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Day: July 13, 2020

Are we going out with just a whimper?; and, a good piece of journalism on corruption in the courts.

The July 13, 2020 Lost Horizons Newsletter …where real knowledge– and actual solutions– intersect with real Americans! *** HEY, People! Please don’t just read what I post here (or anywhere), and nod your head sagely or approvingly and then move on to other things. I don’t post in order to affirm your sense of things. I post in order to equip you with perspectives and arguments with which to educate others, and in the expectation that you will forward my posts to other people (or direct them to those posts). PLEASE do… Read more Are we going out with just a whimper?; and, a good piece of journalism on corruption in the courts.

Foods for Fighting Fatigue

Getting a Healthy Boost of Energy By  Adrienne Dellwo   Medically reviewed by  Grant Hughes, MD  Who couldn’t use more energy? Most of us don’t have enough, and when we’re feeling especially low, our go-to foods and drinks tend to be high in carbohydrates, especially from sugar and/or caffeine. Those things will give you a temporary boost, but it’s often followed by a crash. So what should you eat to improve your energy? You have a lot of options that are healthier than what you’ll find in most vending machines, and the… Read more Foods for Fighting Fatigue

City of Seattle Sends Employees to Segregated ‘Undoing Your Own Whiteness’ Workshop

A woman is placed under arrest in Seattle last week as police finished clearing the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, an occupation of an area of the city that led to two deaths. The CHOP saga embarrassed the city nationally, but as it turns out, that was all that was going one that was shameful in Seattle. (Jason Redmond / AFP via Getty Images) By Joe Saunders Published July 8, 2020 at 2:52pm Seattle has gone from a summer of love to a season of shame. It was bad enough the city… Read more City of Seattle Sends Employees to Segregated ‘Undoing Your Own Whiteness’ Workshop