‘Lost Battle but Winning War’ GOP Establishment v America First Republicans and Claimed Media Malpractice Examined ‘Disconnect Between Swamp and Most Americans Can’t Be More Profound;’ plus MHMarkets


Someone you know may not be into politics, but politics is into them and you. As an affordable housing crisis, other effects of inflation, pay that isn’t keeping up with rising costs, and border/immigration issues tending to dominate the news, many Americans – per polls – were opposed to more foreign aid ‘to secure or defend’ other nation’s borders. Last week’s U-turn by several Republicans (a.k.a. Grand Old Party or GOP) was seen as a betrayal of promises and their voter base.  According to Dr. Kevin Roberts, Ph.D. and president of the Heritage Foundation, the “GOP Establishment’s Days Are Numbered.” A subheading for Dr. Robert’s article on the Daily Signal said: “Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., crowed about the passage of a $95 billion foreign aid package even though it didn’t include any border security measures.” The move by House Speaker Mike Johnson (LA-R) to team up with dozens of Republican defectors to work with Democrats to pass what has been dubbed a foreign aid bill has drawn howls from conservative pundits and publications. Two days after Robert’s column, Tim Graham with the Media Research Center (MRC) asserted that “Leftist Reporters Pretend They’re Not Partisan News Squashers.” Tim Graham is director of media analysis at the Media Research Center and executive editor of the blog NewsBusters.org, said the Daily Signal. Graham from the right had an echo from Glenn Greenwald from the left who spotlighted the hypocrisy and contradictions underway in one of Greenwald’s recent “System Updates.” Those items will be provided in Parts I, II, and III of today’s report, with Part IV providing a snapshot of broader market-moving events that witnessed a down day for manufactured housing industry connected equities and much of the broader markets.


Part I


GOP Establishment’s Days Are Numbered

Kevin Roberts @KevinRobertsTX / April 27, 2024

The Republican establishment doesn’t know it yet, but last weekend was a watershed moment for their party.

On April 20, House Republican leadership facilitated passage of a foreign-aid package that sends roughly $60 billion to Ukraine, $26 billion to Israel and Gaza, $8 billion to Taiwan, and exactly zero dollars to the southern border. The bill has since passed the Democrat-led Senate and was signed by President Joe Biden.

The vote will be remembered for the choice Republican leadership made to brazenly reject its own voters in favor of the “uniparty” in Washington, D.C.

In a move that can only be described as “McConnell-esque,” House Republican leadership teamed up with Democrats to overrule the position of their own conference, their voters, and the will of the American people.

Democrats on the House Rules Committee made an unprecedented move by crossing the party line and overruling Republican opposition in committee, signaling an end to the typically Democrat versus Republican battle and the beginning of the conservative versus “uniparty” war.

The disconnect between “the Swamp” and small-town America could not be more profound. How can a political party be so tone-deaf to the plight of the everyday Americans suffering under inflation, crime, and societal rot?

How can a Republican-led House prioritize the borders of another country over our own border, even as American citizens are killed by illegal immigrants?

How can so-called fiscally responsible Republicans sign off on what is now $174 billion in direct Ukraine aid with a national debt of $34 trillion—more than $250,000 for every American household?

And how can House Speaker Mike Johnson, who had pledged repeatedly that no foreign-aid legislation would advance without first securing the border, so quickly be steamrolled by the Establishment?

In their desire to send billions of dollars to a conflict that our commander-in-chief has still, to this day, offered no plan for winning, the GOP’s leadership not only spurned their party’s own supporters but overlooked an opportunity to appeal to independent Americans frustrated by both political parties.

According to recent polling that The Heritage Foundation conducted with RMG Research, an overwhelming three out of four swing voters opposed sending any additional aid to Ukraine without also allocating funds for our own border. A majority (56%) of swing voters in key battleground states thought that the $113 billion the United States had already committed to Ukraine was too much.

The entire Heritage enterprise fought for over a year and a half on this issue. Heritage Action for America engaged our millions of grassroots members to voice their concerns to their representatives. Scholars at The Heritage Foundation presented a national security alternative package that included limited military aid to Ukraine but made border security the central focus. In an unprecedented move, we even issued a “key vote” on our legislative scorecard against Speaker Johnson’s convoluted rule, which was a gimmick that lowered the threshold to a simple majority (not a supermajority under suspension) and provided political cover for members to vote against individual pieces without jeopardizing the package.

