Charles M. Blow

Charles Blow says the time has come to impeach the president.
“Never say on television that I tried to slander anybody. I’m telling you the truth and you’re lying as you normally do," Charles Blow told Steve Cortes.
New York Times columnist and child sex abuse survivor Charles Blow explained it perfectly.
Columnist Charles M. Blow said Trump supporters' rabid enthusiasm for the president is impeding both “a genuine search for truth and an honoring of it.”
This exclusive clip from HBO's "King in the Wilderness" highlights the complexities of racism in the Northern and Western U.S.
What began as a creep toward adolescence now feels like a full on gallop toward adulthood. I can't stop it, nor do I want to. But I have a love-hate relationship with this passage of time. Because, as the author poignantly puts it, "I can't imagine me without them."
The Late Wedding is frequently funny, disturbing, and poignant, but can also be confusing and lack focus. I would, however, urge people to see Chen's play for the opportunity to experience the stunning unit set designed by Melpomene Katakalos.
"Through Trying Times: Stories of Loss and Redemption in the American South," featuring bestselling author Jesmyn Ward and New York Times columnist Charles Blow was part of the Los Angeles Public Library [ALOUD] program.
New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow talks to Marc about his deeply personal memoir, "Fire Shut Up In My Bones," and
The fact is that Congress does not need some sort of invitation from the White House in order to do their job. To take affirmative action toward addressing our nation's problems, Congress should put aside its letterhead and stop writing letters to the President and federal agencies asking them to take action.
On a grand scale, Danny Boyle's Olympic opening ceremony moved me, most specifically its first segment dedication to the Industrial Revolution and the workers who made it possible.
This country has been on a stupid vector for a long time. It's hard to tell when being inarticulate became as acceptable as being smart, but the notion has unfortunately gained traction.