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Greg Maresca | Remnant Columnist

Public transportation in the city of New York – surface and especially subterranean – has never had a sterling reputation.  The recent coverage surrounding the death of homeless and mentally ailing Jordan Neely, who was threatening riders saying, “he had little to live for” on a Manhattan subway train underscored this longtime sordid rep.

For my first 17 years, a hat was, well, a hat. It wasn’t until I stepped off the bus in the wee hours of a humid June morning and landed on those celebrated yellow footprints of Parris Island that I quickly learned what I once called a hat was now a cover.

Anheuser-Busch (AB) seeking to pass off a man for a woman in their latest advertising campaign, hitched their Clydesdales to 26-year-old transgender Dylan Mulvaney that only reinforces their wokeness. 

The older I get, my hearing and vision isn’t necessarily the problem; rather, it is believing what I hear and see. To wit: the “Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act” voted on last week in The House of Representatives.

The intelligence community is a dysfunctional mess, or is it? The evidence seems overwhelming for a slam dunk conviction. After Jack Teixeira, a 21-year-old enlisted guardsman, got his Doritos-stained fingers on top secret documents from that confidential repository known as the Massachusetts Air National Guard and posted them online in a gaming chat group – questions abound.  

As Easter Sunday dawns on post-Christian America, liberty and world peace are threatened on a daily basis unlike anything seen since World War II. Does anyone seriously trust that a political party that believes in multiple genders can cope with threats from such hostile states? 

The candid proclamation briefly made national headlines as it came soon after Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU), a 16th-seed in the NCAA’s annual basketball tournament upset the number one seeded Purdue Boilermakers – only the second time a 16th seed knocked off a number one – before quickly fading away.

The distinction of true and false questions weighed against multiple choice ones are the odds. Even better is the fact that there is no need to flip a coin to answer the following unless your initials are J.L. or J.S. 

For two years, Americans have had to endure escalating inflation not seen in decades.

As we spring ahead this weekend, the question remains will there be a fall back come November? The “Sunshine Protection Act” that sailed through the Senate with little debate last year would make Daylight Savings Time (DST) permanent year-round.  Efforts to make the Act the law of the land have stalled in the House where it must first pass before landing on the president’s desk – provided the “big guy” signs it into law. 

Infrastructure and its numerous appendages, like electric substations, are not the most fashionable of subjects.  Electricity is one of those things we take for granted being at our disposal with a simple flip of a switch.