Misdirection and Deception? Biden Silent on Trump Indictment, as Biden Fam Criminal Evidence Mounts, Trumps Rail Against Charges–Risky Era U.S. Legal System-Facts + Analysis; plus MHVille Stocks


Millions may someday look back at 3.30.2023 as a turning point in U.S. history that had a similar level of significance – and shock – as occurred on 11.22.1963, the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, TX. Some might compare it to 12.7.1941 or 9.11.2001. We now know that each of those historic events (Kennedy Assassination, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and 9.11 terror attacks) had forewarnings, just as the indictment of deposed President Trump J. Trump was forecast. The Biden White House was silent yesterday on this issue. Left-leaning CBS News reported last year that there are more than 150 suspicious activity reports involving Hunter and James Biden, citing the U.S. Treasury Department. James is Joe Biden’s brother. Hunter is Joe Biden’s son. An array of lucrative international deals have been unearthed involving the Biden family in recent years that appear to be possible payoffs for access to the highest levels of the U.S. government. Despite cries that ‘no one is above the law,’ there are obvious examples of how politics, money, and power have indeed placed some ‘elites’ in the U.S. largely beyond the reach of ‘ordinary’ justice.

Much of the reporting on what critics call ‘the Biden crime family’ business deals were initially throttled or blocked by left-leaning big tech and big media in 2020. That has been dubbed by certain opponents as domestic election interference.

In recent months, even members of the pro-Biden, pro-Democratic major media have since acknowledged several of the allegations and related evidence against members of the Biden family are apparently authentic. But in a stark contrast, after tens of millions of dollars were expended by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team of ‘angry Democrats’ attorneys, the evidence for criminal charges against deposed former President Donald J. Trump was deemed lacking. Ongoing probes by federal and state level officials into Donald Trump and his business deals have been underway for years, some of which the reports linked below say previously covered and rejected charges on the alleged crime(s) now charged. Yet after other prosecutors have reviewed the same documents and considered similar or the same charges now brought by Alvin L. Bragg, Jr., the 37th District Attorney elected in Manhattan (New York City).  The result is the historic first of an ex-U.S. president being indicted by a grand jury.

MHProNews originally had a different report planned for today. It may seem out of place to spend a day on this Trump indictment topic when a tidal wave of media across the political spectrum is already covering it.

But amidst some of the noise in mainstream reports, the cautionary tale published earlier this week on ‘Circus Politics Are Intended to Distract Us-Don’t Be Distracted’ by the Rutherford Institute’s John and Nisha Whitehead is apparently on full display.

  • Part I of today’s report will include reports from various sources on items that may have been brushed over by numbers of media outlets covering the Trump indictment.
  • Part II of this article will briefly examine the ramifications of a ‘weaponized’ legal, regulatory, and justice system. That obviously has implications for manufactured housing independents as it does for professionals in other businesses and fields. In fact, whatever happens with the Trump case can be seen as a troubling but expected extension of what has been occurring in U.S. politics, legal, and business realms for years. Will this become a rallying cry or turning point in American history?
  • Part III of this article will be the Daily Business News on MHProNews macro-markets, manufactured housing connected equities, and the left-right headlines recap.


Part I: Left – Right Media Reports on Allegations and Insights on Trump Indictment 

Apparent criminal activity related to campaigns and influence peddling could credibly be alleged against former President George W. Bush (R), William “Bill” Clinton (D), and Barack H. Obama (D), among others prominent in U.S. politics. But those ‘establishment’ figures from both major parties each danced beyond those concerns. Despite the mounting evidence of perhaps record corruption in ‘pay to play’ politics involving the Biden family, it is deposed President Trump who now faces criminal charges. Here is how the New York Times plus others in left-leaning media reported those as evidenced by the following tweets.

It isn’t Trump indictment focused, but the New York Times reported on the growing protests in French politics. That is worth mentioning, given the remarks further below by a more right-leaning source.

Other left leaning media posted the following tweets.

From political right are the following tweets and items.

There are reams of tweets that span the left-right divide. From Trump’s Truth Social account are the following samples of his reaction. Depending on the device, browser, use the scroll bar on the right to see the post. In other devices/browsers, click the image to see the post.











Trump accuses Dems of ‘election interference at the highest level in history’

Follows reports Manhattan grand jury indicted former president on questionable charge

By Bob Unruh
Published March 30, 2023 at 7:21pm

Former President Donald Trump is accusing President Joe Biden of “political persecution” and “election interference at the highest level in history,” following news that a Manhattan grand jury has indicted Trump on a questionable charge that most legal experts, including lifelong Democrats like Harvard professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, have condemned as a totally “political” prosecution.

Previously, federal investigators and federal election investigators, even the Manhattan DA himself, all tossed out the complaint as unworthy of prosecution.

But Democrats, desperately clawing at anything to use against Trump as he runs for the 2024 presidential victory, pushed DA Alvin Bragg, a far leftist whose campaign was funded by billionaire extremist George Soros, to go after a claim about a “hush money” payment to a former stripper to keep quiet about an alleged affair.

Such payments are not illegal, but Democrats are alleging the payment was a campaign contribution to Trump’s 2016 campaign.

Without this odd and controversial combination of claims, the allegations would have been dead in the water.

