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A New Life in America Sergei Revzin , Vadim Revzin
Category: Around the Globe Published: May 2022
"While the [Ukranian] refugee crisis is a story of desperation, it also can become one of hope and promise."
A New Path to College Brian Backstrom , Laura Schultz
Category: Education Published: May 2022
". . . . There are a number of unanswered and important questions about test-optional policies."
Attack and Defense William A. Haseltine
Category: Medicine & Health Published: May 2022
". . . It is the success or failure of our natural immune defenses that will determine the outcome of our future encounters with SARS-CoV-2 and other new viruses."
Billions on the Way Schwartzbach
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: May 2022
"Thought the Federal government will be footing the bill, it ultimately will be state and local governments deciding how to spend most of the [Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act] money earmarked for broadband. . . . "
Can the Lord Intercede? David Chotka
Category: Religion Published: May 2022
"Pray that God embarrass the wicked, evil assault against Ukraine. Ask for God to embarrass the attacks of the enemy. Ask God to embarrass the demons."
Cold War II Has Arrived Full Force Robert J. Bresler
Category: State of the Nation Published: May 2022
"Cold War II took on a deadly cast with the Ukrainian devastation. . . . What can we learn from the 45 years of Cold War I Struggle? . . . "
COVID's Ugly Truth Brian Tyson , George Fareed , Mathew Crawford
Category: Medicine & Health Published: May 2022
"The world needs to know the real story of COVID-19 . . . and the truth is far different from what you have heard from Dr. Anthony Fauci or in the media."
Defining Screwball Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2022
". . . . For many 1930s critics, ["My Man Godfrey"] represented [an] obvious starting point for the genre."
Devious Disinformation Melissa De Witte
Category: Social Media Published: May 2022
"We are seeing the unintentional spread of falsehoods, along with covert influence operations, around the conflict in Ukraine."
Give First, Take Later Nancy K. Napier , Dau Thuy Ha
Category: Literary Scene Published: May 2022
Those born in the northern part of the country during the Vietnam War lived through desperate poverty and hunger from the conflict's end in 1975 to the early 1990s, but now are amont that nation's leaders in business, education, and government.
Going to the Source John E. O'Neill
Category: Worldview Published: May 2022
"[COVID-19] was a bullet that was meant to be fired [by China], but likely was fired by mistake sooner than intended, at the wrong place, and in the wrong way."
Gorillas in the Mix Dolores T. Puterbaugh
Category: Parting Thoughts Published: May 2022
". . . God is obvious, as obvious as a gorilla in the middle of a basketball game."
Learning to Learn Online Diana L. Howles
Category: By the Book Published: May 2022
". . . Many learners experience a progression of mental stages when they join a virtual session."
No Express Line Needed Adam Kaat
Category: Life in America Published: May 2022
"Sometimes what you need and want are the same thing, and they are wrapped in coincidence. Then you end up in a grocery store during a pandemic. It's there you witness the raw nerve of humanity."
No Man Left Behind Larry A. Freeland
Category: Literary Scene Published: May 2022
". . . Our crewmen . . . run over to the downed Huey. They recover the charred bodies of Scott and his crew. . . . It is a very quiet trip flying back with our fallen comrades lying prone on the floor with their bodies sealed in heavy plastic bags."
Outlasting the Oligarchy Marilyn M. Singleton
Category: Storm Front Published: May 2022
"Our government increasingly is populated with close-minded lifelong bureaucrats like Dr. Anthony Fauci and the influential career politicians who are hardly the working man's heroes. (The likes of Nancy Pelosi come to mind.)"
Pandemic Antidote Sarah Sherwood
Category: Mind & Body Published: May 2022
"The best senior living communities are vibrant places that set their residents up for a meaningful life of family, new friends, and the resources they need, both in times of crisis and normal times."
Pandemic Worsens Overdose Crisis Leigh Wedenoja
Category: Health Beat Published: May 2022
"The stress and isolation associated with COVID-19 mitigation strategies led to some people using drugs more frequently, in greater doses, or in more dangerous ways. . . . "
Perils of Public Service Clarence E. Anthony
Category: On Second Thought Published: May 2022
"Heightened partisanship has been a concern for a while now, but I fear we may be on the verge of devolving into an even more damaging level of incivility. . . . Because of their jobs . . . local leaders' lives increasingly are at risk."
Rectifying the Jan. 6 Fiasco Thomas A. Berry
Category: American Thought Published: May 2022
"Enacting a reformed and clarified Electoral Count Act . . . would be both the correct policy choice for avoiding election chaos and the approach most consistent with our constituional design."
Remote Cultures, Indigenous Wisdom Sej Saraiya
Category: Focus Published: May 2022
"We must work toward preserving their wisdom, intelligence, innovation, and creativity if we want to preserve the beautiful diversity of our world."
The Customer Question Gerri Knilans
Category: Back to Business Published: May 2022
"A successful post-pandemic customer experience initiative invites B2B and B2C buyers and sellers to be inquisitive, responsive, and flexible."
The Pandemic Is the Opening Salvo Peter R. Breggin , Ginger Ross Breggin
Category: Political Landscape Published: May 2022
"Why would the U.S. support the Chinese Communist biowarfare program by sharing advanced research and experimentation on making pandemic viruses?"
The Worst Example of Too Many Bad Examples Matt Rosenberg
Category: Law & Justice Published: May 2022
Like so many other cities, "there is violent crime aplenty in Chicago . . . but punishment?--not so much."
Turns Out It's More than a Number Liz Mineo
Category: Health Beat Published: May 2022
". . . More older people than ever seem to lead healthy lives, engaged in a full range of activities. . . . "
What If Putin Pushes the Button?` Frank C. Bognar
Category: The World Today Published: May 2022
"There is a dictator with no regard for human life who finds himself humiliated by his major miscalculation--and increasingly isolated. What will happen if he has no way out?"
When the World's Wars Invade Your Home Kelly Bohnhoff
Category: Psychology Published: May 2022
"Talking with children about violence and war is not easy, but as we continue to navigate our way through these uncertain times, we can embrace each other with compassion, hope, and healing."
Will Health Spans Rise Along with Life Spans? Richard Jackson
Category: Health Beat Published: May 2022
"It sometimes is said that 60 is the new 40. Looking to the future, it is even possible that 80 someday will be the new 60."
Wordsmithing the Movies Wes D. Gehring
Category: Reel World Published: May 2022
"Though a picture might be worth 1,000 words, a simple phrase can assemble an ocean of words between [book] covers."