Powerful interests were aligned against us, however, and we lost on the day. Though we lost this battle, all signs indicate that we are winning the war for the soul of the GOP. A majority of Republicans (112) voted against Ukraine aid on April 20. Younger and newer members are particularly fed up with leadership’s conciliatory approach and manipulative tactics that have led us to this point. The average age of the Senate Republicans who voted “nay” is 59, while the average age of those who voted “yea” is 66. The average “nay” vote has been in office since just 2016, while the average “yea” vote has been in Washington since 2010. The same dynamic was true with the recent $1.2 trillion omnibus spending bill.

This generational shift can be ignored by the “uniparty,” but it’s not going away. Newer, younger representatives want a choice, not an echo; and increasingly, they’re adopting a populist form of conservatism that champions “government of the people, by the people, and for the people” above all else.

In other words, they want a GOP that puts America first, something a government in any healthy republic would do. They want a GOP that acknowledges the reality that America is a nation in decline but is not yet too late to save.

As Ronald Reagan said in his 1980 address accepting the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention, “For those who have abandoned hope, we’ll restore hope and we’ll welcome them into a great national crusade to make America great again!”

And that brings us to the importance of this year’s election.

In 2016, despite staunch opposition from the GOP leadership, Donald Trump rejected the Washington consensus and initiated a generational realignment in American politics. If the conservative movement leans into the politics and policies President Donald Trump made successful, the American people will again have the opportunity this fall to accelerate a new consensus in Washington, D.C. This is why I remain optimistic about the future of our great nation.

The GOP establishment’s actions this past week portend the end of the GOP establishment, not its survival. Conservatives will win the soul of the GOP, and with it, the hearts of the American people.

Reprinted with permission from The Epoch Times. ##


Part II


Leftist Reporters Pretend They’re Not Partisan News Squashers

Eight years ago, the leftist media took great offense to being dismissed by Donald Trump as “fake news,” but they never seemed to grasp this is exactly how they painted the conservative media, as truth-defying propaganda outlets.

When the Trump trial turned to the National Enquirer, we could find national unity that the Enquirer defines “fake news.” The lefties are very excited to remind voters how the Enquirer was a Trump-allied tabloid full of garbage stories. But the liberal media spread some of them.

In May 2016, the Enquirer uncorked some garbage that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, had cheated on his wife. ABC, CBS, and NBC spent a combined 15-and-a-half minutes spreading the word of this character assassination campaign.

The pro-Biden “media reporters” were still upset last week about the Enquirer and how it played “catch and kill” with Trump accusers, squelching stories that might embarrass Trump. NPR’s David Folkenflik complained to MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace that burying salacious stories is “not a journalistic impulse, it’s not even a tabloid gossip impulse, this is essentially a partisan or propagandistic arm of the Trump campaign in all but name.”

This is coming from NPR, which aggressively trashed the Hunter Biden laptop story as a “pure distraction.” Folkenflik engaged with the story only to dismiss it as “a story marked more by red flags than investigative rigor.”

When The New York Times and The Washington Post published stories acknowledging Hunter’s laptop was real in March and April 2022, Folkenflik didn’t file a story with his regrets. He just kept attacking Fox News, his usual bread and butter.

So on the Hunter laptop, we can throw it back in Folkenflik’s face—NPR’s suppression was not a journalistic impulse, and NPR was essentially a propagandistic arm of the Biden campaign in all but name.

Worse yet, we fund it with our taxes. That gravy train should end.

Ex-CNN reporter Brian Stelter said the same thing on Joy Reid’s MSNBC show about the Enquirer: “It has nothing to do with journalism.” David Pecker’s “not a news man. He’s an advertiser! He’s a marketer, and his product was Donald Trump.” Thanks, Sherlock Stelter. Nobody should define Pecker as a news man.

Like Folkenflik, Stelter squashed the Hunter Biden laptop in 2020 as a Murdoch plot, or as a Russian disinformation campaign, because CNN’s a marketer and its product was anyone but Trump (meaning President Joe Biden).

Stelter also showed up on Alex Wagner’s MSNBC show. Wagner was hopping mad, asking what’s the point of a gag order on Trump when you have a “media-industrial complex that is effectively acting as a public defense line” for Trump? Once again, Wagner can’t imagine MSNBC acting as a “media-industrial complex” for the Democrats.

