January 25, 2021

It was evident from the Sunday morning talk shows that a Congress coming together in a bipartisan way to put the interests of the nation before political ambitions may be a pipe dream for the foreseeable future. We saw US senators still sparring with program anchors over the validity of Biden’s win. It didn’t stop there: State GOP are pushing with a renewed vengeance to broaden their stay in power by doing the most undemocratic act of all; NPR study reveals troubling pattern of fatal police shootings of unarmed Blacks; Puerto Rico’s governor has a mission; and Why are gray whales starving and dying? Go beyond the headlines…

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