January 14, 2021

As Washington DC builds up their defenses against threats to the safety and security of Biden’s inauguration on January 20, federal agencies are starting to rebuild their own defenses that had been dismantled. by the Trump administration; So, where are people getting their news? Hint: not from newspapers; Many don’t believe systemic racism occurs in the one industry that determines life and death; and Scientists warn that a “forever” drought is already here in this part of the country. Go beyond the headlines…

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