‘Oh, Donald [Trump], What Are We Going to Do With You?’ Jim Darlington Op-Ed on Deep State, Pros and Cons of ‘Wild Man vs Monk’ Explored; plus MHVille Market Updates

‘Oh, Donald [Trump], What Are We Going to Do With You’ Jim Darlington Op-Ed on Deep State, Pros and Cons of ‘Wild Man vs Monk’ Explored; plus MHVille Market Updates MHProNews

The op-ed that follows by Jim Darlington reflect his thoughts, which may or may not align with those of this publication’s editorial perspectives. That said, Darlington’s thesis is a useful topic as it tees up what could become a crowded Republican field and signals that Joe Biden will have Democrats challenging him for his party’s presential nomination too. Given the importance of the rule of law to our profession and all others, this following op-ed provided by the WND News Center to MHProNews was deemed to be a thoughtful and timely issue. That Part I topic will be followed in Part II with additional information with more MHProNews analysis and commentary on the evolving 2024 presidential campaign hopefuls and related business and investing issues. Part III is our signature macro and manufactured housing market connected equities updates which includes the left-right headlines recap. Whether you support deposed President Donald J. Trump, another candidate, or a different party, the comments by Darlington are interesting and a useful place to dive into the emerging 2023-2024 campaign season.

WND says of op-ed author Darlington that: “Jim Darlington was raised in the left and rebelled to the far left in the ’70s. Came to his political senses in the ’80s. Came to Jesus Christ in the ’90s. Now is praying for America…” MuckRack indicates that Darlington also writes for Nature and American Thinker, among others. Here MuckRack’s listing of the platform’s he writes for: “NatureWNDAmerican ThinkerTri-State Livestock NewsUSSA NewsCause ActionFreedom BunkerNewcastle News Letter Journal.”

With that backdrop and plan for this column, here is Darlington’s op-ed. The highlighting in the article that follows is added by MHProNews, as an item to be unpacked in Part II, but the text is otherwise as published.


Part I


Why we must reelect Trump the Imperfect

Exclusive: Jim Darlington declares, ‘We need a wild man, not a monk’

By Jim Darlington
Published February 23, 2023 at 7:29pm

WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteOh Donald, what are we going to do with you?

One might actually believe that former President Trump needs to “come clean” to get our full support, but it seems pretty unlikely. He isn’t all that big on admitting his mistakes. Maybe it simply isn’t possible. A handful of the righteous might honor an act of good conscience – but the rabid pack of leftist predators would turn his words into teeth with which to tear him to pieces.

We may love him. We may be grateful for the purposeful combativeness that led to the America First movement, as close to a national resurrection from near death as can be imagined. We may not think there is anyone better suited to fight the powers of darkness without being compromised from without. He is happily too rich to be bought. But can we look without seeing a man already compromised from within? A man who is still bragging about the vaccine that “saved millions“?

It didn’t. There isn’t just a question of troubling “baggage.” God help him, but he stands at the front of an endless procession of hearses.

Trump got played. He got steered into a partnership with the devil, masquerading as Tony Fauci & Company. The maniacs who had sought that one chink in his armor had finally reached their epiphany. It’s been noted that he is something of a germaphobe, whose concern for the well-being of the electorate is paramount. So, they hooked him into panic porn along with the rest of us. They set the stage to maximize the death count, both real and pretended.

They also convinced him to leave the mass murders in the nursing homes (like infected blankets for the Indians) to the justice of the (Democratic) states, though federal laws were plainly broken.

They led him by the nose, threatening to tar him as a monster if he didn’t press the mass production and delivery of “ventilators,” which were truly no more than killing machines. Within a month he could boast to having glutted the market here and started exporting worldwide.

The success stories he’d begun to share were only “anecdotal,” so they told him to back off calling for treatment first, with hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin or any of a hundred normal medical symptomatic prescriptions to alleviate breathing difficulties, proven to be quite effective in earlier flu seasons. They seem to have convinced him that it would only interfere with his great Operation Warp Speed [OWS] to produce a vaccine and save the day. It was a trap that had been laid out far in advance. He allowed the World Health Organization (which surely served China first) to dictate ruinous policies. He allowed the medical profession to be penultimately subverted, honest doctors challenged or ruined, and forced to promote an insane regimen of sending people home, untreated, to wait for the symptoms to worsen to the point at which hospitalization was required, with a requisite course of treatment there, most likely to be fatal. (Yes, folks, about 80% of those who were put on ventilators died.)

