February 5, 2024

Historians say that the beginning of authoritarianism in any country is when the authoritarian ruler-wannabe encourages distrust of public institutions. That playbook strategy is in full swing with Trump’s camp and cronies: Doubt the quality of education in public schools and push for school choice; Don’t trust the IRS; Don’t trust librarians to choose the right books, etc. A new Pew poll shows just how effective is this strategy; For the first time in modern history, an Indian tribe has banned a state governor from its tribal lands; Are you anxious? Did you catch Covid, even mildly in the past? Do you suffer from insomnia? It may all be connected; and Climate change continues to rage. California suffering back-to-back torrential rain systems and Chile literally ‘under fire’. Go beyond the headlines…

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