Opinion | Who's Afraid of Justin Amash?

Source: The New York Times - View Original Article
Published: May 07, 2020
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61% Conservative


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99% "I review movies for National Review and have strong opinions about many prestige television shows.""
98% "Our executive producer is Gretta Cohn.""
96% "Follow Michelle Goldberg (@michelleinbklyn), Ross""
95% "Then, Michelle and Frank hop on a Zoom call to talk about the positives and pitfalls of our new era of video conferencing in ..."
91% "I covered Congress, the White House and several political campaigns; I also spent five years in the role of chief restaurant critic.""
89% "and I write a weekly Times newsletter in which you'll occasionally encounter my dog, Regan, who has the run of our Manhattan apartment.""
86% "Douthat (@DouthatNYT) and David Leonhardt (@DLeonhardt) on Twitter.""

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99% : Benedict XVI was my favorite pope.
99% : I review movies for National Review and have strong opinions about many prestige television shows.
98% : Tell us what you think at argument@nytimes.com.
98% : Our executive producer is Gretta Cohn.
96% : Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | RadioPublic
96% : Follow Michelle Goldberg (@michelleinbklyn), Ross
95% : Then, Michelle and Frank hop on a Zoom call to talk about the positives and pitfalls of our new era of video conferencing in both work and play.
91% : I covered Congress, the White House and several political campaigns; I also spent five years in the role of chief restaurant critic.
89% : and I write a weekly Times newsletter in which you'll occasionally encounter my dog, Regan, who has the run of our Manhattan apartment.
86% : Douthat (@DouthatNYT) and David Leonhardt (@DLeonhardt) on Twitter.
84% : Now we live in Brooklyn with our son and daughter.
82% : These days people on the right and the left both use "liberal" as an epithet, but that's basically what I am, though the nightmare of Donald Trump's presidency has radicalized me and pushed me leftward.
80% : Plus, what drinks pair well with a Zoom cocktail hour?
80% : Michelle Goldberg
78% : They discuss the impact Gary Johnson and Jill Stein had in the 2016 race, the voters who won't pick a "lesser of two evils," and people who lie to pollsters.
77% : Tune in on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts.
76% : Would adding a Libertarian like Representative Justin Amash of Michigan to the race hand President Trump his re-election?
74% : Our theme is composed by Allison Leyton-Brown.
73% : Douthat still on parental leave, Frank Bruni and Michelle Goldberg are joined by the Republican strategist Liz Mair to discuss the power third-party candidates hold in presidential races.
73% : I've been an Op-Ed columnist for The Times since 2011, but my career with the newspaper stretches back to 1995 and includes many twists and turns that reflect my embarrassingly scattered interests.
73% : I'm Italian-American
73% : We had help from Phoebe Lett, Paula Szuchman and Michele Teodori.
71% : I have three small children, two girls and a boy, and I live in New Haven with my wife.
70% : As the Rome bureau chief, I reported on the Vatican; as a staff writer for The Times's Sunday magazine, I wrote many celebrity profiles.
62% : I've been an Op-Ed columnist at The New York Times since 2017, writing mainly about politics, ideology and gender.
61% : I love to travel; a long time ago, after my husband and I eloped, we spent a year backpacking through Asia.
60% : (My other two were about the global battle over reproductive rights and, in a brief detour from politics, about an adventurous Russian émigré who helped bring yoga to the West.)
59% : Liz Mair's Op-Ed, "Is James Amash a Threat to Biden or To Trump?"
59% : Joe Biden is up against Nora Ephron's Essay, "The Six Stages of Email" Meet the HostsFrank Bruni
59% : I've written books about Harvard, the G.O.P., American Christianity and Pope Francis; I'm working on one about decadence.
58% : I was against Donald Trump in 2016 for reasons specific to Donald Trump, but in general I think the populist movements in Europe and America have legitimate grievances and I often prefer the populists to the "reasonable" elites.
55% : This week's show was produced by James T. Green for Transmitter Media and edited by Sara Nics.
53% : Politically, I'm grief-stricken over the way President Trump has governed
43% : Douthat I've been an Op-Ed columnist since 2009, and I write about politics, religion, pop culture, sociology and the places where they all intersect.
42% : Or could Amash appeal to would-be Trump voters and goose up the Democrats' chance at victory come November?
40% : and "Howard Schultz Might Not Help Trump," in the Bulwark Frank on the "Trump bump"
39% : I'm a Catholic and a conservative, in that order, which means that I'm against abortion and critical of the sexual revolution, but I tend to agree with liberals that the Republican Party is too friendly to the rich.
38% : How do I listen?
29% : Background Reading:
24% : and I'm left of center, but I don't think that the center is a bad place or compromise a dirty word.
22% : | Stitcher Who would a third-party candidate help in the 2020 presidential election?
22% : I've written three books, including one, in 2006, about the danger of right-wing populism in its religious fundamentalist guise.
15% : That jumble has informed my various books, which focus on the Roman Catholic Church, George W. Bush, my strange eating life, the college admissions process and meatloaf.

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