November 4, 2022

Disgusting reports are surfacing of how GOP supporters are actually going door-to-door scaring people into thinking if they vote they’re committing a crime. Couple that with the overnight news of Trump announcing at a rally that he would “very, very, very probably” run again in 2024 and the path the GOP is on is the scariest we’ve seen in US history; And so what do you do if someone challenges your right to vote? There are specific things to do and say; Will the Supreme Court disregard precedent again?; Though fingers like to be pointed at individuals as being racist, or organizations of practicing discrimination, the media industry has their own problems with racism and now there’s a ‘calculator’ to prove it; One of the biggest drawbacks of buying an electric vehicle (EV) is the worry of not finding a charging place when you need more juice. Now, there’s an app to help for that. Go beyond the headlines…

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