We need to stand up to the baseless, negative opinions on the subject and encourage New Yorkers to take a break from the subway and bike to work every now and then.
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Finding Morsi guilty, on the other hand, is dangerous and has the ability to add a lot more chaos to the power vacuum that is already in place in Egypt.
These exhibits can certainly be graphic, but they are, in no way, downplaying the death of JFK.
Even though the reform process was stalled, we cannot let stop-and-frisk continue as it is.
Whether the shutdown was justified is another debate, but the greater toll it took on science is a shame, especially after the president had affirmed his support for science just a few years earlier.
We must think long and hard as a society if we are willing to risk the government invading our privacy through this technology.
We hear about problems of race all the time—whether in our own country or abroad—but for the most part, we feel that we are far removed from the influence of such backward thinking.
Which team de Blasio supports says more about him than merely what jersey hangs in his closet.
Obamacare still has some major glitches that need to be rectified, and for Congress to risk the country’s economy and its workers for an initiative that’s not fully fleshed out is not very logical.
This terrible event should set an important precedent for future incidents and prompt changes in police procedure regarding the use of deadly force.