Democrats hope they can exploit a legal case against Trump as they promote the mentally declining octogenarian Joe Biden for another term in the White House.

However, polls show that Trump might actually benefit from the publicity and outrage, and experts in the law have concluded that Trump, even under indictment, still could be elected.

Democrats have a deathly fear of Trump as a candidate because of the success of his first “Make America Great Again” term, when he literally vaporized much of Barack Obama’s “accomplishments.”

Their concern, with reason, is that Trump would do the same to Biden’s agenda.

Trump reacted late today to the confirmation of the grand jury’s indictment:

“From the time I came down the golden escalator at Trump Tower, and even before I was sworn in as your president of the United States, the Radical Left Democrats – the enemy of the hard-working men and women of this country – have been engaged in a Witch-Hunt to destroy the Make America Great Again movement.”

He cited the Democrats’ obvious failures to take him down by fraud: “You remember it just like I do: Russia, Russia, Russia; the Mueller Hoax; Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine; Impeachment Hoax 1; Impeachment Hoax 2; the illegal and unconstitutional Mar-a-Lago raid; and now this.”

Trump further explained, “The Democrats have lied, cheated and stolen in their obsession with trying to ‘Get Trump,’ but now they’ve done the unthinkable – indicting a completely innocent person in an act of blatant Election Interference.

“Never before in our nation’s history has this been done. The Democrats have cheated countless times over the decades, including spying on my campaign, but weaponizing our justice system to punish a political opponent, who just so happens to be a president of the United States and by far the leading Republican candidate for president, has never happened before. Ever.”

He also pointed out that Bragg was “hand-picked and funded by George Soros,” an ardent Trump opponent.

“Rather than stopping the unprecedented crime wave taking over New York City, he’s doing Joe Biden’s dirty work, ignoring the murders and burglaries and assaults he should be focused on. This is how Bragg spends his time!”

Trump suggested “this Witch-Hunt” will “backfire massively on Joe Biden. The American people realize exactly what the Radical Left Democrats are doing here. Everyone can see it. So our Movement, and our Party – united and strong – will first defeat Alvin Bragg, and then we will defeat Joe Biden, and we are going to throw every last one of these Crooked Democrats out of office so we can MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

Taylor Budowich, CEO of the Make America Great Again Inc. super PAC , said in a statement: “This is not an indictment of a crime—there was no crime—instead, this news is the indictment of a failed nation. President Trump is promising to peacefully end the war in Ukraine, dismantle the deep state, and save our country by putting America first. For that, the political elites and powerbrokers have weaponized government to try and stop him. They will fail.”

Meanwhile, the porn star, Stormy Daniels, and Trump both have denied [at one point in time that] any affair took place. And Bragg has complained that he doesn’t want to answer questions from Congress about his campaign to “get” Trump.

Much of the “evidence” against Trump came from his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, who talked to the grand jury about the payment. However, Cohen has been convicted of lying to Congress and served prison time for it. Further, his own lawyer told the grand jury that Cohen was unreliable as a witness. ##

Just the News reported the following.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said Thursday night his chamber will hold Alvin Bragg to account for an “unprecedented abuse of power,” saying the Manhattan district attorney’s unprecedented indictment of former President Donald Trump has “irreparably damaged our country.”

House Republicans sent Bragg a letter last week demanding he answer questions about why he was pursuing criminal charges against the 45th president that were based on a seven-year-old financial transaction with porn actress Stormy Daniels and legal statutes that had expired.

Bragg declined to answer questions and his office Thursday informed Trump’s lawyer Joe Tacopina that it had secured an indictment from a grand jury. …” ##


The Daily Torch to MHProNews is the following report and commentary.

With the Trump indictment, have we just imported the French Revolution?

By Robert Romano

Against all warnings over how doing so could threaten to tear the United States apart, New York City Democratic District Attorney Alvin Bragg has moved forward with his ill-advised indictment of former President Donald Trump, who is running for president again in 2024.

Trump has responded to the indictment in a written statement on Truth Social, writing on March 30, “Never before in our Nation’s history has this been done. The Democrats have cheated countless times over the decades, including spying on my campaign, but weaponizing our justice system to punish a political opponent, who just so happens to be a President of the United states and by far the leading Republican candidate for President, has never happened before. Ever.”

Trump added that he thought the indictment would help him politically, predicting, “this Witch-Hunt will backfire massively on Joe Biden.”

The indictment comes after weeks of speculation that was prompted by Trump himself in a March 18 Truth Social post in which he stated, “THE FAR & AWAY LEADING REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE & FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, WILL BE ARRESTED ON TUESDAY OF NEXT WEEK. PROTEST, TAKE OUR NATION BACK!”

This prompted a March 20 joint letter from Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Oversight Chair James Comer (R-Ky.) and House Administration Chair Bryan Steil (R-Wis.) to Bragg, to which Bragg’s general counsel Leslie Dubeck responded that “Donald Trump [had] created a false expectation that he would be arrested…”

Turns out Trump was right. The indictment was coming. It was not a “false expectation” at all. Next will be the arraignment and what Trump’s opponents have sought the most, the mugshot. And then the farce of a trial.

Assuming the nation gets that far.

