The New Republic, a once storied publication whose reputation will never recover from the failed tyrannical ownership of Mark Zuckerberg’s college roommate, Chris Hughes— husband of notable Facebook spouse and failed political candidate Sean Eldridge — is hiring.
should proceed, but almost everyone seems to agree on one thing: the “storied” nature of the institution. “You may not care about the New Republic, but the 100-year magazine has a storied history that came to an abrupt halt when most of its top journalistic talent resigned in a revolt against the owner,” wrote Howard Kurtz at Fox News. He wasn't alone:The demise of the New Republic has prompted a proliferation of hot takes. There are differing opinions as to how embattled owner Chris Hughes
co-winner) Chris Hughes has a problem. Not only did his husband Sean Eldridge recently lose his race for Congress by an embarrassing margin, Hughes also needs to replace the dozens of New Republic staffers who resigned in protest over his plans to transform the magazine into a “digital media company.” (But first he needs to update the masthead.) Fortunately for Hughes, there’s an obvious solution to this problem:New Republic owner (and Free Beacon Couple of the Year