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For the past two centuries, public schools have been battlegrounds over immigration, women’s education, the theory of evolution, racial segregation, prayer, guns, lunch, dress, sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. Now there’s a new battle raging — this time, American history, and the truth, is on the line.
Let’s hear it for autumn, best season of the year — certainly in the Berkshires. It’s when school starts, football season kicks off, voters head to the polls, and the hills are alive with color and excitement.
A new Texas law allows ordinary Texans to sue people and groups suspected of aiding or abetting an abortion performed after six weeks of pregnancy and to collect up to $10,000 in damages if the suit succeeds. The law taps a deep vein in American history and public imagination: vigilantism.
Congress is close to passing a bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure bill — Democrats and Republicans haven’t come together on something this big in years. It's a sign that Americans see eye-to-eye on more issues than commonly thought.
Untruths and distortions about the COVID-19 vaccine are killing tens of thousands of Americans every day. Anti-vaxxers, along with conservative politicians and TV commentators, are slandering vaccines as ineffective, dangerous and part of a government plot to enslave the citizenry.