The opioid epidemic deserves to get headlines, but the U.S. has two other crises that will cost Americans far more in the long run.
When it comes to recent American conflicts, The New York Times offers coverage without perspective.
The U.S. is engaged in real wars in which bombs are dropped and people are killed, wounded and displaced. Yet here at home, none of it seems real.
A former classical music critic for the paper once worked under a pseudonym to discredit liberal media. This discovery and more after the jump.
Jay Sizemore's poem ponders why the U.S. is involved in war after war, a question that becomes increasingly relevant as the country continues interfering in the Middle East.