Did the president grasp that, by law, no vaccine could gain “emergency approval” if there were effective alternative treatments? Did he cease and desist in suggesting any such alternatives when it was made clear that they might render his cherished OWS moot? Did he invite the Frontline Doctors into the White House for further discussion when they proclaimed their treatments successes from the Capitol steps? Did he object to their being slandered and silenced by the national media? Did Dr. Scott Atlas really get his attention? Did Donald Trump really perform his due diligence?

Do we need to become “Never-Trumpers” to ask these questions? Or do we need to address these issues as we might with a beloved family member? “Dammit, Donald, you can do better!” Can we see in Trump a man of magnificent accomplishment, however dreadfully imperfect?

Do we need to ask who else is there who might actually be able to turn the tide against our approaching national annihilation?

Our prayer must be that in 2024 the fear of God (and/or of a righteously enraged electorate) might caution the cheaters and frauds just enough that the awakening giant of patriotic America may finally begin to prevail.

As for Donald Trump, let him make his public confessions to the ghostwriter he hires, sometime in the 2030s. The only confession that matters or leads to change is the quietly desperate one that a man makes to God. Those shared only with men tend to be of the Pharisees’ manner, spoken to men for men’s approval. For him to admit to any shortcomings now would only throttle any chance of correcting those things he did that were less than magnificent, and would provide our enemies with the shovels they long to use to bury him.

Let Trump be Trump. We need a wild man, not a monk. For all his sins let him be all the more determined. Churchill stomached the catastrophe of the World War I campaign he ordered in Gallipoli, where the Turkish army slaughtered English soldiers by the tens of thousands. He buried it in his heart where it burned and tempered a steel conviction that enabled him to will the impossible against the insurmountable onslaught of Hitler’s demonic attack.

The man is not stupid. So, it behooves us (me) not to be stupid. If we are willing to follow the man who represents our only actual path away from the utter destruction being planned for us, we must see clearly. Trump is not one who cares to admit his mistakes. Fine! But hasn’t he shown, throughout his life, an ability to learn from them? No one knows better than he how immense, how rich and how heartless is the Deep State, which Trump, more than anyone, exposed. It beat him once. He really doesn’t like to lose. And he’s really into payback. Just keep watching and ask, what causes the panicked fear of the leftist minions? Why do their attacks continue however absurd and impotent?

Trump the Imperfect is the perfectly singular instrument for an America First victory. He knows how deep the rots goes, and he knows it in his gut. All the better to maintain the triumph, we pray God is willing, when we have risen to join him, to fight for him.

And to reelect him. ##

Jim Darlington was raised in the left and rebelled to the far left in the ’70s. Came to his political senses in the ’80s. Came to Jesus Christ in the ’90s. Now is praying for America. He is married to a wise woman who loves the Lord with a passion. His email address is jedarlington@protonmail.com.


Part II

Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary 

One of the headlines in Part III reads: “401(k) Balances Plunge by 23 Percent in 2022.” That is one of several reasons for this timely topic. Regardless of what partisans and blind loyalists might say, the wealth of everyday Americans broadly rose during the Trump years, and broadly have retreated during the Biden regime.

Left leaning CNBC said the typical American household has fallen by “$433 a month for the average household, according to a Moody’s analysis of the October 2022 consumer price index.” So, earning power is down under Biden. Doing the math on CNBC’s report of Moody data, based on the CPI, yields a decline of some $5,196 average per household. Biden policies yielded a decline while Trump era policies yielded an improvement. The Trump era chart above is by left-leaning CNN. CNN is not a pro-Trump media outlet, but also using federal data, this graphic from their news company reflects the upward trend of income following President Trump’s enactment of the tax cuts and jobs act. It is worth noting that Democratic President John F. Kennedy Jr. did similarly. Income and productivity also rose. During the Reagan Administration, former Democrat turned Republican Ronald Reagan cut taxes with a similar outcome as Presidents Kennedy and Trump. Facts matter.



