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While he was quick to assert his long-standing passion for the magazine, his answers didn’t expose a particularly salient argument for its purchase and instead seemed somewhat perfunctory. But it’s unlikely someone with Benioff’s track record of success would take on Time magazine without putting in some strategic thought. With this in mind, I was interested to watch a recent interview of Jeff Bezos, who similarly bought the Washington Post in 2013. In the course of the discussion, Bezos articulated the thought process that motivated his purchasing decision, a decision he broke into a two-part framework. Donald Graham, son of the Washington Post’s legendary publisher Katharine Graham, was the first to suggest Bezos buy the Post. Bezos, he thought, had the requisites of a promising buyer. Bezos countered that idea; he had no interest in such an investment. By Bezos’s own accord, he wasn’t looking to purchase or invest in the newspaper business at all. He had no knowledge of newspapers. Graham reminded him it wasn’t newspaper expertise they were after, but mastery of the internet. Bezos said he would think about it.

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But that discipline did not fully hold. On Wednesday, Mr. Trump expressed sympathy for Judge Kavanaugh’s family rather than the woman who says she was abused by him when they were teenagers. He complained in an interview that “I don’t have an attorney general.” He also demanded funding for the border wall — another topic many Republican leaders would rather avoid heading into the midterms. Republican pollsters have reinforced the concerns of the party’s congressional leaders that the White House is not always helping when it comes to the midterms. “They have spent way too much time yelling about investigations and not enough time educating about the economy,” Frank Luntz, a longtime Republican pollster, said in an interview. The president, he added, “deserves a lot more credit than he has been given, but he’s also somewhat responsible because he hasn’t been so focused and attentive to the changes that have really happened” in the economy. Neil Newhouse, another pollster, has made clear his worries that too many Republicans are taking the midterms for granted. “We need to make real the threat that Democrats have a good shot of winning control of Congress,” he said in a presentation for the Republican National Committee at the end of August that was recently shared with the president.

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Some see Bobi Wine’s popularity as sign of a generational rift between Uganda’s young population and President Yoweri Museveni, who has been in power since 1986. Image caption Bobi Wine said he was eager to see his children after being away ‘Ambitions for a people-power revolution’ Analysis by Fergal Keane, BBC Africa editor, Kampala Bobbi Wine is a significant figure not only in the emerging politics of Uganda but in the story of a changing Africa. He represents a youth voice that is social media-literate, hungry for economic development, and angry with the corruption and cronyism that has blighted the lives of generations. Three-quarters of Uganda’s population is under the age of 35 and Bobi Wine told the BBC he has come home to lead a people-power revolution. The very fact that President Museveni has allowed Bobi Wine to return to his home represents a victory for the musician-turned-politician – and is possibly the consequence of international pressure. But for all his undoubted support among the young, he still lacks a wider political organisation to challenge for the presidency, and 74-year-old Yoweri Museveni may have simply paused in his familiar tactics of repression. Police earlier arrested several people who had been trying to reach Entebbe Airport to welcome the politician back. The police later issued a statement thanking Bobi Wine for co-operating with officers who escorted him home from the airport. The MP and other politicians were charged in August after stones were allegedly thrown at President Yoweri Museveni’s convoy. They deny the charges.

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Wrong. Sexual assault cannot be easily dismissed as youthful indiscretion or the product of alcoholic intoxication. First, alcohol does not create violent sexual impulses so much as it unleashes or magnifies pre-existing ones. And second, a sexual assault in which Brett Kavanaugh put his hand over a girl’s mouth to silence her would be in a far different category from a dumb but not character-revealing prank like shoplifting cigarettes. Teenagers are notorious risk-takers because, in part, the reward circuit of the brain develops long before the prefrontal cortex, the seat of reasoning and control. But that doesn’t mean they have no sense of right or wrong or that they are hard-wired to violate the rights of others. Some are saying that Dr. Blasey’s accusation, even if true, is just one ancient example of admittedly egregious behavior in an otherwise upstanding person who, as President Trump attests , “never had even a little blemish on his record.” Since teenagers change so much, these people say, bad behavior then isn’t necessarily predictive of adult behavior. Sure, but why take the risk for someone who will have so much power? Dr. Blasey’s accusation is credible and deserves a full investigation.

