Memorial Day, From the Civil War to Tulsa

Memorial Day, From the Civil War to Tulsa

BY ARTHUR SCHWARTZ | There is an irony that this year’s Memorial Day falls on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre, one of the most horrific events of racial violence in the post-Civil War history of the United States, and until recently, one of its most forgotten. (In part, we have Donald Trump to thank for re-awakening interest, […]

Strong Clean Vehicle Standards Will Help U.S. Automakers Compete Globally

Strong Clean Vehicle Standards Will Help U.S. Automakers Compete Globally

BY SCOTT M. STRINGER | Polluting products and outdated strategies—facilitated by weak regulations—are bad investments. Over the past few years, financial markets have rewarded businesses that are actively building the clean, carbon-free energy economy, while companies anchored to polluting practices have seen share prices tumble. As fiduciary to the retirement security of more than 700,000 […]

Let’s Light Up the West Side, Fairly

Let’s Light Up the West Side, Fairly

BY NYC COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATE PHELAN DANTE FITZPATRICK | Finally, marijuana legalization in New York has puff-puff-passed. After decades of treating this natural plant as if it posed the same dangers as heroin, we can now fully embrace its medicinal applications and enjoy it recreationally. Perhaps more importantly, this legislation also provides for critical […]

On Guns and Mental Health

On Guns and Mental Health

BY ARTHUR SCHWARTZ | For the second time in a week, our country faces the horrors of a mass shooting—this time in Boulder, Colorado. In fact, there have been 20 or more such shootings in the US this year. Over the last few days, in Miami Beach, officers trying to reign in out-of-control Spring Breakers have […]

My CoviDiary: The December Entries

My CoviDiary: The December Entries

EDITOR’S NOTE: Below, find the latest diary entry, then other December content. Click here for the November entries. Click here for the October entries. Click here for the September entries. Click here for the August entries.  Click here for the July entries.  Click here for the June entries. Click here for the May entries. Click […]

The Bermuda Triangle of NYC Sports

The Bermuda Triangle of NYC Sports

BY DONATHAN SALKALN | New Yorkers have been lucky with the Yankees—a somewhat stable organization with seasons of mostly winning records and a history of retaining its stars. I’m very thankful to the Steinbrenner family and current general manager Brian Cashman for bringing my dad, during his twilight years, a new generation of players that […]

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