From the NYT’s news section:
Two Crises Convulse a Nation: A Pandemic and Police Violence
Emotions were already raw over the toll of a pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 people across the country and cost millions of jobs.
You might think the politicized pillaging going on at a high-end retailer near you might at least constitute a third crisis, but, sorry …
From the NYT’s opinion section:
The Nation’s Largest Police Force Is Treating Us as an Enemy
The N.Y.P.D. strikes back harshly at demonstrators in a weekend of protests.
Also from the NYT’s opinion section:
Anti-Lockdown Rebels Don’t Get to Choose Their Own Constitution
Protesters in Michigan who sought to intimidate the governor and the Legislature with a show of arms aren’t just misreading the Second Amendment.
By Greg Weiner
Mr. Weiner is a political scientist and was a senior Senate aide to Bob Kerrey, Democrat of Nebraska.
May 31, 2020
As long as you can keep straight in your head who are the designated Good Guys and who are the designated Bad Guys, you’ll never even be vaguely troubled by this sort of thing.