Mass Shootings in the U.S. and the Need to Do Something; Also, Sweat Does a Body Good

Seeing the recent run of mass shootings in the United States as unacceptable, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss how the public at large appears to be being targeted and how our society has gotten to the point where it is seemingly unable to do anything to address the problem (01:08).  The guys also react to some recent findings on how sweat works and is beneficial for our bodies (41:31).

Two shootings, 10 days apart: Texas school massacre comes on heels of racist killings in Buffalo (USAToday)

Warriors’ Steve Kerr delivers emotional, passionate plea in wake of Texas elementary school shooting (CBS Sports)

Lobbying by gun rights groups hit a spending record in 2021. They outspent gun control by more than 5x (Forbes)

The GOP lawmakers who get the most cash from gun rights groups (Axios)

Everything you need to know about the assault weapons ban, in one post (WaPo)

Shape Magazine: Sweat Is Good for You. The Latest Science Explains Why (Apple News)

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