Dr Marilyn Singleton

Why America needs to seek a better future, not re-litigate the past

Dr. Marilyn Singleton joins Jim Blasingame to offer her perspective on why, warts and all, America is still the land of opportunity for everyone, but only if we shift to focusing on making the future better, without blame about the past.

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Dr. Marilyn Singleton joins Jim Blasingame to report as a medical professional that we’re succeeding against the COVID-19 disease because increased incidence is a product of better testing, while hospitalizations and deaths from the disease are down.
Dr. Marilyn Singleton joins Jim Blasingame to offer her perspective as a “Black Boomer” woman on the negative impact of the Black Lives Matter organization, which has a stated focus on efforts that do not represent what’s best for the future of America.
Dr. Marilyn Singleton joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the progress that’s been made in race relations in the U.S., and those who refuse to recognize that any progress has been made, or take responsibility for themselves.
Dr. Marilyn Singleton joins Jim Blasingame to propose that had Dr. Martin Luther King lived, race relations in the U.S. would be much better because he held all sides responsible for their behavior and contributions.
Dr. Marilyn Singleton joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the dishonest and toxic strategy of perpetrating a victim narrative for almost every political discussion, and how this has set back race relations in the US.