The truth this, this is a perilous development in our political system, something we have long resisted with notable exceptions like the Civil War, the war in which the most Americans of any war we ever fought perished, 655,000, the last time an extreme polarization of factions in the U.S. spilled over into civil conflict. Are we risking that now?

The mentality to round up one’s political opponents for crimes, real or imagined, is nothing new. But it is also highly dangerous, to the Constitution and to the civil society that makes it possible.

In an attempt to take a broader look at the history of political violence in modern times from the French Revolution and its descendant Russian Revolution, and also the subsequent rise of revolutionary fascism in Italy and Germany, I was recently looking up the origins of the “left” and “right” political lexicon itself and was surprised to learn that it originated with none other than the National Assembly during the French Revolution.

At that point still a constitutional monarchy, those who supported giving the king the power to veto legislation sat on the right, and those opposed sat on the left. Professor Michael Kazin of Georgetown University quoted in a 2019 Time Magazine article noted that in fact the terms “left-wing” and “right-wing” would not become used in English language books until the 1920s.

For me this was a revelation, and utterly fascinating, since for my entire life “left” and “right” have always been common parlance in political discourse. But it’s true. If you read through the colonial, revolutionary, federalist, Civil War and early 20th century, you won’t find any “left” or “right” in American politics. The Framers never wrote about it and neither did the political parties all through the 1800s.

To say the “left” and “right” have almost nothing to do with America’s constitutional, federal system would therefore be an understatement. It’s more akin to an alien invasion.

Of course, I am not confusing the “left” and “right” political spectrum, which I had always found to be academically useful, with America’s two-party system, which long predates the left-right lexicon’s apparent adoption here in the 20th Century.

In fact, parties were an anticipated feature of the republic in 1787. Madison wrote about factions in the Federalist No. 10, saying they were a natural outcome of liberty. The Constitution was designed to weaken what Madison called the “violence of faction”, writing: “the numerous advantages promised by a wellconstructed Union, none deserves to be more accurately developed than its tendency to break and control the violence of faction. The friend of popular governments never finds himself so much alarmed for their character and fate, as when he contemplates their propensity to this dangerous vice.”

Madison added that the danger factions pose is ever-present, noting, “The valuable improvements made by the American constitutions on the popular models, both ancient and modern, cannot certainly be too much admired; but it would be an unwarrantable partiality, to contend that they have as effectually obviated the danger on this side, as was wished and expected. Complaints are everywhere heard from our most considerate and virtuous citizens, equally the friends of public and private faith, and of public and personal liberty, that our governments are too unstable, that the public good is disregarded in the conflicts of rival parties, and that measures are too often decided, not according to the rules of justice and the rights of the minor party, but by the superior force of an interested and overbearing majority. However anxiously we may wish that these complaints had no foundation, the evidence, of known facts will not permit us to deny that they are in some degree true.”

Madison also warned that attempts to extinguish faction would also extinguish liberty: “Liberty is to faction what air is to fire, an aliment without which it instantly expires. But it could not be less folly to abolish liberty, which is essential to political life, because it nourishes faction, than it would be to wish the annihilation of air, which is essential to animal life, because it imparts to fire its destructive agency.”

Instead, the process calls for respecting the peaceful transfer of power, and for a degree of self restraint. Madison wrote, “the existence of the same passion or interest in a majority at the same time must be prevented…”

But if self restraint fails, the danger is palpable and must be addressed: “the majority, having such coexistent passion or interest, must be rendered, by their number and local situation, unable to concert and carry into effect schemes of oppression. If the impulse and the opportunity be suffered to coincide, we well know that neither moral nor religious motives can be relied on as an adequate control. They are not found to be such on the injustice and violence of individuals, and lose their efficacy in proportion to the number combined together…”

Here, Madison ruled out direct democracy, writing, “a pure democracy, by which I mean a society consisting of a small number of citizens, who assemble and administer the government in person, can admit of no cure for the mischiefs of faction,” and instead supposed that a constitutional federal republic, composed of states, a bicameral legislature and a president elected via the Electoral College, as envisioned in the Constitution, would be a suitable safeguard against the violence of faction.

It wasn’t.

But most of Madison’s predictions about pure democracy were shown to be true just a few short years later in the French Revolution of 1789. Whereas the American founding and Revolution were inspired by the philosophy of John Locke, who believed in natural rights, that property owners should govern society and that government should safeguard those natural rights, and the founders themselves only ever voted to go to war in legislature, the French Revolution, on the other hand, was inspired by the philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rosseau, who sought to overturn the inequalities of outcome from the monarchical systems, found a personal power if not right—he thought rights were conferred by the “general will” of the state—to revolution.

The idea that individual members of society could take matters into their own hands, to wage personal revolution, potentially dragging us back into the state of nature at any given moment, is one that would have repercussions for centuries. In France it would lead to the royalty and aristocrats and any dissidents against the new government being forced into guillotines. Later, as the French Revolution was imported across Europe and then led to the rise of Napoleon, it very quickly devolved into an ill-founded recipe for tyrannies of all sorts, of the majority, of the few and of the one. Whatever served the “general will”.

In Europe, by the 1900s, the political “left” was increasingly becoming associated with socialists and communists, and by the Great Depression, the political “right” was dominated by the fascists and Nazis.

