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FROM MY CORNER: Republicans Speak

Howell Hurst American News, Defining Trump, People, People Politics, Prisons & Jails, Republicans, Trump

PBS’s coverage of the Subcommittee’s Report presents concrete evidence supplied by Republicans of Trump’s influence upon the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. Any Americans who did not see this live PBS report need to seek it on the Internet and view the entire presentation. Particularly, those who physically attacked the Capitol need to view… continue reading »

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:Old New Commentaries

Howell Hurst American News, Consumerism, Defense vs Diplomacy, Economy & Finance, Military Defense, People Politics, War and Organized Mayhem

Looking over previous notes, I see a couple of FROM MY CORNER’S that never made it to this. Blog site. So, to correct that, here they are, although some out out of psynch with real time. Missed Commentary Nr. One: FROM MY CORNER Our Ultimate Future? The unique American writer Joan Didion once wrote, “Las… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Our Ultimate. Future?

Howell Hurst American News, Defining Trump, Economy & Finance, Humans, People, People Politics, Republicans, Trump, War and Organized Mayhem

The unique American writer Joan Didion once wrote, “Las Vegas is the most extreme and allegorical of American settlements – bizarre and beautiful in its venality . . . in its devotion to immediate gratification . . . which makes it an extraordinarily stimulating and interesting place.” And later she also wrote, “The desert, any… continue reading »