CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Ask Dr. Max Your Health Questions How Make Your Own DIY Face Mask How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves Tips For Parents To Help Kids Cope Chopper 2 Over Empty NYC Streets, Landmarks Complete Coronavirus Coverage New York City public schools plan to reopen with staggered schedules so students can properly social distance. Most children will be in the classroom two or three days a week, then remote learning the others. … [Read more...] about Back-To-School Battle: President Clashes With State And Local Officials Regarding Fall Reopening
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The most noteworthy thing about the recent protests is how much they have actually accomplished. The protesters — the reasonable ones, at least — have won. Many don’t seem to realize it, but we are discussing race and racism like never before. Even for those of us who do not think America is institutionally racist, the current debate has caused a new level of analysis and reflection. I’ve had more people tell me they have changed their views on issues like Confederate names than ever before. The reality is that a country founded on the principle that “all men are created equal” should be held to a higher standard. It’s a standard we have not always met. (RELATED: These Politicians Used To Be Proud Of America, What Changed?) … [Read more...] about PATEL: Is America Good?
In its place arose a new party. It was dedicated in the first instance to the abolition of slavery. But it was also dedicated to something else, as Heather Cox Richardson explains in To Make Men Free, her very good history of the GOP. The problem with the Kansas-Nebraska act wasn’t merely a moral one, though it was surely that. It was also an economic one. Extending slavery to new territories would give Southern oligarchs—as Richardson notes, “a very few large planters… controlled more than 90 percent of the South’s wealth”—dominion over who knew how many more states. … [Read more...] about The Republican Party Was Founded to Fight White Supremacy. Here’s How It’s Embraced It Now.
The character’s longevity is a testament to not just Wonder Woman herself, but also how Carter approached her. “It was all thought out. One of the first things a producer told me is that ‘Women are going to hate you.’ That was the antithesis of how I saw the character, and so I made sure they wouldn’t. There was not a mean bone in her body, no animus. She would get angry, but she would be against bullying. She would have the lasso of truth: It is her inner light, her sense of right and wrong. She was kind, loving, fierce, honest, and able to look someone in the eye. She would be a friend and protector.” … [Read more...] about ‘Wonder Woman’ Lynda Carter: This Is My #MeToo Story
"I am proud that President Trump has substantially increased enforcement and prosecutions," Gaetz said. "There are more than a half a dozen Antifa members from up in Portland [Ore.] that are going to be facing a federal judge and I think prison time as a consequence of organizing these things." … [Read more...] about Matt Gaetz: War on America’s monuments is ‘attempted cultural genocide’