Before diving in, as a disclosure for new readers and reminder for long term ones, MHProNews publicly endorsed Donald J. Trump in the 2016 and 2020 contests. In 2016, the public letter by Soheyla Kovach, MHProNews’ cofounder appeared for a time on the Trump campaign site, until it was changed during the transition period. The screen capture below reflects the accuracy of those statements. That said, right or wrong, numbers of prior Trump voters (some, two time voters for “the Donald,” as is true of this politically independent writer) have told MHProNews that they are looking for someone new from the GOP in 2024.

Darlington hits a note that another WND columnist, Wayne Allen Root (WAR) has hit. Root also thinks Trump erred on the vax program and COVID19. But Root says he can easily vote for and support Trump again despite that error.

As pro-ethical business and pro-consumer manufactured housing industry trade publishers, we called balls and strikes during the POTUS Obama, Trump, and now Biden Regime years. We reported claims and then the follow ups. Each had their hits and misses as measured by what they claimed and what they delivered.

What follows IS NOT at this time an endorsement of Trump over other possible GOP candidates. That said, Trump largely delivered on his promises to cut regulations, cut taxes, defend the southern border with Mexico, tariff Communist China, began the end of the conflict in Afghanistan which the Biden regime then botched to the tune of tens of billions of dollars in equipment left behind and American and other lives lost or abandoned. During the Obama-Biden years, Ukraine was invaded by Russia and Crimea was taken from that former Soviet ‘republic.’ During the Trump years, the Russians reportedly fomented unrest, but never formally invaded until a year into the PINO Biden regime. Relatively speaking, North Korea quieted and so too did Iran. Inflation was low. Borrowing costs were lower. Energy costs, notably fuel at the pump, was lower. America became energy independent and began to export surplus energy. Manufacturing began to grow. Black, Hispanic, women, and other groups had record low unemployment compared to numbers of Trump’s predecessors. Many don’t stop and think that Biden’s economy is still partially driven by policies and tax rates that were established during the Trump years. Crime was lower. The list could go on.

There are several who are waiting for Gov. Ron DeSantis (FL-R) to run. There are thoughts that perhaps 10 or more Republicans will declare and campaign. The common wisdom among pundits is if more than 3 are running (and there already are three announced GOP candidates), then Trump wins the nomination.

To Darlington’s points, it is not dissimilar from what Jim Clayton told MHProNews in 2016 about ‘Donald the Disrupter.’

The MHProNews take is simple. It is foolish to put every egg into any candidate’s basket this early on. The picture may look quite different a year or 15 months from now. Should the 2024 contest come down to PINO Biden, Kamala Harris, Michelle Obama, Gov Gavin Newsome (CA-D), or any other similar Democrats who’s name has been floated or prominently discussed, virtually any Republican is preferable to any of those Democrats.

That said, while some nuances of Darlington’s thoughts may merit refining or restating, his broad points are quite correct. Is any 2016 or 2020 Trump voter seriously going to vote for a Democrat in 2024 if Trump is the GOP nominee? While a small number might, broadly speaking it is unlikely.

This publication thinks that Trump, or any truly solution oriented Republican, Democratic, or minor party candidate that wants to fix what’s gone wrong in America must think that vigorous antitrust action must be near the top of the list. It is a group of “usual suspects” in the billionaire, corporate, nonprofits and donor class that are near the root cause of most of what is wrong in America. Break up the corporate powers using existing legal tools as swiftly as possible, and watch the American Dream begin to spring back to life. Trimming down the federal government and reforming the federal government is a must. A restoring of federalism as envisioned by the founders is also necessary. If someone thinks that the Deep State is a serious problem then the solution to the Deep State is to upend its roots causes.

MHProNews would be pleased to support deposed President Trump once again, should circumstances make that possible. There are some other GOP candidates that could be supported. If Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (among other) possible Democrats decided to run for his party’s nomination (unlikely, it seems at this time), they would be worthy of consideration.

Candidates need support as they campaign. But as the fog of the primaries begins to clarify the field, should it come down to Trump vs. someone akin to Biden et al, the choice ought to be easy. If Donald and a solid running mate get the nod from GOP voters (we are independents, so in FL can’t vote in the Republican primaries), Darlington’s points are quite close to those we’ve previously published. See the related reports to learn more.


