I last wrote about COVID, in this space, on July 29th. On that date, more than 150,000 Americans had died due to the virus.
Today--fifty-five days later--there have been an additional 50,000 deaths.
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The death of Justice Ginsburg is a profound loss for the country. She was brilliant, humane, courageous,
The photograph, below, was taken in 1972, the year she joined the faculty at Columbia Law School, with tenure. At the time, she was 38 years old, and was the first woman to be hired by the school as a full professor.
(Photo: Librado Romero/The New York Times)
|(Tony Charmoli, at Your Hit Parade rehearsal. Photo via Paul Manchester, from the Tony Charmoli archive)|
Barry Blitt is an outstanding artist/satirist/humorist. His work is featured regularly in The New Yorker; it appears often, notably, on the magazine's cover. This month, Mr. Blitt was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning.
His cover for the magazine's latest issue, published on Monday, is titled "Natural Ability."
The title (as noted in a New Yorker story, below) comes from remarks President Trump made in early March, during his coronavirus-related visit to the CDC, in Atlanta.
Mr. Trump said to reporters, at the time: "People are really surprised I understand this stuff. Every one of these doctors said, 'How do you know so much about this?' Maybe I have a natural ability."
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