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Public Health, Private Anguish Mar. 18, 2021

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Last year, we began what was supposed to be a short lockdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19-relate... Read More

Public Health, Private Anguish Mar. 18, 2021

Daily Editorials

Last year, we began what was supposed to be a short lockdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19-relate... Read More

Get the Vaccine Mar. 18, 2021

Susan Estrich

COVID? What COVID? California is substantially open. Many are living as if COVID-19 were gone. That... Read More

A Year in the Dark City Mar. 17, 2021

Jamie Stiehm

What did you miss the most? The pandemic descended on Washington on March 15, 2020, giving new meani... Read More

Biden's Disastrous Border Policy Is Evidence of No Planning Mar. 17, 2021

Armstrong Williams

Can you spell "hypocrite"? I'm starting to think that it begins with the letter "B" and rhymes with ... Read More

Team Biden Lies About Vaccines Under Trump Mar. 17, 2021

Tim Graham

Team Biden has a persistent lying problem when it comes to the Trump administration's supposedly ter... Read More

Looking up From a Lockdown Mar. 17, 2021


Pandemic-related lockdowns have become associated with a host of personal and social ills, from lone... Read More

Taking On the Vile Factor: Biden Moves Against Anti-Asian American Hate Mar. 16, 2021

Jeff Robbins

Shortly after the 2016 election, Mai, a Vietnamese American college student, was on a train in Miami... Read More

Blood Doesn't Guarantee Family Mar. 14, 2021

My So-Called Millennial Life

Family lore from my dad's side goes like this: Decades ago, an aunt I've never met drove to my grand... Read More

Masks, Cardboard Fans, Constant Ennui: Things That Were Odd a Year Ago Mar. 13, 2021

Stephanie Hayes

As an anniversary gift to you, I will try to use the phrase "new normal" as little as possible. What... Read More

First Grade, Pandemic Style Mar. 13, 2021

Susan Estrich

My dearest friend has grandchildren. We are giving her daughter a day off, which is to say, a day to... Read More

Health Workers Overwhelmed By COVID-19 Lacking Needed Help Mar. 12, 2021

C Force

It is not hard to think of doctors in charge of hospital units as type A personalities who expect a ... Read More

Reflections on a Yearlong Battle With COVID-19 Mar. 12, 2021

From the Desk of Dr. J

A year has swiftly passed since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pande... Read More

In Praise of Bad Weather Mar. 12, 2021

Ted Rall

There is joy in the air. That joy is misplaced. For that joy might kill us. I set down these words o... Read More

Stopping Climate Change Is the Ultimate Moon Shot Mar. 11, 2021

Froma Harrop

As a pandemic hijacked the nation's attention, we pushed aside other, even bigger problems. But now ... Read More

The Ones Who Have Yet to Die Mar. 11, 2021

Susan Estrich

In driving down Main Street in Santa Monica on Saturday night, you might think the pandemic is over ... Read More

On the Pursuit of Tyrannical Policies and Zero-Risk Societies Mar. 11, 2021

Veronique de Rugy

A lot has been said about the harm to people resulting from government lockdowns imposed in the name... Read More

The Attack of the Killer Zoombies Mar. 11, 2021

Work Daze

Oh, how fun it was. Locked down and locked in, we suddenly had an easy, breezy way to communicate. ... Read More

What's Causing America's Baby Bust? Mar. 10, 2021

Star Parker

When the COVID-19 pandemic started and lockdowns became part of our daily lives, some romantic souls... Read More

Top Tips for Napping on the Go Mar. 09, 2021

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

During this pandemic, "on the go" has really taken on new meaning, and sometimes, a new sense of nec... Read More