2020 will surely qualify as an “annus horribilis” in the history of the Republic.
By New Year’s, one in every 1,000 Americans, 330,000, will be dead from the worst pandemic in 100 years.
The U.S. economy will have sustained a blow to rival the worst year of the Great Depression.
Only at the apex of World War II has the U.S. deficit and debt been so large a share of our economy.
By year’s end, tens of millions were denying the legitimacy of the designated president-elect, who was to take office on Jan. 20.