The state Supreme Court ruled that the former New York Times columnist did not meet the state’s residency requirements.
Kristof had appealed to justices after Oregon’s secretary of state declared he did not meet the qualifications to run for Oregon’s highest office.
Oregon’s secretary of state ruled that Kristof did not meet residency requirements. Kristof is appealing the decision.
“I’ve never run for political office in my life,” Kristof said in a campaign video, expressing it as an asset.
Nicholas Kristof, opinion columnist at The New York Times, wrote that the pornographic website shows videos of rape and underage sex.
I am a big fan of Nicholas Kristof so I was disappointed by his argument with Sam Harris and Bill Maher and his defense of his position in his New York Times column today. Kristof thinks he's defending the moderate; in fact, he's empowering the fanatic.
In a climate of increasing contempt for the intellectual, why bother? We bother because it is one of our most important obligations.