May 31, 2022

Polls are showing that people no longer look to the Supreme Court as the national guardians of wisdom and equitable justice. The recent leak revealing that the Court will likely overturn Roe v. Wade, along with its conservative-majority leanings, evoke doubt and distrust of motives for rulings. Now, the Supreme Court is wading into another decidedly political battle, expanding gun rights. The question facing this Court, yet again, is will it rule using the cover of The Constitution or take into account the safety and wishes of the majority of Americans? Constitutional interpretation, we are learning, lies solely with the majority in robes; Media is reporting that Russian soldiers are beginning to revolt. Not because of the injustice of the Ukrainian invasion but for something more basic; History can teach us amazing lessons. For instance, how were ancient Amazon cities able to build impressive cities without harming nature? The answer is our’s to see, if we want to; and Want to help scientists keep track of bees and butterflies? There’s an app for that! Go beyond the headlines…

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