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Refugees

FROM MY CORNER: 2+2=3

Howell Hurst American News, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, Nature, People Politics, Refugees, Trump, War and Organized Mayhem

One third of Americans are in denial. Some of them are relatively close acquaintances of mine. The phone conversations I have with them are deeply unsettling to me. I never could have imagined the gulf of misunderstanding possible between fellow American citizens. I’m referring to the Left vs Right political barbarity, the Republican vs Democrat… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Rational Biden vs The Stunted American Press & Public

Howell Hurst American News, Corona Virus, Economy & Finance, Humans, People, People Politics, Refugees

A week ago, a business colleague informed me President Biden was obviously demented.  Although diametrically opposed to my colleague’s thinking, I held my tongue and waited. If anything is now clear from his press conference, it is that the president is a rationally thinking man. I cannot say the same for the immature press corps… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: America The Beautiful

Howell Hurst American News, Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Defense Spending, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, People, Poverty, Refugees

We Americans just spent millions prosecuting Trump, shooting rockets to Mars, building new nuclear bombs, and militarizing space, while for-profit real estate corporations have begun evicting pregnant mothers from their homes. You can read about all of this online, in our magazines and newspapers, where corporations are still advertising luxury cars, multi-million dollar houses, and… continue reading »

FROM MY CORNER: Capitalism’s Best Investment

Howell Hurst Consumerism, Corporate Avarice, Economy & Finance, Homelessness, Humans, Poverty, Refugees

Current online Internet discussions claim that everything is heading to a newly energy-sourced economy.  Gas service filling stations will eventually become obsolete as solar, wind, and sea power are harnessed and all vehicles become electric. Economists project a need for much additional labor, and are asking where will we find the workers to fill all… continue reading »