LEYZEROVYCH: Fink's proclamation wildly concerning

For those who have been keeping up with the global financial markets as I have, above the complexities of quarterly reports, geopolitical tussles and pandemic emergencies, there can be found the big, brand new thing of Wall Street: Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) investing. 


MAI: Climate activism’s core consists of economic radicalism

The annual gathering of business leaders, heads of state and cultural elites in the Swiss Alps for the World Economic Forum (WEF) last week showcased two starkly different approaches for thinking about climate change — one defined by hysteria and destructive radicalism, and the other focused on harnessing human ingenuity by promoting free enterprise. 


QOBRTAY: Objectifying womens' bodies must stop

I threw on my sparkly blue turtleneck and ignored the itchiness I felt from its raspy clutches. I slipped into the black jumpsuit I’ve worn about a thousand times before, a favorite from a closet of carefully selected clothes I’ve accumulated over the years. 


EDITORIAL: Journalism, endorsements should not mix

While a newspaper, or any other source of news, endorsing a political candidate may seem a natural, if not inevitable occurrence at first — after all, those who work in the media, biased or not, have access to contemporary and topical information — the truth of the matter is that journalistic institutions should abstain from endorsing candidates. 

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