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Jim and I met when we worked together as carhops at Bill’s Drive-In for 45¢ an hour plus tips. We were fourteen years old. Until now, he had attended St. Gabriel’s; I was a product of the public school. That year, we both went out for the high school track team. Jim, who was tall and lean, w…
A group of House conservatives have been discussing an “America First Caucus” that would aim to protect and advance what they call “Anglo-Saxon political traditions.”
What if I said only deserving individuals – meaning people who meet some government standard of personal responsibility – could get a COVID-19 vaccine? Ridiculous, of course. Everyone is vulnerable to the coronavirus and equally worthy of protection.