So, does Wagner wish the judge could issue a gag order for the entire conservative media landscape? No criticism allowed of the get-Trump prosecutors and judge? I thought this was a democracy.

Stelter broke out the usual bravado that the liberals live on “Earth One,” and they must see what’s happening on “Earth Two,” which is an alternative universe of hallucinations. Stelter claimed, “For Jesse Watters, Trump is God, and that is the programming every hour of every day on these other networks.”

That sounds like some crazy religion. Would Stelter survive a little fact-check on whether Fox and Newsmax perpetually pray hourly to the Orange Lord and Savior? Both sides suggest the other side of the media is fake. But both sides are slinging a lot of opinionated hot takes, and Stelter can certainly flip a flapjack on that skillet.


The Daily Signal publishes a variety of perspectives. Nothing written here is to be construed as representing the views of The Heritage Foundation. ##


Part III Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary

1) Per right-leaning financial news site ZeroHedge was the following on 4.30.2024.

QuoteMarksLeftSideTucked away in the $95 billion military aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan is a $3.5 billion slush fund to open new processing centers for Muslim migrants, in what Sen. Eric Schmitt described as a bid to “supercharge mass migration from the Middle East.


And as Breitbart points out, the $95 billion package does not include any funds to help rebuild America’s border defenses against illegal migration – but it does contain $481 million to settle migrants in US cities, and of course, the $3.5 billion to expand migration programs worldwide.

The $3.5 billion was granted to the Department of State, which works with many international groups that feed and transport migrants on their way to the United States.

Biden’s deputies are now using the refugee programs as an adjunct to their diversity-expanding “equity” migration policy. For example, Biden’s deputies used the program in March to import 3,009 migrants from the safe and democratic countries of El Salvador and Guatemala. 

They are also using the refugee funds to expand migration routes from many African and Muslim countries. In March, they pulled in 12,018 people from the Congo, plus 16,732 migrants from the Muslim countries of Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Iraq, and Eritrea, according to a report by Stacker.com. -Breitbart

Not only did the “Foreign Aid” package do nothing to secure our own border it included $3.5 Billion to supercharge mass migration from the Middle East. https://t.co/bsbYapsaE2

— Eric Schmitt (@Eric_Schmitt) April 24, 2024

QuoteMarksLeftSideAccording to an April 23 release from the Biden DHS visa-granting agency, “The Biden-Harris administration set the refugee admissions ceiling for fiscal year 2024 at 125,000 refugees,” adding “With the opening of the Doha Field Office on May 7, 2024, and the Ankara Field Office on May 9, 2024, USCIS will have 11 international field offices. Other international field offices include Beijing; Guangzhou, China; Guatemala City; Havana; Mexico City; Nairobi, Kenya; New Delhi; San Salvador, El Salvador; and Tegucigalpa, Honduras.”

So – we have the US government encouraging migration, both legal and illegal – which hurts low-income Americans the most, while neglecting to the borders. …”


2) From a different report on ZeroHedge on 5.1.2024 is the following.

QuoteMarksLeftSide…The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA), which consists of a team of 27 lawyers and support staff, including former judges, had four of the cases they litigated go before the Supreme Court in 2023. One case was decided in their favor, the remaining three are pending.

Founded by Columbia Law professor Philip Hamburger six years ago, the NCLA targets cases where they believe federal agencies have blatantly overstepped their authority or violated civil liberties..

“Normally, administrative power is understood as a separation of powers question, but it’s also a civil liberties problem because it dilutes our voting rights,” Mr. Hamburger told The Epoch Times. “We all get to vote, but the ability to make legislation is no longer in the hands of the people we elect.”

The U.S. Constitution vests Congress with law-making authority. However, government agencies are not only making laws today, he said, they also enforce those laws, then act as judge and jury over alleged violations. Taking a historical view on this issue, Mr. Hamburger argues that such administrative “absolutism” is not a new phenomenon, but merely a modern expression of absolute power once wielded by medieval kings.

The group’s clients include Drs. Jay Bhattacharya, Martin Kulldorff, and Aaron Kheriaty, and Ms. Jill Hines, plaintiffs in the case of Murthy v. Missouri, which is currently before the Supreme Court. This case involves alleged violations of the doctors’ First Amendment rights by the White House, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the FBI, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and the Surgeon General.

