Nicholas Kristof Peddles Neo-Liberal Snake Oil as Remedy for Poverty

February 26, 2014   ·   1 Comments


By John Halle: Even if common sense didn't tell us that stopped clocks sometimes display useful information, we could infer it from reading Nicholas Kristof’s Times ...

How Effective Is the Safety Net?

By Robert Greenstein: Nicholas Kristof published an important column in the New York Time srecently about young children in some poor communities who face greatly diminished opportunities ...

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Nicholas Kristof on low-Income Kids!

By Bob Somerby: Kids who come from low-income, low-literacy backgrounds tend to be strongly disadvantaged. There may not be any books in the home. Their parents or care-givers may not read to them—may not take them to the library.


Goldberg Smears JVP After ‘NYT’ Columnist Mentions Them for Defending Hagel

By Alex Kane: New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof defends the nomination of Chuck Hagel yesterday...

Hack List No. 10: New York Times

By Alex Pareene: This year, my annual list of the worst of political media highlights not just individuals, but the institutions that enable those individuals.

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This Week in Poverty: Kristof’s Swing and Miss

By Greg Kaufmann: In a somewhat bizarre op-ed last Sunday, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof acknowledged, “I’m no expert on domestic poverty,” and then seemingly set out to prove ...

Redesign Your Cause: Nicholas D. Kristof

Smile-a-While: Kristof Believes Some Very Good News!

By Bob Somerby: Scribe, take a good look around: In Thursday morning’s New York Times, Nicholas Kristof was proclaiming some very unlikely good news.

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Nicholas Kristof Bravely Urges Congress to Cut Supplemental Security for Children with Severe Disabilities

By Shawn Fremstad: In Sunday’s New York Times, Nicholas Kristof tells us that he hopes “budget negotiations in Washington may offer us a chance to take money from SSI [Supplemental ...

How to Write About Children in Africa

By Maria Hengeveld: In early October this year, PBS released the documentary ‘Half the Sky’, based on the book by frequent AIAC target and New York Times ...

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Hot Air Capitalism

By Costas Panayotakis: In a column published in the November 1, 2012 edition of The New York Times Nicholas Kristof describes Hurricane Sandy as a wake-up call that underlines the urgency of dealing with climate change.

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