Members of the National Guard are being forced to stay at the Capitol and protect our lawmakers from imagined threats. If government wants to force them to stay, it is only right that they start adhering to two rules: Treat the National Guard with the utmost respect, and crack down with police force the next time a BLM riot happens. Otherwise, the White House and Congress need to send the National Guard home.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo seems to have an affinity for bringing harmful progressivism to the once thriving state of New York. From his interference in an ethics committee in 2014 to expanding abortion rights in some cases up to birth through the Reproductive Health Act in 2019, Cuomo’s governorship is shrouded in accounts of moral greyness.
In an age of uncertainty and forced adaptivity, being alone on Thanksgiving is highly possible. In fact, my brother was exposed to COVID-19 and must quarantine on Thanksgiving. I wouldn’t feel so bad for him if he weren’t the kind of person who burns microwavable popcorn. Even colleges and universities around the nation are trying to convince students to stay on campus for the holiday, pushing “friendsgiving” and other ways to celebrate in the dorms to slow the spread.