The post-World War I depression and then the Great Depression in the 20th Century enabled totalitarian communism and fascism to gain a considerable foothold over the perceived failures of the liberal democracies and capitalism.

Are we entering into another such time now with today’s current bank crisis of confidence so soon after the last financial crisis of 2008 and 2009? Are liberalism and capitalism once again endangered by extreme ideologies that seek to supplant it?

More startingly, do Americans see themselves as individuals, or as groups of “left” and “right”? Sadly, I am coming to believe that importing this vernacular in the early 1920s has had unintended consequences on American politics since by that time, the terms were being increasingly used by revolutionary communists, socialists and fascists, to the point where I am coming to conclude the ideological camps that “left” and “right” endorse are themselves have become and in fact are a continued source of modern extremism, leading to national peril I fear we will not be able to avoid.

Such that there are unintended consequences here when we imported it and began using this vernacular, given its history being rooted in what turned out to be quite a bloody revolution in France and beyond. I find that in the 20th Century, one of the casualties includes classical liberalism.

The wars that followed also led to the advent of nuclear weapons and authoritarian means of controlling access to those weapons being adopted, including decades of rigging foreign elections, military interventions, domestic surveillance and censorship from the Red Scare and beyond. Tyranny and nuclear terror have followed in the wake of this madness, and the risk remains humanity’s ultimate destruction should these ideological extremes ever reach those who control such weapons in any country.

As I’ve observed American politics for the past 20 years or so, I’ve noted particularly the youth of today who are political appear far more concerned about who is “left” or “right” when they are analyzing public policies, if they care about public policies at all, than they are with upholding the Constitution and individual rights, supporting or opposing legislation, executive orders and/or regulations, or with reading any Enlightenment thinkers whether John Locke, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, Edmund Burke, John Stuart Mill and many others, which over the years were pivotal in shaping how Americans view liberty and freedom.

The other casualty of seeing each other in “left” and “right” political camps appears to be any semblance of the civil society. All that is necessary for the civil society is to respect what de Alexis Tocqueville called the “reciprocal influence” we have upon one another, but also, to control the danger of what Madison called the “violence of faction” that threatens popular governments at every turn.

When, instead, we view each other as political enemies, in this context, censorship becomes not something to abhor, but something to embrace in order to extinguish the opposition. Political violence similarly becomes attractive as the camps are encouraged to seek out one’s political enemies, often meeting in the streets, as we have witnessed in numerous American cities in recent years. This is dangerous.

We are getting to a point where supposedly serious political thinkers cannot tell the difference between George Orwell, who criticized totalitarian communism, and Josef Stalin, whom he was criticizing, simply because Orwell happened to be a socialist, even though he wrote some of the most important works on individual freedom and freedom of speech in the 20th Century and probably in human history.

Meanwhile, Republicans are mistakenly and cruelly labeled “Nazis” just for supporting Trump or simply wanting to preserve creative freedom in their own works free over what they perceive to be politically driven left-leaning corporate controls.

Many of the political rants we see today might make Joseph McCarthy blush. In comparison, at least in the 1940s and 1950s, there was a legitimate problem of Soviet infiltration and nuclear proliferation, whereas today the divisions I observe almost daily by both sides are more so seeded in a desire to simply silence and extinguish one’s political opponents.

These developments are even more fearsome in the hands of government officials, where we witness the counterterrorism, government surveillance and censorship policies that have been increasing the past two decades are used to extinguish faction but whose collateral damage appears to include liberty and free speech.

I fear we are repeating the mistakes of not just the Red Scare but also of COINTELPRO and other abuses that ultimately led to the formation by Sen. Frank Church of the permanent select committee on intelligence, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act which was meant to rein these abuse in and absurdly how FISA has ever since been used to do the opposite, especially in the war on terrorism and again in 2016 against the Trump campaign.

These abuses in turn can fuel a desire to work against these polices by regular Americans, but not through debate or proposing and supporting legislation or regulations to rein it in, but with political mobs who feel compelled to take matters into their own hands, whether to stop police brutality or the so-called “deep state”. Just find your enemies and stop them.

Academically, I had always found these terms are useful, but I am coming to believe one of the unintended consequences of importing the “left” and the “right” into American politics a century ago appears to have been to strengthen the power of factions in our system that the Constitution was meant to weaken, making the eventual tyranny of the majority Madison warned against more likely. The political poles are poison.

Just look at how the French Revolution (which was eventually imported by Russia, Italy, Germany, etc.) played out: the “left” ended up putting the royalty into guillotines and “right” ended up anointing Napoleon. Both the communists and fascists were fascinated by the Jacobins and what they achieved through political violence, and both ideologies were anti-liberal. They were obsessed with the “left” and the “right”.

I believe these lexicons can be particularly destructive outside of academia, especially among younger Americans, although I can imagine that in academia they could ultimately become harmful, too.

Either way, Americans are being mobilized to vote, an important feature of our own constitutional system, but they may not understand many of the institutions they often depend on—and importantly that liberty depends upon.

