December 22, 2022

The end of 2022 is fast approaching and events of historic proportions is how historians will remember the final chapter of 2022: The Jan 6 panel investigation into the insurrection; The long-awaited release of Trump’s tax returns; A former president being referred for criminal charges; The admission by the Pentagon that UFOs exist; Rising inflation and pending recession; Rising anti-semitic and LGBTQ hate crimes; Abnormally strong weather patterns; The final easing of Covid in the US coupled with the rise of flu and RSV; and The appearance of Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy before the US Congress. Reviewing these events and others can’t help but stir a little apprehension of what’s to come in 2023. For now, we can only hope it don’t get worse. Go beyond the headlines…

Jan. 6 panel prepares to unveil final report on insurrection

Zelenskyy’s address to Congress puts him in a category with Churchill, Netanyahu and Mandela

Spending package won’t include ‘Dreamer’ protections

LGBTQ Americans are 9 times more likely to be victimized by a hate crime

California’s lost history of lynching Latinos in Los Angeles more than 100 years ago

American life expectancy is now at its lowest in nearly two decades

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Mexico media say president’s attacks on journalists are ‘invitation to violence’

Fleeing Venezuelans ignore dangers of Darién jungle

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