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Donald Trump’s proposed tax cuts are a joke

Trump’s tax proposal: What it means for the rich, for the world and for you. Trump proposes giant, unfunded tax cut for himself (and more). Trump’s “tax plan” isn’t a real plan. Trump’s much hyped tax plan is basically the words “I want to cut taxes” written on a sheet of paper. Donald Trump’s proposed tax cuts are a joke, not a “plan”. This one-page “plan” is really just a publicity stunt so he can say he introduced it during his first hundred days — what a doofus. Donald Trump hasn’t even


Paper Trail

The standing committee of the US Senate Daily Press Gallery has decided not to move forward with Breitbart’s application for permanent press credentials. The website’s temporary passes will expire at the end of May. The committee was concerned about Breitbart’s many conflicts of interest inside the White House, as well as “the fact that Breitbart

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Weird Sex

Vanessa RovetoThere’s good sex and there’s bad sex. And then there’s weird sex—a Freudian purgatory that somehow neither stimulates the libido nor inhibits it. In art and life, we’re inclined to seek out pleasure

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The American Experiment

FUNNY THAT EVERY PLACE Joan Didion visits is falling apart. "A problem of making connections," her first column for Life, begins with a note on why her three-year-old daughter cannot, in Hawaii, go to the beach: "She cannot go to the beach because there has been an

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Durga Chew-Bose

A critic who prefers the term “enthusiast,” an essayist who worries she’s really a poet, Durga is an unrivalled player of what Doris Lessing, in The Golden Notebook, calls “the game.”

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Bookforum: “False Starts”

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The Life and Death of Louis Kahn

Wendy Lesser

It was not just the suddenness of his death that made it hard to realize Louis Kahn was gone, Something about the way he disappeared from the world—irregularly, mysteriously, with that strange two-day gap when nobody he knew could find him—left many people unable to take in the facts of his death. For the California relatives, who learned about Lou’s death through a series of relayed phone calls, there was a persistent confusion about

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