A long time ago, the New Yorker published mixed metaphors that it found in the mainstream press, alongside snotty remarks by some editor or other. (Originally E.B. White, we recall.)
The New Yorker isn’t that snide anymore, but we are!
So with a tip of the cap to a defunct tradition, here we go:
“I don’t think it’s necessarily going to move the needle in terms of tightening the screws….”Daniel Tannebaum, a former Treasury official, discussing new sanctions on Russia.
We’ll keep an eye out for more, and report back.
Have a great weekend, everyone.