COVID-19, like climate, isn’t just about a singular crisis — it’s about multiple crises unfolding all at once.
Do not listen to the president.
The Trump administration’s invocation of emergency powers could lead to egregious violations of constitutional rights.
Voting by mail exclusively would preclude the need for poll workers during a pandemic.
If we somehow avoid a catastrophe on a truly epic scale, it will not be because of the Trump administration.
Governments and communities must come up with a plan to deal with climate-related displacement amid a pandemic.
A one-time 3 percent wealth tax on the world’s richest 10 percent could raise $9 trillion toward economic recovery.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) serves as a backup health care system in a national health emergency.
Trump’s claim that this will end by Easter cannot rationally exist in the same universe as the $2 trillion aid package.
To distract from his own administration’s failures, Trump has turned to some of the U.S.’s oldest nativist tropes.