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We need to prepare for other pandemics

"There have been as many plagues as wars in history," wrote Albert Camus in The Plague, "yet always plagues and wars take people equally by surprise." The world was certainly unprepared for COVID-19, but in just a year and a half after the SARS-CoV-2 virus was identified, 5 billion doses of ...

You’ve got to be taught to love

The lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II wrote many beautiful songs for Broadway musicals. One that was not beautiful, but powerful for what it said about race relations in 1949 when the show opened was "You've Got to Be Carefully Taught." The song was about being taught to hate. You also must be ...

All it takes os one

"One is the loneliest number," Three Dog Night famously sang over five decades ago. But all it takes is one brave soul fighting against the tide to inspire 10. Ten become hundreds. Hundreds become thousands. Thousands become millions. Millions become a new majority. Riverside County, ...

No more Mr. Nice Guy? Joe Biden’s vaccine dilemma

WASHINGTON -- President Biden's latest efforts to cajole his fellow Americans into getting vaccinated and mask-wearing seem to be on a collision course with his trademark advocacy of bipartisanship and tolerance of opposing views in political life. His longtime embrace of accommodation with ...

Who and what Is tearing the US apart?

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Drug price ‘negotiations’ are a danger to America’s seniors

Democrats just passed a budget plan that would give federal bureaucrats the ability to "negotiate" drug prices directly with manufacturers. To the uninitiated, that sounds attractive. After all, who wouldn't want to pay less for medicines? But in reality, the negotiations aren't going to ...