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March 18, 2020

The coronavirus is like a spider in that it has many ‘legs’ of consequence: layoffs, health risks, business closings, school closings, family separations, etc. A new report tries to quantify just how many jobs are at risk; Scientists are…

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March 9, 2020

March is Women’s History Month and Time magazine shares its list of 100 women of the year; How vulnerable are immigrants at the border to catching the coronavirus?; A Mayan queen was discovered to have built something that amazes…

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March 2, 2020

There was hope at the end of last week for migrants denied waiting in the US for asylum requests. Yet, at the 11th hour, the DOJ intervened and guess what happened; The 2020 Census is now online; The US…

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February 26, 2020

As usual, it’s exhausting trying to keep up with today’s news. Maybe that’s why the US Census wants to make filling out the 2020 census as easy as a click and send; Believe it or not, there’s not a…

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February 14, 2020

Though the world continues to roil in turmoil and hate it’s important to remember good still exists. What better day to take a breath and celebrate — Valentine’s Day! Looking through a ‘love’ lens won’t make the headlines hurt…

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January 28, 2020

With the Supreme Court’s disappointing decision on letting the Trump administration keep out those immigrants who can’t prove they already have a job, WalletHub releases a state-by-state analysis, with video, of just how big an impact immigration is to…

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January 27, 2020

As the Trump administration steadily strips discrimination rules that helped make our country more equitable, his head of ICE just declared the next disturbing discriminatory action this administration will take if the Supreme Court does this; Thanks to Trump’s…

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January 22, 2020

Can this administration and its allies go any lower? Evidently, yes. In addition to watching the GOP deny the nation’s quest for accountability and challenge of wrongdoing in this administration, we now find that the Trump administration authorized a…

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January 10, 2020

A popular anecdotal theory as to why Trump’s core base of supporters stick with him, though they see he’s corrupt, a pathological liar, a divider and a narcissist, is because they think he will ‘preserve’ the white majority in…

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December 2, 2019

The countdown to Christmas officially begins for many of us, as well as, Trump’s impeachment trial. Yet, our main focus this week should be on Madrid, the last-minute site for the international gathering for the Conference of Parties for…

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November 21, 2019

World Children’s Day came and went yesterday but Florida aims to keep reminding its residents the importance of honoring all children and quit doing this to them; Pew research finds Hispanics and African Americans make up the majority in…

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November 13, 2019

There’s a growing fear that robots and AI will take jobs & pose other kinds of threats to society. Yet, when a ruling body making a life-changing decision through a narrow lens void of compassion then we don’t have…

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November 7, 2019

Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has some ideas on how to change US immigration policy. New ideas or just resurrecting old ones?; Grieving Mormon family gets Mexican escort to funerals, but is it enough?; and No surprise but online…

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November 6, 2019

The morning after a historic political shift in Virginia and a possible Democratic win in Kentucky provides some hope that Trump’s influence among GOP voters isn’t as strong as he wants us all to believe. Yet, a new poll…

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October 23, 2019

People not familiar with the symbiotic relationship of communities who live along either side of a country’s borders have a completely different impression of the reality of border living. That’s why when the Trump admin allowed the military to…

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October 17, 2019

This morning, we sadly learn of the death of Rep. Elijah Cummings. He was a familiar face leading the fight to make Trump accountable for his words and actions. Rep. Cummings had a historical role in our nation’s history,…

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October 16, 2019

It’s no surprise that Trump vetoed this bill; Immigrant victims of domestic violence fears are rising; Study highlights findings between academic achievement gap and racial discipline disparities; and Our national forests are in danger, not from climate change but…

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October 2, 2019

The case of two bans. The difference between what FL and NY just banned couldn’t be more polar opposite and underscores how the fight for the moral soul of the country is Right vs. Left; Why watch Sunday morning…

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September 30, 2019

Did we really need a study to say that some Latinos pay this much of their salaries to rent?; Biden is looking otra vez to Latinos to help push him to win the nomination. Will he succeed?; and Los…

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September 27, 2019

Today, as the nation celebrates the observance of Native American Day, and hopefully remembers the forced separation of Native American children from their parents to “Indian schools,” a judge will hear arguments over the US detention of migrant children….

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September 26, 2019

From the now infamous Ukranian call, we get affirmation that the modus operandi of this President is to strong-arm foreign leaders to get his way. So, Honduras is the latest country to sign an asylum agreement. It should make…

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September 25, 2019

Running up the national debt seems to be a national pastime for this administration and his Senate. Who would have thought the Senate would approve $5 billion for this; A deported veteran is fighting again for his country; and…

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September 24, 2019

Among today’s headlines: Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg impressed critics and supporters alike with her eloquent defense, heartfelt frustration and challenge to world leaders to do something about climate. Yet, there was only one world leader who chose…