For that reason, I have always encouraged participation in our civil society systems including elections, but also in respecting the peaceful transfer of power, which I felt was thwarted in many respects both in 2020 and 2016—during the ill-fated Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot but also the unwise attempts to remove Trump before he had even taken office in 2017, with false allegations that he had been some sort of Russian agent, leading to government surveillance, criminal investigations and special counsels, only to have Trump cleared of any conspiracy with Russia to hack the DNC and put the emails onto Wikileaks.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 2019 report stated, “In particular, the Office did not find evidence likely to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Campaign officials such as Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, and Carter Page acted as agents of the Russian government — or at its direction, control or request — during the relevant time period.”

Manafort was brought up on unrelated tax and bank fraud charges and Papadopoulos on a process crime related to his questioning. As for former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, per the Mueller report, “Cohen had never traveled to Prague…” And so, he very well could not have been there meeting with Russian intelligence officials, as had been alleged by the Clinton-paid dossier author, former British spy Christopher Steele. Page was not charged with anything. It was all fake.

And yet it was widely reported and widely believed by millions of Americans, who in the process came to see their political opponents as foreign agents. But neither side is really immune to this. These are failings not of “left” or “right,” but of human nature.

Especially among younger Americans, I am witnessing an increasing trend towards believing that the political system itself is the obstacle to obtaining real political “change,” both on the “left” and the “right,” which to me is a flashing red warning sign on our consoles that must urgently be addressed.

In fact, it’s never too late to see things have gone too far and to turn back from the brink, to use that “reciprocal influence” we all have to control the “violence of faction”. On Jan. 6, 2021, when he saw that his own supporters had broke into the U.S. Capitol, on Twitter, Trump wrote, “I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Remember, WE are the Party of Law & Order – respect the Law and our great men and women in Blue. Thank you!” Afterward, the riot dispersed. Leadership can make a difference.

And yet, factions have always been a troublesome feature of the American republic. The French Revolution and its aftermath was one of the biggest problems President George Washington had to deal with.

With the Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793, in abdicating the treaty with France, America’s top ally, Washington kept the U.S. out of the French Revolutionary Wars. At the time it was deeply unpopular, as France was still highly popular among the American people. But Washington stood his ground.

And then John Jay’s 1794 Treaty with France he made a trade agreement with America’s top adversary, Great Britain, and also settling the question of British troops in North America and the protecting Loyalists who were persecuted after the American Revolution. Washington wrote to Charles Carroll in 1796 that he did it for “Twenty years peace…[to] enable us…to bid defiance to any power on earth.”

Washington was trying to get America’s feet on the ground as a young nation, and to keep us out of the revolutionary wars of Europe. But eventually, the U.S. would succumb to its own factions in 1860. The danger is always present.

It might be worth taking a closer look at the violent “left” and “right” factions that dominated the first half of the 20th Century, because they appear to be gaining traction again today particularly among younger Americans, who appear to be increasingly susceptible to believing their neighbors are political enemies who need to be removed or defeated in some way that usually doesn’t include elections, and who are often viewing videos of political and police violence on a daily basis, thereby imperiling the very foundations of our civil society as politics is being portrayed as some sort of blood sport.

It could be that our own way of observing politics along these poles could be exacerbating it, since by accepting the inclusion of the “left’ and the “right,” we also accept the inclusion of their extremes. We have imported the French Revolution.

Today, we need calming voices on all sides, who can help navigate and bring us back from the  brink, including everyday Americans who I often find myself urging participation as they navigate what are often very complex and confusing public policy issues that oftentimes do not have easy solutions and could take years if not decades to fully address and therefore will require patience. But do they have patience?

De Tocqueville once wrote, “if we despair of imparting to all citizens those ideas and sentiments which first prepare them for freedom and then allow them to enjoy it, there will be no independence left for anybody…but only an equal tyranny for all.” Our discourse and our ability to educate one another is all that keeps the civil society intact, and teaches to our children the necessary conditions for freedom.

We’ve already had one civil war in this country, and through this push to take out political enemies, we are absolutely risking another one. We have a civil society, and it is worth preserving, but it can also be lost.

I fear Americans are pitting themselves against one another, and the indictment of Trump is just the latest episode in a theater of criminalizing our politics, a catalyst for a worsening of tensions in a situation that was already very tense. For the uninitiated, viewing everyone as enemies could become an intoxicating recipe for national calamity. We must see the danger before it is too late and we are consumed by it.

Robert Romano is the Vice President of Public Policy at Americans for Limited Government Foundation.


Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary in Brief

On WMAL during the hand-off to Chris Plante’s show, Larry O’Connor said of the Trump Indictment, “I smell bananas.”

Nancy Pelosi’s tweet has been ripped by those who know what constitutional law actually says.

Readers to Pelosi’s remarks added context they thought people might want to know; “Ms. Pelosi mistakenly says that Trump can prove his innocence at trial. Law in the US assumes the innocence of a defendant and the prosecution must prove guilt for a conviction. law.cornell.edu/wex/presumptio…


Gaslighting by the former Speaker of the House, anyone?

MHProNews has reported previously the Soviet-Communist dictum, “Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.”

‘Show Me the Man, and I’ll Show You the Crime’ – Lavrentiy Beria, Lessons to Recapture American Rights, Reviving Affordable Manufactured Home Performance – Viewpoint; plus Sunday Headlines Recap

The Whiteheads, as was previously noted, were cited earlier this week on MHProNews on their ‘distraction’ tactics, with related insights and observations.


