February 19, 2024

The first votes are in — among presidential historians! Using their academic expertise to rank who was the best and the worst among US presidents, presidential historians have released their list. We’re not surprised; Most of us can’t pinpoint exactly where Papua New Guinea is on the map nor how big its population is but a massacre over the weekend, though tribal, should alert us that war is happening on even the smallest scale; So, let me get this right. Educators in Florida are so afraid of the new draconian laws signed by the defunct presidential candidate and FL Gov. DeSantis that they are sending permission slips to parents to allow their children to participate in Black History Month? Sad; A new monument honoring the Japanese Americans incarcerated during WWII features an unique element that makes it more than just a symbol of domestic oppression; and Mexican voters are feeling the same threat of authoritarianism, as US voters, on their doorstep with their summer elections that they decided to do something about it. Will we do the same? Go beyond the headlines…

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