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FROM MY CORNER:Corporare Capitalist Homelessness

Howell Hurst Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, Education, Homelessness, People Politics, Police, Poverty

Over one quarter of all land in America is owned and held off the active housing market in America by the Federal government – allegedly, but not all actually, designated protective nature habitat. More is owned by State, County, City Governments, and Corporations. The balance is owned by Real Estate Companies and Individuals. About one… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: The Next Twist?

Howell Hurst American News, Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Digital Hell, Economy & Finance, Europe, Homelessness, Humans, People, People Politics, Refugees

The most unusual twist has occurred in my life: from an anticipated permanent move to Europe, I have momentarily taken root in Las Vegas, Nevada. Several steps created my departure from West Hollywood to Paris, France, and subsequently to Nice on the Mediterranean Sea. And more thereafter. I spent two weeks in Paris searching for… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Irony at its Worst

Howell Hurst Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Defense vs Diplomacy, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, Military Defense, People, Poverty, Refugees, Terrorism, War and Organized Mayhem

Nice Report #4 . . . As I have reported about my personal pleasure in Nice, France, I cannot help but read the many individual stories of Haitian and other refugees desperately struggling to find footholds in life. Recently I wrote as I have many times before about the $$ Trillions spent by nations on… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Biden Missing The Bulls-Eye

Howell Hurst American News, Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, People, People Politics, Poverty, Racial Abuse

The much touted $ Trillion Infrastructure Bill continues the American financial model that taxes us to pay the already-wealthy.  Consider: highways and bridges are built by giant multimillion dollar engineering and construction firms. The $ Billions such firms will receive in an Infrastructure bill will not “trickle down” to the tens of thousands almost about to… continue reading »