‘Circus Politics Are Intended to Distract Us-Don’t Be Distracted’-Rutherford’s John, Nisha Whitehead Outline ‘Magician’s Sleight of Hand Keep You Focused on Shell Game’; plus MHVille Stocks Update


Much, but not all, of big media and big tech are in bed with the political left. That is what former CNN journalist turned WMAL pundit Plante has called “information dominance.” Despite the advice by Whitehead not to be distracted, it is difficult not to consider the grave implications of the reported indictment by Trump and what will follow next week.

But meanwhile, what several conservative pundits have called “the Biden crime family” continue to skate on with no obvious consequences to their numerous evidence based concerns about political payoffs. Newsmax’s Rob Schmitt has called Hunter Biden “a bagman” for the Biden family’s profitable political corruption.

It is going too far to say that the elites and connected never face justice in America. There are several examples of wealthy and connected people finally falling and going to prison.



The basis for a stable and functioning business climate is the rule of law.


Unpacking MH Attorney Kurt Kelley’s ‘Predictability in Law is the Key to a Prosperous Republic.’ Is USA Democracy or Republic? Why it Matters to Businesses, Pros, Consumers, or any American

While this is tragic on one level, it may in time prove to be a blessing in disguise. The U.S. has been moving increasingly left and corrupt for decades. Donald J. Trump has promised to uproot the Deep State and its financial backers. That is something that the powers that be do not want to risk.

It is obviously too early to tell how this will play out. Right or wrong, it is conceivable that Trump could be in court instead of on the campaign trail as a result of this and other expected charges out of Georgia and elsewhere. If deposed President Trump is convicted, right or wrong, it is possible that this plan to sideline the leading opponent for Biden-Democrats could succeed. While most Republicans will publicly rail against this, Establishment Republicans and their favored alternative candidates for president will relish this opportunity.

Is this creeping darkness over the American Republic the point where the sleeping giant is awakened? Or is sufficient energy lacking for ‘patriots’ and constitutionalists to stop this steady march toward authoritarianism?

One must keep in mind Warren Buffett’s remarks to CNBC approaching two years ago.


Clearly, all of this has a massive significance on how the political-legal-business-markets operate. Thus, the case can be made that it would be journalistic malpractice not to periodically dip into these developments. So, MHProNews will monitor and report as deemed prudent. Obviously, people must continue their lives as if this indictment never occurred, but the ramifications this has for virtually everyone’s future is difficult to understate. Stay tuned, be properly informed, pray and stay engaged for the sake of the future of our country. Because a turning point in U.S. history is upon us. The question that remains to be answered, is what direction will our ‘republic’ turn? ##

Chris Plante on WMAL said on 3.31.2023 about 10.50 AM that what is good for the goose is good for the gander. Republican AGs across the country ought to start charges against the Biden family. Biden ought to be impeached. ‘On what charges?” Plante rhetorically asked. Mocking the Democratic led-probes of Trump, he said the charges can be determined later.

The Washington Post is a left-leaning media source, clearly in the Biden camp. Which makes their spotlighting of Biden’s real estate holdings all the more telling.


President Harry S. Truman was a Democrat. See the quotable quote below.



Part III. Daily Business News on MHProNews Markets Segment

The modifications of our prior Daily Business News on MHProNews format of the recap of yesterday evening’s market report are provided below. It still includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines. The macro market moves graphics will provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities.

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

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Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from the evening of 3.30.2023 

  • Note: the top story on CNN was the Trump Indictment, but our headline capture system failed last night. MHProNews regrets the error and any inconvenience.


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Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax 3.30.2023

