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Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
The man behind Trump's campaign against 'critical race theory'
The programs Rufo targeted are intended to improve communication, defuse tensions and promote equal opportunities among co-workers of different races and ethnicities, and are analogous, or identical to, similar programs that have been a staple of corporate human relations departments for decades.


Yahoo! ArtsSep 18, 2020
Joe Biden's head-scratching pandemic performance
Each week, the Trump campaign says, its staff and volunteers knock on one million American doors. And each week, the Biden campaign knocks on zero.Democratic nominee Joe Biden's team has no plans to begin door-to-door canvassing because of COVID-19. "If you asked anybody off the record from the Biden campaign, I think they'd be like 'Yeah, we want to be on doors.' The reality is we still have a pandemic going on," Jason Henry, leader of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, told Politico. "Those conversations are still being had because we want to make sure we do this safely."That's a prudent and admirable desire. But deciding against door-knocking isn't safety. It's security theater, and it may well do the Biden campaign more harm than good."Security theater" is a term coined by Bruce Schneier, a tech security expert who lectures at Harvard, and its original context was the war on terror. As Schneier defines it, the phrase "refers to security measures that make people feel more secure without doing anything to actually improve their security." Early in the pandemic, condemnation of Florida's decision to open its beaches was security theater, as outdoor transmission of COVID-19 is extremely unlikely with basic social distancing. A more classic example is the TSA. Most of its procedures — like body scans — do little to protect air travel from terrorism, but they make the public feel like something is being done.That feeling is nice, and politicians like to provide it in hope we'll will accord our votes to the source of our nice feelings. "The prop

Yahoo! BooksSep 17, 2020
Kamala Harris Wore Timberlands. The Internet Responded.
Kamala Harris did not step off of her private plane on her way to visiting the scene of a devastating California wildfire so much as she bounced. The vice presidential nominee did so in Timberland boots, drawing a wave of online cheers and boos, in what might be the first true sartorial scandal of the Biden/Harris campaign. Kamala Harris Gave a Voice to American Women's Silent ScreamsOn one side came the praise, heaped on by liberals who are already pushing hard for a Democrat victory in November. "THE TIMBS THO," Meena Harris, Kamala's niece wrote on Instagram. The nominee—or perhaps just her campaign—had turned her into a GIF. View this post on Instagram THE TIMBS THO A post shared by Meena Harris (@meena) on Sep 15, 2020 at 9:19pm PDTWas it the shoe choice itself or just Harris' assured manner that sold the look so hard? Perhaps a mixture of both. That jaunty strut? A construction boot made popular by New York rappers? Mike Pence could never.  The @KamalaHarris de-planing videos & her completely appropriate self-confidence every time are quickly becoming one of my favorite things about this campaign.???? https://t.co/rPxas1KRkj — Mimi Rocah (@Mimirocah1) September 15, 2020 The Timbs. pic.twitter.com/1Bikv6B4l5 — Karine Jean-Pierre (@K_JeanPierre) September 15, 2020 Mrs. Vice President. pic.twitter.com/wvmrgFLmoa — Jill Biden For FLOTUS (@Jillbiden46) September 15, 2020As some noted, the scene recalled Melania Trump's 2018 visit to McAllen, Texas, where she met with families who had been se
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