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The COVID-19 shutdowns are going to have a much larger impact on the United States than we can even begin to imagine.
Doctors, nurses and medical professionals on the front lines are "heroes," and I won't disagree with that, but if they are so critical to the future of America, why have so many been laid off and furloughed due to COVID-19?
Donald Trump's presidency has brought its fair share of partisan and ideological inversions: The Democrats are now the party of Russia-hawkishness, free trade, and, rhetorically at least, fiscal probity. Republicans, meanwhile, now back conditions-free confabs with Stalinist dictators like Kim Jong-un and pass federal budgets whose deficits top $1 trillion -- and this was before the coronavirus crisis brought the economy to its knees.