Category: Covid-19

Prepare for 5 months of turmoil!

It’s June 5, 2020. This has been one of the most challenging year’s for all of us. These past three years have been three of the most challenging years for all of us, regardless of which side of the political spectrum you sit. The gap between Americans is now wider than ever. As we continue... Read more »

An ethical decision awaits us

As Americans continue to battle COVID-19 through social distancing and stay-at-home defensive measures, the curve is flattening and fewer people are acquiring the deadly virus.  But sometime in the near future,  a proactive offensive measure will become available to us when a vaccine, or several vaccines, are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... Read more »

A light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel?

After a three-year hiatus, I’m back on ChicagoNow to write about various news topics, lending one writer’s thoughts for consideration. The first thought is that in my time on this planet, I have never experienced what we all are going through right now. Is it scary? Hell yes! Can anyone see the light at the... Read more »