Colors: Cyan Color

Over the last few weeks, an unprecedented number of illegal aliens have crossed the border between the United States and Mexico.  The Biden administration is completely overwhelmed, refusing to provide information or access to the media.  The word “crisis” is certainly appropriate, yet the administration refuses to use that term.  Word games aside, this is a crisis.

 As far as provocative headlines go, a call to remove masks in 2021 is akin to declaring the Earth is round in 1421. It will be seen as anti-scientific, harmful nonsense. Nonetheless, as the pandemic wanes and the vaccine is distributed, there needs to come a point where people can be comfortable to go back to normal.

It is not an understatement to say that this past year has been incredibly tumultuous; for many people this has been the hardest year of their lives. This city has suffered, tremendously, an unprecedented health crisis that has had a devastating economic effect. Thankfully, there is now light at the end of the tunnel, but we still have a way to go and must remain vigilant for a little bit longer. This great city was not problem-free before this pandemic hit; however, many of the issues have been exacerbated because of it.

On May 20, 2020, the Queens Jewish Link published my column, “The Worst Governor In America.”  In it, I laid out the argument that Andrew Cuomo was leading the state of New York to ruin during the height of the pandemic’s first wave, while the media allowed him to falsely blame all his failures on President Trump.  Now that their preferred candidate, Joe Biden, is in office, Cuomo has outlived the Democrats’ need for him.  So now, nearly 300 days after the Queens Jewish Link said it, the mainstream media is finally ready to admit that Andrew Cuomo is the worst governor in America.

 h moment of truth could be coming for two politicians who were riding high. Both have been in office for a long time and have dominated politics. Both face serious legal problems. Both have a reputation for bullying other politicians. And the colleagues they have antagonized may come back to haunt them as they face the most serious challenge yet to their hold on power.

Pink or blue or rainbow?

This is not a question about colors. It’s a matter of a type of self-indulgent behavior that is becoming annoyingly – and occasionally dangerously – common in US culture, related to gender identity.