In his outstanding commentary for the New Yorker David Remnick writes:

For most people, the luxury of living in a relatively stable democracy is the luxury of not following politics with a nerve-racked constancy. Trump does not afford this. His Presidency has become the demoralizing daily obsession of anyone concerned with global security, the vitality of the natural world, the national health, constitutionalism, civil rights, criminal justice, a free press, science, public education, and the distinction between fact and its opposite.

Fortunately, I have a counter-obsession to help lift my spirits in these distressing times.


Trying Not to Drown in a Flood of Major Breaking News

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