October 25, 2021

It’s getting clearer and clearer that the pandemic changed the world in so many fundamental ways that historians may take years to fully document its true impact. For instance, business leaders just declared something they probably thought they never would have to say; and Puerto Rico has achieved new status and respect for being the only place in America to do something every state should be striving for; and the Biden admin is finally addressing the bane of working immigrants; Also, entrepreneurial endeavors have blossomed in the pandemic era: touch screens that eliminate one major excuse for not shopping online and A new calendar app for people with lots of virtual meetings. The list goes on but as always…Go beyond the headlines!

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