  • New York Grand Jury Indicts Donald Trump
  • Trump Indicted by NY Grand Jury
  • Trump’s Legal Issues
  • Dershowitz: Bragg ‘Bringing Shame’ to DA’s Office
  • Steil: House Deserves Answers From DA
  • Robert Costello: Bragg ‘Gerrymandering’ to Make Case | video
  • Dershowitz: Bragg ‘Bringing Shame’ to DA’s Office | video
  • Lara Trump: Cuomo Unlikely Trump Ally | video
  • More Trump’s Legal Issues
  • Newsmax TV
  • Brandon Judd: Impeach Mayorkas for Lying
  • Comer: Bidens ‘Stonewalling’ in China Probe | video
  • Tuberville: Pentagon ‘Ruffled’ Over Abortion Standoff | video
  • Alford: I Don’t Believe Anything From ‘Hack’ DA Bragg
  • AG Landry: Bring Feds ‘to Heel’
  • AG: Trans Bill Similar to European Model | video
  • Reschenthaler: Left’s Mining Policies ‘Weaken Us’ | video
  • Budd: Biden Politicizes Guns Without Knowing Facts | video
  • More Newsmax TV
  • Newsfront
  • Turkish Parliament OKs Finland’s NATO Entry
  • Turkey’s parliament approved a bill on Thursday to allow Finland to join NATO, clearing the way for Helsinki to join the Western defense alliance as war rages in Ukraine…. [Full Story]
  • Sotomayor Urges Students to Fight ‘Wrong’ Court Rulings
  • Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor told a group of law students [Full Story]
  • Trump Indicted in New York, a First for a US Ex-president
  • Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury after a [Full Story]
  • Former Pastor: School Shooter Not Known by Victim’s Dad
  • A former Covenant School pastor sparked several misleading headlines [Full Story]
  • Biden ‘Assault Weapon’ Ban Is Misguided, Experts Say
  • President Joe Biden jumped the gun by calling for a federal ban on [Full Story] | Platinum Article
  • McCarthy: ‘I Support Netanyahu, Israeli Patriot’
  • Amid partisan protests in Israel and President Joe Biden openly [Full Story] | video
  • Ukraine Acknowledges Russian Gains in Bakhmut
  • Ukraine said on Thursday Russian forces had made some gains inside [Full Story]
  • Related
  • Russia Arrests Wall Street Journal Reporter for Espionage
  • Ukraine Boxing Legend Wladimir Klitschko Slams IOC
  • In Germany on First State Visit, Britain’s Charles III Vows Solidarity with Kyiv
  • Zelenskyy Warns Any Russian Victory Could Be Perilous
  • AOC Flees ‘Libs of TikTok’ Creator, Served Ethics Complaint
  • Libs of TikTok influencer Chaya Raichik approached Rep. Alexandria [Full Story] | video
  • NHL Evaluating ‘Pride Night’ as More Players Opt Out
  • One of the most enduring stories in the NHL this season isn’t about [Full Story] | Platinum Article
  • Vatican Step Brings Healing for Native Peoples
  • Responding to Indigenous demands, the Vatican has formally repudiated [Full Story]
  • DA Bragg Probing Another Trump Hush-Money Payment
  • The Manhattan district attorney’s office is looking into an alleged [Full Story]
  • Bolsonaro Returns to Brazil, Vows Lula’s Days Are Numbered
  • Ex-President Jair Bolsonaro returned home to Brazil Thursday from [Full Story]
  • WH to Russia: Act Professionally in Council Presidency
  • The White House on Thursday urged Russia to conduct itself [Full Story]
  • Study: T. Rex Teeth Were Covered by Lips
  • Sorry, “Jurassic Park” and toy makers everywhere. Tyrannosaurus rex [Full Story]
  • Wall Street Ends Up as Tech Run Continues
  • S. stocks ended higher Thursday as technology-related shares [Full Story]
  • US Says 2 Citizens Kidnapped in Haiti
  • Two U.S. citizens were kidnapped in Haiti, State Department deputy [Full Story]
  • Not Just Trump’s VP: Pence Touts Years of Experience
  • As former Vice President Pence approaches a likely 2024 run for [Full Story]
  • UK Intel: Russia May Coerce Recruits
  • Russia may resort to coercing its citizens into volunteering for the [Full Story]
  • Pope’s Health Better After Antibiotics, Vatican Says
  • Pope Francis has seen a marked improvement in his health after [Full Story]
  • Jennifer Aniston: Younger Generations Find ‘Friends’ Offensive
  • Jennifer Aniston believes that comedy in today’s climate can be [Full Story]
  • Biden Classified Docs Special Counsel Brings On Trump-Era Duo
  • The special counsel investigating President Joe Biden’s handling of [Full Story]
  • 4 Red Flags That Could Trigger an IRS Audit
  • With the Internal Revenue Service armed with an additional $80 [Full Story]
  • Video Report: School Shooting Raises Gun Law Debate
  • The Nashville school shooting has renewed calls for assault weapons [Full Story] | video
  • Charles Warns Europe Security Under Threat in German Speech
  • King Charles III called Russia’s war in Ukraine a threat to European [Full Story]
  • Biden Pushes New Bank Rules Without Congress
  • The Biden administration proposed a list of new measures Thursday [Full Story]
  • Jeremy Renner: ‘I Chose to Survive’ Snowplow Accident
  • Jeremy Renner is speaking in depth about his horrific snowplow [Full Story]
  • Trevor Gerszt: 4 Reasons Recession Is on the Horizon
  • More and more Americans today expect the economy to fall into [Full Story]
  • Used-Car Prices, After Finally Easing, Climb Again
  • Well, it was nice while it lasted. For nearly a year, the average used [Full Story]
  • Drug Overdose Deaths Quadrupled in Seniors
  • Drug overdose deaths – both accidental and intentional – have [Full Story]
  • Pets Could Help Prevent Food Allergies in Kids
  • While research has shown that having pets can lower the chances of [Full Story]
  • Jan 6 ‘Shaman’ Chansley Moved to Halfway House
  • Jacob Chansley, the man known as the Jan. 6 “Shaman,” has been moved [Full Story]
  • Finance
  • Biden Pushes Tougher Bank Rules Without Congress
  • The Biden administration proposed a list of new measures Thursday that it says can be done without Congress, including telling midsized banks to hold more liquid assets, increase their capital, and submit to regular stress tests…. [Full Story]
  • Fed Officials Keep Rate Hike Door Open
  • Average Wall Street Bonus Dips 26% to $176,700
  • deLespinasse: Increase All Workers’ Taxes to Protect Their Social Security
  • Labor Market Still Tight; Corporate Profits Decline
  • More Finance
  • Health
  • Pets Could Help Prevent Food Allergies in Kids
  • While research has shown that having pets can lower the chances of respiratory allergies in children, a new study finds it might also reduce the risk of food allergies. Japanese investigators found that young children exposed to dogs in the home were less likely to…… [Full Story]
  • Procedure Converts Veins to Arteries, Spares Amputation
  • Pope Francis ‘Gradually Improving’ After Hospitalization
  • How Magnesium Can Help You Sleep Better
  • Spring Cleaning? Beware of This Poisonous Combo


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2022 was a tough year for many stocks. Unfortunately, that pattern held true for manufactured home industry (MHVille) connected stocks too.