It deprives us of the right to a jury; it deprives us of ordinary burdens of proof; it deprives us of having an unbiased judge,” he said. “We have ALJs and commissioners instead.”

ALJ’s are “executive judges for official and unofficial hearings of administrative disputes in the federal government,” according to a Cornell Law School definition.

“Administrative law judges are considered part of the executive branch, not the judicial branch, and ALJs are appointed by the heads of the executive agencies.”

In this way, Mr. Hamburger said, the administrative state has not only accumulated powers explicitly vested in other branches of government; it has consolidated within itself the power of all three branches.

Supreme Court Taking Notice

The NCLA’s actions have been resonating in America’s court system, particularly the Supreme Court. …”

That is an issue similar to the one MHProNews previously reported and linked below. These are reportedly often small business cases.  Note that these issues are among those that have apparently been ignored by post-production MHI in their general email to industry members.  Yet, immigration obviously impacts housing and apparently unconstitutional power grabs by bureaucrats is an obvious threat to potentially thousands of smaller businesses in our industry.




3) Next, part of an attorney-turned award-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald email to MHProNews on 4.30.2024 said: “Russia Gains in Ukraine as Another Media Hoax is Revealed, PLUS: The Media’s WH Pageant…”

Per Greenwald, the following.

QuoteMarksLeftSideGood evening. It’s Monday, April 29.

Tonight: When Russian activist Alexei Navalny died in a Russian prison in February, it was asserted over and over by the U.S. media and U.S. politicians that Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered him murdered but did not mean that metaphorically—that because Putin presides over a country where dissidents are in prison, unlike the United States, it meant that he bore ultimate moral responsibility for his death. No, they meant it literally. They were asserting that Navalny died because Putin ordered his murder.

As we reviewed at the time, none of those claims made sense. Navalny died just days after Tucker Carlson interviewed Putin in his first interview with a Western journalist in more than two years and right as the $60 billion package that Biden had requested for Ukraine appeared to be permanently stalled in the GOP-led House. Why would Vladimir Putin, in the midst of all of that, order Alexei Navalny killed while he was already incommunicado in prison? And why would he then hand the West a major propaganda weapon to use against him? But none of those questions mattered. In fact, it was claimed that only Kremlin propagandists would even ask them.

As we have seen ever since Russia became Public Enemy Number 1 in the United States when Democrats blamed that country for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss, the U.S. government and its corporate media servants assert anything and everything about Putin without the slightest regard for whether it’s true, and even more so, regardless of whether the claim even makes basic sense. That’s because, again, nobody can question any claims about that country, the world’s largest nuclear power, without instantly being maligned as a Kremlin apologist or a Kremlin asset. That Putin ordered Navalny’s murder was treated as an unquestionable fact by the U.S. corporate media.

As it turns out, this claim was completely fabricated. The Wall Street Journal reported late last week that even the U.S. intelligence community now admits there is no evidence of Putin’s involvement in Navalny’s death. This hoax, just the latest in a long line designed to manipulate the American public into drowning in anti-Russia animus and even wanting war with them, was exposed as Ukraine continues to retreat and Russia continues to expand its control of that country in that war that is still ongoing.

Thanks to House Speaker Mike Johnson, who spent years claiming he was opposed to more aid to Ukraine until he completely changed his mind and united with the Biden White House as he did on several other issues, the U.S. is now sending another $60 billion to a war that even Ukrainians are increasingly recognizing is futile and are refusing to fight in it. The propaganda served its purpose, though, of having the U.S. prolong this war, but the steep price being paid by Ukraine and by the American people continues to grow.

Then: Each year, the White House press corps gets dressed up in gowns and other finery to attend a gaudy, sleazy, ostentatious gala at the White House that would embarrass Marie-Antoinette. They embarrassingly hobnob and pose with celebrities and with the White House, including the president, the person who they supposedly cover so adversarial, all while they showered themselves with praise and various awards. The primary function of this spectacle is that it reveals the true role of the U.S. press corps. They are eager members of the royal court, courtiers of it. This year was no different, and we will show you the lowlights that were particularly revealing about our current press corps. …”


4) From the left and from the right, there are voices willing to challenge and expose “the System,” “the Establishment,” “the Swamp,” “the Blob” or whatever someone wants to use to describe the nexus between big government, big media, and the big financial interests that are widely said to be de facto running the U.S. in an oligopoly, feudalistic, plutocratic, or autocratic-socialist-fascist style. Our nation is legally a republic.  Britannica explains that: “A republic is a form of government in which the people elect, or choose, their leaders. In most countries with a republican government, the people elect the head of the government, such as a president. They also elect other people, called representatives, to make laws.” While there may seem to be similarities between a democracy and a republic, a republic has certain features meant to check power and secure the rights of a minority.

