May 9, 2022

As more global dignitaries took clandestine weekend trips to Ukraine to underscore their unwavering support for the freedom fighters, the US was feted to a 60 Minutes interview with Dr. Mark Esper, Trump’s former Defense Secretary. In the interview, we learn the extent of how dangerous Trump was, not just to US democracy, but to our national security and longstanding allies. Esper makes the point that Trump continues to be a danger to the country; The national wealth gap may be widening with fewer lower income households able to afford buying homes but the White House wants to ensure everyone has equal access to the internet; A new survey finds that Latino homebuyers resort to this risky behavior when trying to buy homes; Canada and Mexico have always opened their borders to US tourists and now they’re rolling out the welcome mat for women seeking to make a choice. Go beyond the headlines…

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