See the facts, linked below.

‘Stomach Churning Year’ CNN-Wall Street ‘Forget 2022’ Down Year – Major Equities Data Compared to Manufactured Housing Stocks, Manufactured Home Community REITs, Performance for Year by Company




      • NOTE 1: The 3rd chart above of manufactured housing connected equities includes the Canadian stock, ECN, which purchased Triad Financial Services, a manufactured home industry finance lender.
      • NOTE 2: Drew changed its name and trading symbol at the end of 2016 to Lippert (LCII).
      • NOTE 3: Deer Valley was largely taken private, say company insiders in a message to MHProNews on 12.15.2020, but there are still some outstanding shares of the stock from the days when it was a publicly traded firm.  Thus, there is still periodic activity on DVLY.
      • Note 4: some recent or related reports to the REITs, stocks, and other equities named above follow in the reports linked below.


Sun Communities – ‘Development in Our DNA,’ ESG Stance, Q4 2022 Year End Results Earnings Call & PR – Facts, Insights Beyond PR and Official SUI Statements; plus MHVille REITs, Stocks Update

‘Undervalued’ Cavco Industries Touts Q Result$ ‘Dire Need for Housing’ ‘January Traffic Up’- Rev Up 16%-Sales, Earnings, Mgmt Call Data–Analysis Beyond CVCO Statements; plus MHVille Stocks Update

‘Killing’s as Easy as Breathing’ ‘Bad Guys Know More Games’ Warren Buffett Annual Berkshire Hathaway Letter, Clayton Homes, 21st, VMF-Manufactured Home Loans-Compelling MHVille Expert Views

‘Keeping Our Mobile Home Communities Safe, Well-Maintained, Affordable is Vital’ – Attorney General Wm Tong Testimony, More Follow Probe of Sun Communities (SUI) Issue–Latest MHI Member Scandal?

Nobility Homes, Inc. Sales and Earnings for its Fiscal Year 2022 Report, Result$ Best Inflation – Net After Taxes Up 34%, More Fact$; DeSantis ESG and NOBH; plus MHVille Stocks, Market Updates

‘Manufactured Housing in the News,’ Unpacking UMH CEO Sam Landy Op-Ed’ It’s Time for Bi-Partisanship on Affordable Manufactured Housing Homeownership’ in HousingWire; plus MHMarkets Updates

Manufactured Housing Properties-Results for Three and Nine Months Ending September 30.2022–Exploring ‘Mobile Home Park’ Manufactured Home Community Investing; plus MHVille REITs, Stocks Update

‘Changes Will Benefit Customers,’ Boost Sales-Legacy Homes CEO Duncan Bates – LEGH ‘Delivered 22.5% Return on Equity in 1 Yr’ – Corp Q3 2022 Insights, Analysis; plus MHVille REITs, Stocks Update  

CEO Mark Yost, Skyline Champion Insiders SELL Million$ Value SKY Stock, Home Sales Drop-4th Q 2022 (3QFiscal2023), Official Result$-Facts, Analysis, Info Beyond PR; plus MHVille Stocks Update

Triad Financial Services Q2-2022 FINANCIAL RESULTS, per ECN Capital – Several Bright Spots in Manufactured Home Market Highlighted, Including Communities, Retail, Land-Home, Floor; MHStocks Update

BlackRock Document Exposes Central Banks like Federal Reserve on Recession; Manufactured Home Producer Cavco Industries 2022 Year End Results (CVCOQ3.23) Facts+Analysis; plus MHVille Stocks Update


Manufactured Home Communities (a.k.a. ‘Mobile Home Parks’ – SIC) – Exploring UMH Properties; Fellow Manufactured Housing Institute Member Yes! Communities Suits and Settlements; plus MH Markets Updates


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All on Capitol Hill were welcoming and interested in manufactured housing related issues. But Congressman Al Green’s office was tremendous in their hospitality. Our son’s hand is on a package that included a copy of the Constitution of the United States and other goodies. Tamas has grown considerably since this photo was taken. He is now an impressive, often thoughtful, teen. 

By L.A. “Tony” Kovach – for MHProNews.
Tony earned a journalism scholarship along with numerous awards in history. There have been several awards and honors and also recognition in manufactured housing. For example, he earned the prestigious Lottinville Award in history from the University of Oklahoma, where he studied history and business management. He’s a managing member and co-founder of LifeStyle Factory Homes, LLC, the parent company to MHProNews, and MHLivingNews.com. This article reflects the LLC’s and/or the writer’s position and may or may not reflect the views of sponsors or supporters.








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