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When Progressive Priorities Help Spread the Virus

For decades, progressives have pushed relentlessly for public transportation to replace private cars and for greater population density to provide cheaper housing. But now the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus on New York—our...

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Making National Sense of a Localized Crisis

Even the New York Times now acknowledges it: the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t so much a national crisis as it is a localized New York catastrophe. Columnist Bret Stephens shows New York City alone – representing less than 3% of the national...

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A Necessary Message from a Past Pandemic

Imagine a pandemic at least ten times more deadly and devastating than COVID-19, killing nearly 700,000 Americans – while the President of the United States never once makes a public statement about efforts to stop the slaughter.  That...

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Walking for Life and Health

Many of us who shelter at home find the best chance for exercise and escape through long walks in our own neighborhoods. In a piece of coincidental good timing, the Journal of the American Medical Association just published a study showing...

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Be Frank on What to Expect

According to scientific experts, there’s good news and bad news on the COVID-19 Pandemic. The good news is that social distancing measures will succeed in “flattening the curve”, allowing a return to most aspects of normal...

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Passover in a Pandemic

At festive Passover celebrations, Jewish people traditionally ask: “Why is this night different from all other nights.” This year, we’ll ask: “Why is this Passover different from all other Passovers?” In place of Seder tables...

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Earth Day in a Pandemic

— BY DIANE MEDVED — Every April 22 is Earth Day, a time to appreciate our environment and consider what more we can do to protect it. But this year is special—no, not just because the Coronavirus is raging and we’re confined to our...

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Three Lessons from the Coronavirus Crisis

— By Diane Medved —   In the midst of the frightening coronavirus crisis, I saw so many heartening acts of kindness:   Two neighbors brought folding chairs and sat in a driveway 10 feet from an elderly woman living alone,...

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