This year's Pulitzer Prize Board will include beloved (except by Donald Trump) New York Times Op-Ed columnist Gail Collins and MacArthur Genius Award winner Katherine Boo.
Jokers to the left of me, haters to the right:
We couldn't help but wonder:
New York Times columnist Gail Collins—the paper's first female editorial page editor—has written a chronicle of the last
40 50 years of American women's history, When Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey of American Women from 1960 to the Present.
Hillary Clinton's now infamous "cry" happened a full three days ago, and yet media pundits, particularly the female ones, are still chiming in. First up is Germaine Greer in the Guardian. The Australian rabblerouser/feminist, (seen at left), doesn't think Hillary's "tears" were genuine at all and goes on to say that…