May 18, 2021

Now we know who’s behind the rapid increase of GOP-controlled state legislatures’ push to restrict voter access — dark money groups. One such group even boasted aloud of writing the amendments for some states. No doubt, history will try these groups as the first traitors of our Democracy unless more bipartisan efforts are made to combat these dark souls trying to destroy our fragile future. Thankfully, those bipartisan efforts are beginning; The Supreme Court just ruled against police doing one thing that led to too many innocent victims being shot in their own homes; Scientists say Antarctica will experience catastrophic melting if this doesn’t happen; and A newly discovered Mayan site still enjoys little attention. Go beyond the headlines…

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What we know about UFOs: How the Pentagon has handled reported sightings, mysterious videos and more

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A recently discovered Maya site in Campeche’s jungle gets few visitors

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