Opinion | No, Not Sanders, Not Ever

A few months ago, I wrote a column saying I would vote for Elizabeth Warren over Donald Trump. I may not agree with some of her policies, but culture is more important than politics. She does not spread moral rot the way Trump does. Now I have to decide if …

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Opinion | To Protect Global Health, Work With China

China, the world’s second largest economy, is resilient. It boasts a vast market of nearly 1.4 billion consumers; a middle class 400 million-strong; a talent pool of more than 170 million people with higher education or professional skills; more than 100 million entities engaged in commercial activities; and a full-fledged …

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Opinion | When a Pandemic Meets a Personality Cult

At that point the administration appears to have finally realized that it might need to do something beyond insisting that things were great. But according to The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent and Paul Waldman, it initially proposed paying for a virus response by cutting aid to the poor — specifically, …

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Late Night Awaits Mike Pence’s Cure for the Coronavirus

“But while most people have avoided the virus, there’s been one major victim close to Trump’s heart: the stock market.” — TREVOR NOAH “The stock market is down and the coronavirus is up. This planet is going to Purell in a handbasket.” — JIMMY KIMMEL “President Trump is concerned, not …

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