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FROM MY CORNER, The End of Overconsumption?

Howell Hurst Consumerism, Humans, People

Presently, the petroleum industry has been brought to its knees. It is massively overproducing more oil than is needed. This is evidence that the human race in its greed for “Luxury” has been wasting its finite physical resources. Essentially, we have an unlimited supply of sun, wind, and ocean wave energy to run the world… 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: Destiny & American Journalism

Howell Hurst Climate, Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Economy & Finance, Humans, People Politics

American media’s job is not to define and guide the anticipated strategic path of our nation. Nor is it to manage the current worldwide diaspora of millions of people. However, we may safely propose that both constitute an appropriate job for the world’s foremost economic and military power. United States’ policy regarding the relentless scattering… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER, A Common Sense Readjustment

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, American News, Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Defining Trump, Humans, People Politics, Presidential Election, Trump

When I first proposed to create an independent writer’s presidential campaign, I thought it would be an effective literary device from which to criticize Trump and the Corporatization of the entire Washington establishment. I’ve changed my mind. It has not proven effective. Why? I think it is simply because so many people are critical of… continue reading »