If you want to persuade normal Americans to take a crisis seriously, you have a moral obligation to act as if you take it seriously, too.
The current crisis already shows signs of touching off big, lasting changes in our two major parties’ agendas.
He should emphasize replacing Trump, which is the unifying message for all of his potential voters.
Using the virus to advance an anti-China agenda, as well as using it to decry ‘racism,’ look like desperate efforts to exploit a crisis.
Trump’s unwavering braggadocio is entertaining (to some) when the stakes are low, but it’s unnerving during a public-health crisis.
Bernie Sanders supporters’ claims that the nomination is being stolen from him prove that an unearned sense of entitlement is a bipartisan phenomenon.
Authoritarianism in one form or another kept most of humanity poor for hundreds of thousands of years.