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Young minds are like sponges, absorbing how we handle uncertainty, tumult and a loss of control.
Fitness classes should not be an option. It should be mandatory, since…
A sketchy look at the day in the COVID-19 pandemic (and politics).
$2.2 trillion is a heavy price to pay but Americans and businesses need help to continue the fight.
I would have thought that the vicious anti-Trump screeds in The Herald might have abated while we all rallied as our president did his best… Continue reading
A veritable Easter parade of doctors, scientists and even GOP governors are telling Trump, no!
We’ve sacrificed to save the lives of our elders; we must do the same to save younger generations.
A sketchy look at the day in the Covid-19 outbreak (and politics).… Continue reading
This has given us a clear view to what our environment can be with a cleaner-running economy.
We can’t lift vigilance tomorrow, but there are risks in keeping the economy shut down for months.
Limiting the virus’ spread among those vulnerable will require more screening and better shelter.
Congress must make sure our veterans can get the care they need for therapies and a vaccine.
Those who can turn to governments and wealthy shareholders may have the cash they need to survive.
Covid-19 and the related economic directives from local and state leaders are leaving many individuals and businesses on the brink of economic collapse. And property… Continue reading
A sketchy look at the day in the Covid-19 outbreak (and politics.)… Continue reading
The balance between caution and getting outdoors does require some concessions. But you can still walk.
We have learned that our federal government is totally and tragically unprepared to deal with the current Covid-19 pandemic. Its failures to do what we… Continue reading