READING! “My” for Tuesday, July 21st

It’s Tuesday during a tense week in which deeply troubling things are happening in Portland, OR.

A must read article (which you’ll also find in today’s My is “Nothing Can Justify the Attack in Portland” in The Atlantic by a couple of top-notch legal journalists.

The message is as simple as it is ugly: The caravan isn’t just coming north through Mexico.

It is already here—in the efforts to take down statues, in the protests, in the pockets of disorder in American urban areas and in the gatherings of people exercising their First Amendment rights to object to police misconduct.

The caravan, in fact, is the city.

And only Trump can protect you from it—whether it is what you see when you look south or what you see when you look downtown.


OK, time for another Tuesday song:

Here’s the excellent sources that I feature each day – The Week and the Five Things to Know Today

The Conversation

Good News Network site and the Daily “Good News in History”

Creighton U. Daily Reflections

National Catholic Reporter – Copy Desk Daily, July 21, 2020

And Tuesday brings Michael Sean Winters’ Links for 7/21/20

And James Hohmann in today’s episode of the Daily 202 Big Idea Podcast updates the situation in Portland and tells about people sleeping in their cars just to receive unemployment assistance.


And here’s the link (which stays the same each day) to “My”

The Ed Tech Emergent Daily, Tuesday July 21st You can bookmark this link!


Here’s some of the most important stories that you’ll find today in My

“How Many Polar Bears Will be Left in 2100? If Temperatures Keep Rising, Probably Not Many”

“Apple Commits to Being 100% Carbon Neutral for Entire Supply Chain by 2030.”

“The Best Meditation Apps for a Moment of Calm” [NOTE: My favorite, hands down is Insight Timer as I use it every day!]

“Colleges Are Getting Ready to Blame Their Students”

“40 Best Creative Podcasts to Liven Up Your Day”

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