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Friedrich Karl Berger has lived in the U.S. since 1959, but was recently deported to Germany after it was discovered he was a Nazi guard in World War II. "Which is it: real justice, or too little too late?" asks @MargaretRenkl. https://t.co/nIwYoVNBLX

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As reports of attacks on Asian-Americans have circulated, "a new generation of scholars, writers and celebrities have tried to figure out not just what to do, but what exactly is even happening, and how to discuss it," writes @jaycaspiankang. https://t.co/EMIJ3VkJKb

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“Elected Republicans who reflexively oppose a child allowance may need to catch up with their voters — and with economic reality,” @thechrisbuskirk writes. https://t.co/mfGn55gvkv

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What has Space Force done for you lately? Gen. John Raymond, @SpaceForceCSO tells @karaswisher on today’s episode of Sway: “Without it, you don't live the life that you live today. Your smartphones are really stupid.” Listen wherever you get your podcast. https://t.co/pMvHm4kmFS

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"Returning to pre-pandemic life is like taking a hot bath — jumping in too quickly will only get us burned," says @TalaSchlossberg. https://t.co/IyKSv27XoU https://t.co/Kb6IDG1fJP

"Returning to pre-pandemic life is like taking a hot bath — jumping in too quickly will only get us burned," says @TalaSchlossberg. https://t.co/IyKSv27XoU https://t.co/Kb6IDG1fJP

“I guess this is how democratic government is supposed to work: Neither side is getting quite what it wants and the moderates are in the driver’s seat. Neither of us can totally complain.” Bret Stephens on President Biden’s Covid package. https://t.co/7lUve8lKGx

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"So which is it: real justice, or too little too late? I honestly don’t know." And certainly, neither do I. Nevertheless, thank you, @MargaretRenkl for providing a framework to think about these issues. https://t.co/BZMOQKcj5O

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“This way of working makes us miserable,” @CalNewport2 tells @ezraklein about the way email and Slack have changed our professional lives on the latest episode of The Ezra Klein Show. Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. https://t.co/6AiKB6bPhm

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The nursing home cover-up is something that could have ruined Cuomo’s career all by itself. All the stuff we need our leaders to be pandemic-cautious about, and there’s the governor concealing the real story. https://t.co/pSHyOdT9Bj

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"Raising children is in fact the most essential work there is. It’s hard & time-consuming, but ultimately the most satisfying thing that most people do. Conservatives should believe in parents raising their own children rather than outsourcing it." https://t.co/gXC4w0BM3r

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Companies should not be allowed to take whatever personal information they want and use it however they want. Americans deserve baseline privacy protections, and I’m committed to working towards federal legislation that puts consumers first. https://t.co/QtplPZvk2t

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NYT Op-Docs’ “A Concerto Is a Conversation” and “Hysterical Girl” are among the 10 films shortlisted by the Oscars in the Best Documentary Short Subject category. Watch both films here: https://t.co/8WgEKYuFHf

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"In the presence of vulnerability, most of us instinctively stop what we are doing and try to help," @MargaretRenkl writes. "What are we to make of those who don’t? Of those who respond to vulnerability with indifference, or worse?" https://t.co/VtgswDLqGV

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"Conservatives should believe in parents raising their own children rather than outsourcing it," says @thechrisbuskirk. https://t.co/ryIMoIXJ6i

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In the New York mayoral race, The wide open field has been called lackluster. "That’s not quite right," writes @MaraGay. "What the field lacks in star power it makes up for in formidable résumés and deeply experienced public servants." https://t.co/hknfbp8adc

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"To bring desperately needed relief to the communities of color that have been ravaged by the pandemic because of the effects of structural racism, the Department of Health and Human Services should declare racism a public health emergency." – @Ashihipar. https://t.co/mgVVipCoba

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“Cuomo behaved the way he did, in part at least, because he felt his power was unchecked and unlimited,” Bret Stephens tells @gailcollins. “That kind of power always corrupts.” https://t.co/TXIRTxau41

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.@NickKristof gives a very compelling case for constructing public restrooms as an infrastructure priority. Lack of toilet access is also a public health hazard! https://t.co/lAa8c1Lgf7

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From the very first headline about her being “(almost) straight outta Compton” and having “exotic” DNA, the racist treatment of Meghan has been impossible to ignore. ... A BBC host compared the couple’s newborn baby to a chimpanzee. via @NYTOpinion https://t.co/ZIwdKuV57H

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