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Racism Mimics Viral Pandemic

Editors’ Note: This article relies upon news reporting from several Irish newspapers. VoxFairfax has generally avoided commentary on international affairs, but a recent flap in Britain could not be ignored, mostly because its elements were remarkably similar, if not identical,… Read More ›


By Barbara Baum Levine Reading The Accidental President: Harry S. Truman and The Four Months That Changed The World by A.J. Baime, one is impressed with the striking comparisons to both Donald Trump and Joe Biden in the challenges each… Read More ›

The Chronicles of a Presidency

It is unlike the question “Where were you on 9/11/2001?” to remember where you were on the day the latest P45 shocker was issued. In the past 1,300+ days since his inauguration, this President, according to The Washington Post, has… Read More ›

When Is Old Too Old?

By Frank Blechman I am a baby boomer. You’re welcome. I am now in my mid-70s, shorter, fatter and slower than I was 50, 40, or even 30 years ago. My children are grown and living on their own. I… Read More ›

The Future: Campaign Staff Unions

Editors’ Note: Sourced from Huffpost, May 4, 2020. While candidates for office proclaim allegiance to and platforms to benefit unions and their members, the failure of those same candidates to create and offer union membership and benefits to campaign workers… Read More ›