While the U.S. is commonly called a democracy, even the Pledge of Allegiance reminds us of the reality.

“I pledge allegiance to the Flag
of the United States of America,
and to the Republic for which it stands:
one Nation under God, indivisible,
with Liberty and Justice for all.”


5) The battle for the future of America is being waged in part with information and misinformation. There are truths supported by facts and evidence. Then there are half-truths, spin, paltering, ignoring or avoiding facts, and a variety of methods used to manipulate large segments of the population.

To understand the present, it is helpful to understand the past which led us to this present moment in time.

To understand the present, it is useful to understand the basics of issues that often interconnect and influence our circumstances.

The purported purpose of ‘fake’ or misleading news is precisely manipulation. By shaping a narrative that may seem to fit the facts, impressions can be created.  Those impressions may be half-truths or even outright lies. This has been carefully examined in reports like those linked below.



6) Related to those reports above, per BrainyQuotes, leftist Noam Chomsky has said: “Any dictator would admire the uniformity and obedience of the U.S. media. There are very few people who are going to look into the mirror and say, ‘That person I see is a savage monster;’ instead, they make up some construction that justifies what they do.”

According to GoodReads:

“Propaganda is to a democracy what the bludgeon is to a totalitarian state.”
― Noam Chomsky, Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda

“State propaganda, when supported by the educated classes and when no deviation is permitted from it, can have a big effect. It was a lesson learned by Hitler and many others, and it has been pursued to this day.”
― Noam Chomsky, Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda

Like it or not, American history is littered with such incidents that Greenwald, Roberts, Graham, Chomsky and others have described.

“There are growing domestic social and economic problems, in fact, maybe catastrophes. Nobody in power has any intention of doing anything about them…I include here the Democratic opposition-there’s really no serious proposal about what to do about the severe problems of health, education, homelessness, joblessness, crime, soaring criminal populations, jails, deterioration in the inner cities – the whole raft of problems… In such circumstances you’ve got to divert the bewildered herd, because if they start noticing this they may not like it, since they’re the ones suffering from it. Just having them watch the Superbowl and the sitcoms may not be enough. You have to whip them up into fear of enemies. In the 1930s Hitler whipped them into fear of the Jews and gypsies. You had to crush them to defend yourselves. We have our ways, too. Over the last ten years, every year ot two, some major monster is constructed that we have to defend ourselves against.”
― Noam Chomsky, Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda

“They have the same point of view. The two parties are two factions of the business party. Most of the population doesn’t even bother voting because it looks meaningless. They’re marginalized and properly distracted. At least that’s the goal.”
― Noam Chomsky, Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda

Note that MHProNews is not endorsing every nuance of these remarks, they reflect the views of those expressing them.  That noted, Chomsky’s point about the two major parties being factions of the “business party” is similar to the concern that some who support the GOP have had about the so-called Uniparty.

Chomsky’s expression about the ‘business party’ vs. the Uniparty may be more precise because it is business interests – be it on the left (Democrat) or right (so-called Establishment Republicans) that are behind the curtain with campaign and PAC donations, lobbying, etc.  That is apparently clear to Heritage’s Roberts, who in conjunction with others is pushing for a reformed Republican Party that holds to MAGA or America First type policies. Some of these issues are near the core of Project 2025, which Heritage is working on in a coalition with a broader group of nonprofits.  The first article linked below is the Biden-leftist response to Project 2025 efforts.




7) A specific example of how these interrelated issues impacts manufactured housing is found in the report linked below.




8) The video that follows may be the subject of its own future report that delve into subjects previously covered by MHProNews but which in several (not all) respects are covered in this interesting documentary posted below.

