Some have tried to prevent this legal monstrosity from occurring ... [b]ut to no avail.
With only three lines in a four-page speech, Barack Obama tried to dismantle how Donald Trump’s administration has managed the COVID-19 crisis.
The concurrence of Trump, the virus, the election and economic depression promises an upheaval of historic proportions for America and the rest of the world.
Trump seems to be strategizing in such a way as to emerge blameless.
Entire economic sectors are on the verge of collapse, in spite of the federal government’s generous subsidies.
Ironically, Trump could emerge from this disaster as a victor in a field of ruins, in a desert full of debris, with bodies buried in mass graves and devastated cities.
The pandemic is about to collide with all the cynicism of a system veering toward unsustainable inequality.
Iraq is increasingly at risk of becoming a Middle Eastern powder keg.
Zuckerberg is throwing the ball back into the politicians’ court.