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Over the last decade, liberal journalists have held up Germany’s renewable energy transition — Energiewende — as an environmental model for the world. more
While most people acknowledge that climate change is indeed a problem, only recently has the dialogue regarding the issue taken center stage in world politics. more
Faculty and staff from the City University of New York will soon vote on the ratification of a new union contract. I’ll be voting “yes” on the contract bargained by the Professional Staff Congress — my union — because I believe the deal will improve the lives of the union members who elected me chapter chair at Lehman College. more
Hunger — be it on a global, national or local level — is a critical issue. more
Trump’s Ukrainian funding delay is the latest of numerous instances of putting his own personal interests above Congress-approved foreign aid. more
On Friday, Oct. 25, an email from the Ben Franklin Reform Democratic Club that referred to an upcoming meeting for members arrived in my inbox. From this email I extracted that, precisely five months to the day I submitted a new member inquiry form on the Ben Franklin Club website, I had finally become a member. more
There are fewer than 100,000 Holocaust survivors still among us, according to a 2016 Time story. And even among them, the youngest are now in their mid-70s. more
In the waning days of his presidency, Barack Obama prophetically reminded us that “progress does not always move in a straight line.” more
The weekend of Oct. 19-20 was an absolute feast for Riverdale classical music lovers. Within 26 hours, we were treated to three concerts of the highest quality at, or very close to, home. more
A purported final proposal for bus service for the Bronx has been released by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. more
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