January 9, 2023

Over the weekend, Brazil witnessed their own version of the US Jan. 6 insurrection. Ironic, how most Americans weren’t that horrified to see the upheaval, destruction and invasion of Brazil’s seat of government. After all, it’s South America. A bias many Americans have when political breaches happen in other countries considered ‘third-world.’ However, it may not be long before we’re considered the same given the GOP reign over the House of Representatives and the numerous plans underway for retaliation of the investigations into the truth. Though respect for the Supreme Court has been irreparably damaged, they have 7 cases before them, one of which will either deepen that damage or begin the repair; Something is happening in public schools and it’s not about gun violence; Scientists verified a suspicion between ancient cities and the Cosmos; and Climate change is worsening. There’s an app to help us all do our part. Go beyond the headlines…

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