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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 »

FROM MY CORNER: Chaos in Paradise

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, American News, Corporate Avarice, Defining Trump, Digital Hell, Economy & Finance, People, People Politics, Poverty, Presidential Election, Trump

Yes, you’re right. The writer of this column has complained about the digital world before. It’s becoming increasingly absurd, however. So I thought I’d rant about it again. I was calling my AT&T wireless people about an insurance claim, when .  .  . Let me back up to the beginning. A while back some baby… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: My Exit Strategy Explained

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, American News, Constitutional Issue, Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Defense vs Diplomacy, Defining Trump, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Military Defense, People, People Politics, Presidential Election, Trump

Whenever one starts a war with some perceived enemy, it is best to have a plan for finally disengaging from all the blood and gore to safely get back home. My Paris, Madrid, Florence strategy is that idea of how to run my presidential campaign. Let me explain. Since we live in the digital age,… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Putting on Airs?

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, American News, Corporate Avarice, Defining Trump, Digital Hell, People, People Politics, Presidential Election, Trump

A trait that has become all too prevalent in America is arrogance. When I was a young mid-1960’s soldier stationed in Europe, it was common among my fellow Intelligence mates to share that we could all identify Americans walking down the street two blocks away. Their pretentious strut among the unobtrusive Europeans was so obvious:… continue reading »