“The most powerful political actor in Australia is not the Liberal Party or the National Party or the Labor Party. It is News Corp. And it’s utterly unaccountable” -- @TurnbullMalcolm today in the Senate. https://t.co/Aj4zupmlrD
Kristine Hostetter was a beloved fourth-grade teacher. Then came the pandemic, the election and the Jan. 6 riot.
A story of extremism and race and how the the divisive politics of post-Trump America divided a redoubt of Southern California conservatism. https://t.co/eEoxpETAa6
“We’ve long accepted that we have no museums or opera houses without philanthropic support. I think journalism deserves the same consideration.” @nkulish talks with me and others about this pivotal moment for newspaper ownership. https://t.co/Ace6qmjYn1
"They believe Montagu’s White House moonlighting began as something to boast about in the online global gaming platform called ROBLOX, where users jokingly call themselves 'Legos.'" https://t.co/qjBYTxDJhW
@nickconfessore I think about the small family-owned convenience stores in large office towers across the country that depend on a busy business district or a tower full of people. The huge landlords will probably be ok, the families that spent years running their shops, probably not so much.