We have seen unmistakably heroic acts of kindness and compassion. And we’ve seen superspreader events where people have been so unwilling to work together for the common good that they won’t even wear a mask.
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One difficulty with modernist preservation is that so much of the architecture is deeply anti-urban.
State and local officials all over the country will be facing tough, important decisions about waste disposal in 2021.
A hauntingly prescient statement from the 18th president.
He has been bleeding approvers since Election Day and the pace of the hemorrhage has only accelerated since he encouraged a group of thugs to storm the Capitol.
Our house highlights an important notion: A collective effort for the greater good is obtainable.
He keeps going unchecked and it continues to spiral over and over again, and always in a downward direction.
Check out Section 3 of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Power granted under the Congressional Review Act further illustrates the groundbreaking importance of the Georgia Senate races.
Stagnating population growth is creating acute economic and political challenges across the Midwest. Pro-immigrant and refugee policies could confront those challenges.
It is significantly reassuring that the Joint Chiefs have broken with tradition and made the statement they have.
Rep. Pete Stauber disingenuously contends that process wasn’t followed; in fact, he just doesn’t like the process, because it lays bare the incalculable damage that the Twin Metals project would inflict.
We must honor it. We must behold it. We must respect it. That is our moral imperative and what it means to be part of these United States.
The Democrats have a short, two-year window to achieve many things because they will most likely lose at least one of the houses of Congress in 2022. Why waste even a single day on a futile impeachment trial?
This is the Us vs. Them vision in its most dangerous and extreme manifestation.
The ex-California governor draws parallels between the torment his homeland suffered just before his birth (in 1947) and the American experience of the Trump years.
Changes should include enacting a wage replacement system for times of economic or natural crises and in the event of another pandemic.
Now that I’ve closed correspondence with people who seem to desire fights with me or even their own divorce from me, I can’t say I miss them all that much.
CNN commentator Bakari Sellers quipped: “At this point you’re not resigning, you’re just taking the rest of your vacation days.”
It serves as a permanent reminder of the power we handed to a dangerous man.