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FROM MY CORNER: Why No Adult Presidenrtial Campaigning?

Howell Hurst Climate & Environment, Corona Virus, Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, Military Defense, Nature, People, People Politics, Presidential Election, Refugees, War and Organized Mayhem

The over-all content of both the American Democrat and Republican campaigns is supremely immature. Neither candidate nor any of his supporting speakers is articulating the most vital issues facing the nation and the world today. There is no over-all comprehensive picture being drawn by either party of the strategies they propose to bring our country… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Yes, Joe Biden

Howell Hurst 2020 Presidential Election, Consumerism, Defining Trump, People, Poverty, Presidential Election, Trump

It’s a no brainer. Joe Biden, like all people and certainly all politicians, has his faults. But one thing is crystal clear: he’ll be a far more competent president than Donald Trump. Why? One word says it. “Humanism.” Joe likes people. He always has. You might call it his weakness. But, the thing is this:… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: America’s Denial

Howell Hurst Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, People, People Politics, Poverty, Racism

FROM MY CORNER“America’s Denial”: Distribution: To all my U.S. Readers  [A bit longer commentary this time than usual, I admit. But, since I’ve been silent a couple of weeks, I believe you’ll find it’s worth the reading.] DATELINE: Carmel, CA, USA . . . August 15, 2020 ———————  In The Atlantic magazine’s September edition a… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: America’s Priorities

Howell Hurst Corona Virus, Humans, Nature, People

Three life-sustaining things are absolutely necessary right now.               1. We all must remain housed for isolation.             2. We all must be able to acquire food.              3. We all must be able to acquire medical attention. All other consumption can and should be considered of secondary importance. All landlords can and should be required not to… continue reading »