National Politics

A Week to Honor Nurses’ Activism

Posted May 11, 2021 by

The Truth Behind Nurses Week (May 6-12) Since 1990, when the American Nurses Association declared that an entire week – from May 6-12th (the birthday of Florence Nightingale) — would be dedicated to celebrating the nation’s nurses, hospitals and other
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Can Biden End Homelessness?

Posted April 6, 2021 by

Cities Must Open Neighborhoods to Unhoused America’s homelessness crisis is an affordable housing crisis. It was triggered when low-income residents priced out by late 1970’s urban gentrification failed to get the Section 8 certificates (or other subsidies) necessary for them
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Will Democrats Stop Electing Bullies?

Posted March 16, 2021 by

Biden Offers Positive Leadership Model “The problem with Cuomo is no one has ever liked him.” — Richard Ravitch, a former Democratic lieutenant governor. “I have not met a person yet in New York politics who has a good relationship
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