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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 »

FROM MY CORNER, Trump is The issue

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

Donald Trump is The Political Issue of the 2020 presidential election. Most Democratic candidates have defined some other issue as their main thrust: his climate change denial, blocking immigration, bashing Islamism, fundamental racism, increased nuclear spending, environmental degradation, corporate tax largesse, Obama Care opposition, Saudi Arabia coziness, the Yemen war and its subsequent child starvation,… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: My Mistake

Howell Hurst American News, Humans, People, Racism

In the last From My Corner, I said Mr. Spike Lee was lenient toward Liam Neeson’s comments about Black men. That, upon closer inspection, appears not to be true. Lee has refused apparently to cast Neeson in a new film because of his comments. Which actually proves the point I was making in the last… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: The Good News

Howell Hurst American News, Climate & Environment, Constitutional Issue, Defining Trump, Homelessness, Humans, People Politics, Racism, Refugees, Terrorism, Trump, War and Organized Mayhem, What Supremacists, Women's Issues

Yes, I know I am frequently complaining about the state of the world – all the wars, the literally millions who die from them, warriors, women, children, about homeless veterans, starving refugees – but today I am shifting course. The future of America has just now infiltrated the halls of congress: many women, African Americans,… continue reading »