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FROM MY CORNER: A Possible Lesson of the Virus

Howell Hurst Corporate Avarice, Defining Trump, Humans

Now, I don’t want to seem unjustifiably optimistic about the final outcome of our current battle with nature. However, with the exception of the world’s multinational corporate officers, I sincerely anticipate that the people of the planet’s human race may learn something from all this. Very likely, the corporate officers won’t. They remain largely mesmerized… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Who for President?

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, People Politics, Presidential Election

Delaware’s good-old-boy Joe Biden is the elected Federal official who has singly most helped create and sustain the United States financial credit system that keeps the American public over-consuming and awash in debt. There are literally more financial institutions licensed in free-wheeling Delaware than there are registered Delaware voters. Delaware laws are specifically designed to… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: My Presidential Team

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, American News, Climate, Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, People Politics, Presidential Election, Refugees, Women's Issues

The giant American Capitalist status quo seems to think that U.S. workers are in their way, instead of being the reason for America existing. This heads us toward an increasing conflict that is begging for a solution. Therefore: I would like to see Bernie Sanders nominated for President and Elizabeth Warren for Vice President. Why… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Society’s Savior?

Howell Hurst Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, Humans, People Politics

In Time magazine’s February 3rd issue, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s viewpoint,“How to save capitalism,” states: “Capitalism has been the most successful economic system in history. But we can improve upon it to help solve society’s problems and lift up more people. Now is the time.” Begging Mr. Dimon’s pardon, I suggest it is… continue reading »