deal a Good Deal?

Readers respond to columns by Bret Stephens, David Brooks and Ross Douthat.

(20/02/2019 @ 20:11)

letter: Mitch McConnell’s Misuse of Power

A reader faults the Senate majority leader for his actions no matter the cost.

(20/02/2019 @ 20:05)

letter: Paid Family Leave and Well-Being

A reader says it is necessary so that women can recover from the travails of childbirth.

(20/02/2019 @ 19:50)

Bernie 2020, Pro and Con

The strengths and weaknesses of the frequently underrated politician from Vermont.

(20/02/2019 @ 13:30)

The Stone: The Good-Enough Life

The desire for greatness can be an obstacle to our own potential.

(20/02/2019 @ 14:30)

Fixes: A Comeback for African National Parks

As wildlife authorities on the continent work with nonprofit organizations to secure ecologically valuable landscapes, populations of large mammals have grown.

(20/02/2019 @ 11:00)

What America Can Learn From ‘Roma’

We’ve been excluded from basic labor protections for too long. This is our moment.

(20/02/2019 @ 11:00)

What Is Wrong With Afghanistan’s Peace Process

A hasty American withdrawal will jeopardize hard-won gains such as constitutional rights, citizens’ rights and democratic institutions.

(20/02/2019 @ 06:00)

Election Fraud the G.O.P. Won’t Stress About

North Carolina officials present evidence a Republican operative stole a House race.

(20/02/2019 @ 01:05)

Is America Becoming a Four-Party State?

Fractures are growing among both Democrats and Republicans.

(20/02/2019 @ 00:32)

Venezuela’s Border Standoff

The military should stand down and allow in urgently needed food and medical supplies.

(20/02/2019 @ 00:28)

The Catholic Church Is Breaking People’s Hearts

It fires gay workers, vilifies gay priests and alienates parishioners who can’t make any sense of this.

(20/02/2019 @ 00:04)

Has Republican Resistance to Trump Collapsed?

William Weld has offered a glimmer of hope to NeverTrumpers. But many Republicans once opposed to the president are jumping on his 2020 bandwagon.

(20/02/2019 @ 15:04)

letters: Trump and the ‘Emergency’: An Update

Continuing reaction to President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency so he can build a border wall.

(19/02/2019 @ 20:59)

letters: As Catholic Church Leaders Convene to Face a Crisis

Readers see a way forward at the Vatican meeting this week.

(19/02/2019 @ 20:56)

letter: Amazon and the Autocrats

Ruth Messinger, a former Manhattan borough president, says democracy has been ill served.

(19/02/2019 @ 20:31)

letter: Immigration Detention Program

GEO Group, a government contractor, takes issue with an Op-Ed article.

(19/02/2019 @ 20:27)

On Paying for a Progressive Agenda

Getting fiscal about policy proposals.

(19/02/2019 @ 20:10)

Enough With the Hot Takes

The Jussie Smollett case is the latest reminder: Don’t be too eager to make pronouncements.

(19/02/2019 @ 13:25)

And Now for Brexit’s Second Act …

Are you enjoying the show?

(19/02/2019 @ 11:02)

Are Trump and Putin Opening Pandora’s Box?

Contention over the I.N.F. missile control treaty is complicated by suspicions on both sides that the other has broken its rules.

(19/02/2019 @ 19:42)

A Happy Marriage Between God and Budget Deficits

What keeps Saudi Arabia and Pakistan together.

(20/02/2019 @ 10:09)

Why Trump’s Emergency Mess Means Danger for the Courts

The president’s move has already been challenged in court. Win or lose, he is almost certainly forcing an alarming judicial precedent.

(19/02/2019 @ 15:24)

A Nation of Weavers

The social renaissance is happening from the ground up.

(19/02/2019 @ 03:07)

The Creeping Liberalism in American Islam

Far from spreading Shariah, as Islamophobes have suggested, America’s Muslim clerics are focusing on a more familiar trend: youngsters blending into American life.

(20/02/2019 @ 16:27)

What’s Really in Your Index Fund?

Investors love index funds, but they may not be as transparent as they seem.

(19/02/2019 @ 00:00)

Why Can’t Trump Build Anything?

Infrastructure won’t happen until the Democrats regain control.

(19/02/2019 @ 12:52)

Betsy DeVos vs. Student Veterans

The Department of Education secretary has been uniquely brazen, and unpatriotic, in her deregulation campaign. It’s time that she answered for her actions.

(18/02/2019 @ 23:50)

Jussie Smollett and a Perfect Crime

An object lesson in what happens when people in positions of political and cultural authority indulge their biases by suspending disbelief.

(20/02/2019 @ 23:36)

letters: Progressives and Day Care for All

Readers offer support, with a dissent.

(18/02/2019 @ 19:00)

Europe to Mike Pence: No, Thank You

The Trump administration manages to turn Germans into Gaullists, ready to flirt with Russia and contemplate strategic independence.

(19/02/2019 @ 06:58)

letter: Trump’s Nuclear Reversal

The president of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles says the New Cold War has officially begun.

(18/02/2019 @ 18:30)

letters: Rocking Myself to Sleep

Readers describe how the motion helps them drift off.

(18/02/2019 @ 18:00)

Jazz on the Edge of Change

Before 1919, the music was considered more novelty than art. Then a military band changed everything.

(20/02/2019 @ 02:56)

The Stone: Athens in Pieces: In Aristotle’s Garden

It is unclear whether the Lyceum charged fees but, given its vast wealth, it probably didn’t need to. Sounds a little like Harvard, doesn’t it?

(18/02/2019 @ 22:36)

Thank You, New York

The city did the rest of the country a favor. Corporate-relocation handouts are terrible economic policy.

(18/02/2019 @ 13:30)

Revolution 60: Is This the End of Cuba’s Astonishing Artistic Freedom?

A controversial new decree threatens to derail a thriving cultural scene in Havana.

(18/02/2019 @ 14:04)

How Mitch McConnell Enables Trump

He’s not an institutionalist. He’s the man who surrendered the Senate to the president.

(18/02/2019 @ 11:00)

A Nashville Miracle

The ballet ‘Attitude: Lucy Negro Redux’ is a forceful claiming of female desire and sexual self-determination.

(18/02/2019 @ 17:28)

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