Dispatches From the Culture Wars - April 14, 2020
- The Psychological Pandemic
- Shrinking Trump’s Head
- Coronavirus Property Values
- The Right Reckons with Decadence
- BlackRock Takes Command
- Violence Against Asian Americans
- Seniors Fall Through the Cracks
- Blaming the Public
- Bernie's Parting Gift
We may be protecting ourselves from a terrible infection by self-quarantining at home. But the longer we spend in isolation, the greater the risk to our mental health. No one is immune.
Chauncey DeVega interviews Dr. Lance Dodes
April 9, 2020
When he makes these claims about ventilators and the coronavirus, they need to be understood as delusional beliefs that he summons from his imagination to protect himself, and which he is incapable of altering when presented with reality.
Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi is planning to reevaluate every single property in the county in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
In Washington and New York, it is increasingly common to hear people say they are enemies of neoliberalism. These people are not Bernie Sanders supporters. Meet the new American right.
With $27 trillion under various forms of its management, BlackRock towers over the finance, insurance and real estate sectors.
By Sheng Peng
April 10, 2020
Throughout New York City, many of its most vulnerable residents are trapped at home, wondering when their next meal will come.
By Siobhán McGuirk
April 10, 2020
By Sam Chung
April 11, 2020
Despite coronavirus fears, voter turnout in the election in Wisconsin was high. The biggest driver of turnout may have been Sanders's persistence in the presidential race, which may have moved hundreds of thousands to the polls — and could potentially swing a key judicial race.