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People Politics

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: 2nd Paris Report

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, American News, Defining Trump, Economy & Finance, Europe, People Politics, Poverty, Presidential Election, Refugees, Trump

January 1, 2020 . . . New Year’s eve day in Paris was very cold, but sunny and clear. Today, it is warmer, but overcast with no sun. I wonder is this some sort of omen for 2020? The New York Times International Edition’s headlines since I arrived imply a similar forecast. December 24:“Ransomed at… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER, Politics, Philosophy, The Coloring of America 2020, and Beyond

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, Constitutional Issue, Economy & Finance, Impeachment, People Politics

The process of impeaching Mr. Trump is akin to impeaching the Republican-controlled Senate. That statement is not based on legal precedent. Rather, it is based on what we may assert is a philosophical basis; it is not a tangible act as much as it is a theoretical concept. What do I mean? I mean the… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER, Thinking Out Loud Again

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, Defining Trump, People Politics, Racism

I’ve been thinking, and that’s always a dangerous occupation. Note Mr. Trump’s recent experience with it: he sees four off-white ladies’ faces in congress and Tweets they should return to their own countries instead of criticizing America. The problem: three of them were born in America, and one is a fully naturalized citizen. So we… continue reading »