According to the New York Times headlines, Monkeypox is all but gone. Are there lessons to be learned? In the Atlanta area, there are two obvious reasons for the rapid decline of Monkeypox. Local public health agencies quickly opened accessible vaccination clinics. The gay community came willingly and appreciative. They came in droves. While we can’t compareContinue reading “NY Times: “The Rise and Fall of Monkeypox”“
How do we respond to rediculous political maneuvering? We vote. But we vote for a person, not a political party.
To add an exclamation point to the environment that exists in tandom with book burning: 11 people have been killed and 67 injured in mass shootings in the week since the children’s deaths in Uvalde.
War is a luxury this planet can no longer afford.
Ah, not to worry! We will probably die from climate change before we are destroyed by weapons of mass destruction. If you are as old as me, you probably hope that it doesn’t happen before you leave this life due to natural causes.
What’s different? I no longer trust my country.
It seems neither political party wants to tax the rich, so why not abandon Afghanistan instead and save three billion dollars a year?
“We can share the blame with some politicians, conspiracy nuts, religious fanatics…but the real culprit is us. Get vaccinated, America!
When the flag once again becomes a symbol of hope and promise for all, it will really become a symbol of America.
I can only hope that Trump too has a reckoning.