During the course of the video below, 9/11, the Iraq War, the Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War and other topics are covered. Note that while YouTube, citing left-leaning Wikipedia, puts a label on this video, the term New World Order has been used by Joe Biden, per the White House’s own website: “And now is a time when things are shifting. We’re going to — there’s going to be a new world order out there, and we’ve got to lead it.” The late President George H.W. Bush, per his library website, said: “Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective — a new world order — can emerge.” From that same Bush library and museum website are these remarks made by the then president to Congress on 1991-01-29: “What is at stake is more than one small country; it is a big idea: a new world order, where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause…” It was so important to Bush, a former director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that he used that phrase twice in speaking to Congress. “The world can, therefore, seize this opportunity to fulfill the long-held promise of a new world order…”  There are numerous references to that by presidents of both major parties and from sources on the left and right. Per Brookings.edu: “Obama’s swan song has eloquently, though incompletely, spelt out an ambitious but essential vision for a new world order.” So, whatever left-leaning Wikipedia may want to express, there is clear evidence from public officials spanning decade and involving both major parties. The video below was produced before the Trump era. Trump apparently rejected the notion of the sort of globalist “New World Order” that both “Establishment” Bush presidents (R) and “Establishment” Democratic Presidents Clinton and Obama embraced in their own ways. That’s not to imply that every syllable or word in what follows is the gospel. But it is a useful introduction to the thinking of experts, it cites sources that can be reviewed, and is thus worth exploring and considering in the light of other facts.


9) Shadow Ring mentions Marine General Smedley Butler and his famous work, “War is a Racket.”




10) General Butler’s warnings predated those of President Dwight D. “Ike” Eisenhauer (R) by some years.




11) After Ike, there was Democratic President John F. Kennedy, who wanted to smash the CIA. Kennedy is known to have used what is called “backchannels” at various times instead of his own State Department.  Why? Because he knew that the bureaucracy may not function as hoped for and designed.


Robert F. Kennedy Jr, attorney, author, and chairman of a health advocacy nonprofit, has said several times that he does not buy the official narrative of either his uncle John F. Kennedy’s assassination nor the cover story on the assassination of his father, the late Senator Robert F. “Bobby” Kennedy.



The second quote by President Kennedy is an indication that at least some Democrats in his era did not agree with the policies of the contemporary ‘tax, borrow, and spend’ Democrats and their RINOs allies in the ‘business party’ of today. And as leftist Michael Weinstein noted, there are interest groups beyond the military-spy-industrial complex. Among them are the affordable-housing-industrial complex, which he accused “Corporate Democrats” of betraying their base in order to placate crony business interests.




12) MHProNews presents periodic reports like this one for several reasons. One, because manipulative methods such as propaganda, paltering, and posturing are ongoing, there is a regular need to understand the realties behind the facades.  Two, hopefully, over time, these insights seep into the minds of regular readers who in turn will learn to spot false, faked, and incomplete narratives that drive an agenda for some powerful interest.  The overall steady increase in readership and engagement in the past two years is evidence that suggests that may be occurring.



13) As Chomsky said in a quote shown above: “There are growing domestic social and economic problems, in fact, maybe catastrophes. Nobody in power has any intention of doing anything about them…I include here the Democratic opposition-there’s really no serious proposal about what to do about the severe problems of health, education, homelessness, joblessness, crime, soaring criminal populations, jails, deterioration in the inner cities – the whole raft of problems… In such circumstances you’ve got to divert the bewildered herd, because if they start noticing this they may not like it, since they’re the ones suffering from it. Just having them watch the Superbowl and the sitcoms may not be enough. You have to whip them up into fear of enemies.”

There is no interest in solving “homelessness” or housing problems, mused Chomsky, any more than there are the other problems that our society faces. Stirring up fear, be it from microbes, or enemies foreign or domestic is just part of the tactics to keep the masses divided and distracted.

There is a pressing need to reform the federal government and the major parties. Democrats who can’t bring themselves to vote for Trump, the figure whom the “Deep State” and “the Swamp” seem to fear the most, have the option of voting for independent Robert F. “Bobby” Kennedy Jr.  Like Trump, who also ripped the Bush family publicly and repeatedly for their many problematic behaviors in the wake of 9.11, RFK Jr. echoes parts of the concerns raised by fellow leftist Chomsky and Weinstein.

