September 27, 2021

No one is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes but, in my opinion, the # 1 mistake we all make, every minute of the day, is that we don’t think what happens in Congress affects us — if you don’t count validating a presidential election or confirming a conservative justice or… You see? What happens in Congress DOES affect us and all of us should pay attention this week; One Georgia prosecutor noticed something impacting minority offenders and is on a mission to change it; An Australian doctor just found a simple way to save people from shark bites, and anyone can learn it; and One man in Mexico may have figured out to help Latin American farmers facing climate crisis. Go beyond the headlines…

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