In OtherWords: April 1, 2020

In OtherWords: April 1, 2020

This week, we’re full up again on coronavirus crisis perspectives. On the health care front, fourth-year Georgia med student Mark Luskus talks about what the critical shortage of protective masks has meant for health care at his institution. And Dr. Leo Lopez,...
In OtherWords: March 25, 2020

In OtherWords: March 25, 2020

As Congress negotiates what looks to be a huge corporate bailout — and a modest economic stimulus package — coronavirus cases continue to increase exponentially. We’re all looking ahead dimly to a dual economic and public health catastrophe. Ray...
In OtherWords: March 18, 2020

In OtherWords: March 18, 2020

Well, life sure feels different this week. With schools, offices, bars, restaurants, gyms, and public gatherings of all kind grinding to a halt, hundreds of millions of Americans are coming to grips with “social distancing.” But while it’s necessary...
In OtherWords: March 11, 2020

In OtherWords: March 11, 2020

Who’s ready to die for Trump’s ego? That’s Mitchell Zimmerman’s question as the Trump administration’s sole worry about the coronavirus pandemic appears to be the political optics. Meanwhile, cartoonist Khalil Bendib has a dark take on...
In OtherWords: March 4, 2020

In OtherWords: March 4, 2020

Super Tuesday just put Joe Biden back in the frontrunner spot of the Democratic primary. But while Democrats voted, other stories were percolating beneath the headlines. For instance, the U.S. struck a deal with the Taliban to someday withdraw U.S. troops from...
In OtherWords: February 26, 2020

In OtherWords: February 26, 2020

Last night, Democrats met in South Carolina for a raucous and contentious debate. As primary season surges onward, cartoonist Khalil Bendib imagines an unflattering comparison between Mike Bloomberg’s past defense of “stop and frisk” policing and a...