Dirk Haire, the Chair of Maryland's GOP, joins us to talk about the upcoming election. And we meet Jamie Sycamore, who is running as an Independent for the D.C. Council.
We’ve grown accustomed to the slogan “See Something, Say Something.” It’s a reminder we hear over PA systems in public places and on signs posted at airports, on transit systems and in arenas. But with constant distractions pouring from our phones and a cultural habit of multitasking, it’s become harder to see all the danger of our surroundings –- not to mention opportunities to enjoy our surroundings. We consider ways to tap into our visual intelligence to better navigate the world.
- Amy Herman Author, "Visual Intelligence: Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life"
How Do Different Law Enforcers Encourage "See Something, Say Something"?
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