July 14, 2020

The pandemic rages on while the economy, the pride of this president, continues its slow descent into unknown economic turmoil. Experts, and even non-experts, agree that all of this could have been avoided had our leaders exhibited the kind of leadership needed to propel the nation forward instead of enacting policies that resulted in: an unprecedented number of people losing their health insurance; and Federal appeals courts still having to rule on mean-spirited, anti-immigrant White House policies. Thankfully, the world still lives on, in good and bad, that distracts us for a little while, like: Because of the murder of Vanessa Guillen, a long overdue look at the military and its treatment of women, is commanding everyone’s attention; the science is ‘growing’ on the effectiveness of plant-based diets and a new Aztec discovery has everyone talking. Go beyond the headlines…

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How the U.S. military should respond to Vanessa Guillen’s murder

Plant-based diets promote healthful aging, according to new editorial

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Aztec palace’s remains uncovered off Mexico City’s main Zócalo plaza

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