We're in the midst of emerging from a year-long pandemic, a vicious presidential battle int he US, landing a sophisticated exploratory vehicle on Mars, a possible breakthrough in ALS treatment, horrible natural disasters, bankrupt businesses, localized wars, hate crimes, Broadway
You can consider that Oprah interview with Meghan and Harry last night one hell of a revenge session, though I'm not saying it wasn't justified. If that level of racism, offensive behavior, and bias exists—after the experience of Harry's mother,
Did anyone really doubt that the vaccine distribution would be a bureaucratic nightmare, that people would cheat to "cut the line," and that everyone would point fingers toward someone else? Just thinking logically, not politically, it's hard to imagine larger
I was very moved by the inauguration, by the ceremony, the continuity over centuries, by President Biden's excellent speech, by Lady Gaga's joyful rendition of the National Anthem. I was moved by the young, energetic, youth poet laureate, Amanda Gorman.
Joseph Epstein, who is an American writer and editor and author of quite a few books, recently wrote an incendiary column published in the Wall Street Journal op ed page, castigating Dr. Jill Biden for using "doctor" as an honorific, even though
I attended a virtual political meeting last evening of 20 strong supporters of a successful and very accomplished incumbent. One of the participants actually said that anyone who supported the other party was someone with an IQ below 70 and