This is one of several blazing yet pithy insights from RF Kennedy. While Bush and Obama were from two different political parties, and they certainly had distinctive policies, they were each globalists that used their respective crisis to consolidate power for their billionaire backers and corporate interests. Think President Dwight D. “Ike” Eisenhower and his warning against the military industrial complex. Or on themes often similar to RF Kennedy Jr, think of the quotes previously shared from CA Gov Jerry Brown.




Kennedy said that Biden is a greater threat to the U.S. than Trump. There are other leftists running under various independent-minor party banners.

14) Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee.  The Claremont Institute Chairman Tom Klingenstein said that there is a war on the American way of life, and that people should rally around Trump.




15) It is entirely possible that Biden will step down/be replaced before or after the Democratic Convention by Kamala Harris or some other personality from the left. It therefore must be kept in mind that Harris or whomever are part of a team effort and that opposing one should be applied to opposing any replacement.

A D.C. insider who served under Trump told MHProNews recently that “elections have consequences.” Quite so. Heritage’s Roberts has made the point that they may have lost the battle in that skirmish with the RINO wing of the Business Party.  But he may have a point that the tied is turning and that the GOP will be transformed into an America First Party.  That said, it is a process, and it will take time and ongoing engagement and vigilance. See the related reports to learn more.


https://www.manufacturedhomepronews.com/politicians-rich-want-more-power-warren-buffett-bad-guys-win-buffett-charlie-munger-interview-transcript-re/ and https://www.manufacturedhomepronews.com/masthead/which-came-first-the-chicken-or-the-egg-unveiled-science-reason-faith-business-ethical-behavior-challenges-reveal-keen-insights-on-charlie-munger-sam-zell-warren-buffett/


‘Grand Canyon Sized Gap’ Between the Elites and Most of Us – Research Reveals What the 1 Percent Think of the 99 Percent – Survey Results, Facts, with Population Manipulation MHVille Analysis

Facts with Evidence for Inquiring Minds – What is Attracting Record Numbers of Manufactured Housing Professionals? – April 2024 MHVille’s Top 30; plus MHMarkets


Part IV – Our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market moves graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that may be impacting manufactured housing connected investing.

Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – 4.30.2024

  • DOJ plans to reschedule marijuana as a lower-risk drug
  • All three major indexes closed out April lower, snapping a five-month streak of gains.
  • Dow closes 570 points lower, capping losing month for stocks ahead of Fed decision
  • Delivery worker getting out of his van in rural Utah
  • Insurance group calls for Amazon, FedEx and others to use more safety tech in delivery vans
  • Cheng “Charlie” Saephan has been battling cancer for eight years and said he can now bless his family and find a good doctor.
  • Oregon man battling cancer revealed as winner of $1.3 billion Powerball jackpot
  • A drone view shows single-family homes at a new subdivision under construction in the rural hills of San Marcos, California, U.S., March 25, 2024. REUTERS/Mike Blake
  • US home prices rose in February at the fastest pace in more than a year
  • The Bumble logo on a smartphone arranged in New York, US, on Monday, Nov. 6, 2023. Bumble Inc. released earnings figures on November 7. Photographer: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg via Getty Images
  • Dating app Bumble will no longer require women to make the first move
  • Offices in a high-rise building on February 23, 2024, in Manhattan.
  • Americans’ pay gains rose faster than expected so far this year
  • Volkswagen’s electric car orders double in Europe
  • The exterior of a Walmart Health Center.
  • Walmart will close all of its health care clinics
  • Good news: The worst could be over for gas prices this spring
  • Adidas’ retro-inspired shoes are flying off shelves
  • When will the Fed begin to cut interest rates? It’s a mystery
  • Campus protesters are calling for divestment. Here’s what that means
  • Hong Kong stocks are back from the dead. Here’s why
  • HSBC CEO announces surprise retirement
  • Less choice and higher prices? Britain braces for Brexit checks on food imports
  • Samsung reports enormous jump in profit on AI boom
  • US regulators investigate fatal crashes involving Ford’s Blue Cruise hands-free driving technology
  • Sari shops and street food stalls: How e-payments have taken over India
  • US safety regulations will require better automatic braking
  • GNC is struggling. It hopes Ozempic can give it a boost
  • Paramount Global ousts chief Bob Bakish as future of media conglomerate hangs in the balance
  • Columbia student protesters are demanding divestment. Here’s what the university has divested from in the past


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