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FROM MY CORNER: Get The Handcuffs!

Howell Hurst American News, Defining Trump, People, Refugees, Trump

Who let this petulant, pettifogging, immature, infantile, juvenile, callow, childlike, bullying, little-boy-white-collar-narcissistic goon into The White House? He keeps thousands of people without pay for two weeks, largely disables Homeland Security, National Parks, and other basic functions – just because he cannot get a wall that two-thirds of the country is against. In the name… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: New Year’s Resolutions

Howell Hurst Climate, Climate & Environment, Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Homelessness, People, People Politics, Poverty, Refugees, War and Organized Mayhem

I’ve been thinking lately (always a dangerous occupation) and I think it’s time we got a head start on our New Year’s Resolutions. Just like the number of months in a year and the number of disciples of the spiritual leader of our most popular religion, I’ve come up with an even dozen. Here are… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Hepatitis Outbreak Among Homeless

Howell Hurst American News, Climate & Environment, Homelessness, Military Defense, People, People Politics, Poverty

I have often written about our Homeless, especially Homeless Veterans, forgotten by our defese industry, the Pentagon, polliticians nearly everyone. Now, it emerges that over 10,000 American Homeless have contracted Hepatitis because they have not had adequeate sanitary facilities. Permit me to suggest you copy the Link below and patch it into the address bar… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Random End-of-Year Thoughts

Howell Hurst American News, Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Economy & Finance, People, People Politics, Poverty, War and Organized Mayhem

Looking though the several “From My Corner” comments I have placed on Facebook over the years, I happened upon the two items below: one mine, one a quote from a friend of mine. Once I wrote: “Why do we allow the Federal, State, and Local governments to own and control so much land (not all… continue reading »