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Appearing on BBC Newsnight, BBC political editor Nick Watt told Kirsty Wark that EU leaders have shown more flexibility in recent weeks, but the UK is still expected to “suffer” in the upcoming negotiations. Mr Watt said: “The mood music is much better from Michel Barnier and EU leaders. “The bottom line is that they want a deal but they don’t want a deal at any prize. “And Angela Merkel has been heard to say in private that the UK must suffer a little bit in these Brexit negotiations. However, according to Mr Watt, EU leaders have been encouraged to some extent by the Chequers proposal. Mrs May claimed the “alternative” to Chequers was a ‘no deal’ Brexit, during a BBC Panorama interview yesterday. Mr Watts said: “They think the Prime Minister has taken some serious political risk.” Angela Merkel was quoted saying that “the UK must suffer a little bit” in the Brexit negotiations (Image: GETTY•EPA) Mr Watts said EU leaders have been encouraged in one level by Chequers (Image: Getty) However he added: “They do have fundamental problems with fundamental elements of Chequers. “For example, the common rule book on goods, they say that this is trying to split up the four freedoms and if you cannot get agreement on those fundamentals then the EU is saying you need to have a backstop in Northern Ireland.” While Mrs May’s decision to adopt a binary strategy between the Chequers proposal and ‘no deal’ Brexit may be welcomed by EU leaders, it has been rejected by many MPs. It comes after a week of mounting pressure within her own party to “chuck Chequers”, as Brexiteers believe the agreement does not deliver on what the British people voted for. Theresa May’s binary strategy comes after a week of mounting pressure within her own party (Image: REUTERS) ‘EU have MORE to lose’ David Davis rubbishes post-Brexit farming fears Leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg told the BBC the Government would be “foolish” to place a Chequers-based agreement with the EU in front of MPs in Parliament, as the they would find the deal had “very little support”. He said: “This is the sort of Dirty Harry Option, it’s ‘come on punk, make my day’.

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South Africa farm SEIZURE: Land reform plans SCRAPPED – but NEW bill is on way INSTEAD South Africa farm SEIZURE: Land reform plans SCRAPPED – but NEW bill is on way INSTEAD SOUTH Africa has withdrawn a farm expropriation bill just days after President Donald Trump tweeted he was closely watching the situation – but the bill is set to be replaced by a new act given the government more powers. The African National Congress (ANC) said that the bill which would have the power to take land away from white farmers to rebalance racial disparities needed to have further consideration. The bill has been going through parliament for the last two years. Nonceba Mhlauli, a spokeswoman for the ANC’s chief whip, said: “The bill in its current form would need to be re-considered in light of the process of reviewing Section 25 of the constitution for the expropriation of land without compensation. “Were the bill to be re-introduced, it would contain a clause or clauses reflecting expropriation of land without compensation if that is the way that South Africans have chosen to go.” The government is trying to change the status quo where the white community who only make up eight percent of the populations own 72 percent of the farms. A full break-down of the implications of this bill withdrawal can be found here .  Many fear the change with do nothing to change concerns from white farmers. Humphrey Mmemezi, committee chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Public Works who resolved to withdraw the bill, said: “The committee has observed that the work of the Joint Constitutional Review Committee is now approaching a conclusion and the recommendations are soon to be made available. “Once concluded, before the end of September, [this] will lead to new parliamentary processes, including legislative processes, and new directions should become clearer before the end of 2018. “The committee is aware that this process will lead to the minister of public works reintroducing a revised Expropriation Bill that will possibly include clauses that deal with expropriation of land without compensation.

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Tate outsources artist biographies on its website to Wikipedia The museum does “not have the resources to create biographies for every individual” in its collection, spokeswoman says Art lovers searching for Tate-written artist biographies can still find them in their bookshop Photo: Oli Cowling © Tate Tate is using Wikipedia entries to provide biographical information on artists in its collection. This has been criticised by the art historian Bendor Grosvenor , who drew attention to the entry on one of his favourite painters, Anthony van Dyck. He points out that it includes trivia, such as a mention of the “Van Dyke [sic] beard” being named after the Flemish artist. A check of Wikipedia entries on several other well-known artists by The Art Newspaper also reveals mistakes. A Tate spokeswoman says that the gallery does “not have the resources to create biographies for every individual” in its collection, or to update biographies for living artists. Wikipedia provides “the most up to date and reliable biography possible within the constraints of our resources”, she adds. The gallery also says that it is continuing to include biographies on its website which have been written by its own art historians on around 100 artists. Well known British artists for whom Tate biographies are available include Gainsborough, Turner, Constable and Bacon—but not Hogarth, Reynolds, Moore, Freud, Hockney and Hirst. A Tate spokesperson says that it is “working on a partnership with Wikipedia to ensure the biographies for artists in our collection are as accurate as possible”.

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State Fair’s newspaper museum preserves piece of journalism’s past Former newspaper owner Carlton Dewitt fixes a jam in a Model 31 Linotype, which he owned until he donated it to the Minnesota Newspaper Museum, Aug 24, 2018. Gabriel Kwan | MPR News It might not be as iconic as Pronto Pups , or as sweet as Sweet Martha’s cookies , but the Minnesota Newspaper Museum does offer a unique experience for State Fair goers: a journey through time. Tucked away in the northeast corner of the Fairgrounds, the museum is only about the size of a living room. The space is dominated by intricate machines, buzzing with activity. • Full coverage: Minnesota State Fair 2018 • Fundraiser: Church launches campaign to replace ancient fair ovens These machines are still in working order, and they bring back sights, sounds and smells from the turn of the last century. “We simulate what a weekly newspaper in the 1930s might have looked like,” explains Linda Falkman, the museum’s director. She says that the flow of the museum is pretty similar to what it was like in the old days. “They produce the news on the Linotype machines. Then it was put over on the composing table. Then the very heavy form was put onto the newspaper printing press. And then there’s a folder that folded them three times, which gives you the quarter fold that we have today,” she said.

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