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Part III. Daily Business News on MHProNews Markets Segment

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Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from the evening of 2.23.2023 

  • Mortgage rates rise
  • Higher borrowing costs are likely to put a crimp in the Spring buyers’ season
  • Ozy Media founder Carlos Watson arrested and charged with fraud
  • A Florida TV station offered viewers raw, emotional coverage of the shooting of its own journalists
  • 401(k) balances rise, despite economic and market challenges
  • DOJ seeks court sanctions against Google over ‘intentional destruction’ of chat logs
  • BBC won’t be ‘put off’ covering India by tax raids and censorship
  • Biden nominates former MasterCard exec Ajay Banga to lead World Bank
  • FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried indicted on new criminal charges, including campaign finance violations
  • New from the Mercedes’ 2024 E-class: Angry Birds
  • Domino’s stock tumbles 11% as delivery problems persist
  • One of Europe’s top banks is being sued for financing fossil fuels
  • Americans have a collective $21 billion in unspent gift cards
  • The US economy grew less in fourth quarter than previously believed
  • European Commission bans TikTok from official devices
  • Why UK supermarkets are rationing fruit and vegetables
  • It’s market bulls vs. Fed hawks on Wall Street
  • Norfolk Southern, in wake of toxic derailment, gives in on sick days for one of its unions
  • Russia’s economy is hurting despite Putin’s bluster
  • Toyota accepts union demands for biggest wage hike in two decades
  • Chinese apps remove ChatGPT as global AI race heats up
  • Companies can no longer silence laid-off employees in exchange for severance
  • Getting laid off? Know your rights
  • China is helping to prop up the Russian economy. Here’s how
  • NPR to cut 10% of its staff in ‘a major loss’ for the public radio network, CEO says

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Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax 2.23.2023

  • Comer Demands Info on State Dept. Funding Group Blacklisting Conservatives
  • DirecTV Censors Newsmax
  • Rep. Hinson: Everybody ‘Frustrated’ by DirecTV Decision | video
  • Rep. Moore: DirecTV ‘Snuffed Out’ Newsmax | video
  • Rep. Eric Burlison: DirecTV Made a ‘Horrible Decision’ | video
  • Rep. Bill Johnson: I’ll Be ‘Front, Center’ With Big Tech | video
  • Wall Street Journal Hid Facts in DirecTV Censorship
  • Devin Nunes: Left Threatens Conservative Media Ads | video
  • Brian Andersson: Left Won’t Engage in Debate | video
  • More Stories on AT&T DirecTV Censorship
  • More DirecTV Censors Newsmax
  • Newsmax TV
  • Rep. Meuser: ‘Too Little, Too Late’ on East Palestine | video
  • Rep. Moore: GOP to ‘Learn a Lot’ From Southern Border Hearing
  • Gordon Chang: Russia-China Dividing World in Two | video
  • Blaine Holt: Ukraine War in a ‘Much More Dangerous Place’ | video
  • Don Jr.: FEMA Only Acted After Ohio Trip Was Announced | video
  • Rep. Spartz: EU Cannot Allow Russia, China to Control Europe | video
  • Guilfoyle: While Biden Goes to Ukraine, Trump’s in Ohio | video
  • Schlapp, Gorka: Trump Will Do the Job Right | video
  • Newsfront
  • Buttigieg: Rail Co. to Pay ‘as Long as People Feel Effects’ of Derailment
  • Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Thursday said the federal government will force the operator of a train carrying hazardous chemicals that derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, to pay for damages to the people in the community, Reuters reported…. [Full Story]
  • Alec Baldwin Pleads Not Guilty in Shooting, Can Still Work
  • Actor Alec Baldwin has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of [Full Story]
  • Sens. Lee, Klobuchar Press DOJ to Examine Ticketmaster
  • Sens. Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., leaders of a [Full Story]
  • Trump Shows Instincts, Puts Blue-Collar Americans First With Ohio Visit
  • Former President Donald Trump’s visit on Wednesday to East Palestine [Full Story] | Platinum Article
  • California Dems Propose Gender-Neutral Bathrooms in Schools
  • California could become the first state in the nation to require [Full Story]
  • Bankman-Fried Faces New Fraud Charges
  • Sam Bankman-Fried was hit with new criminal charges Thursday, in an [Full Story]
  • SPONSOR: Users say-‘this works so well I only need 1 a day’
  • After 84 Year Ban, ‘ADHD Drops’ Are Now Legal Without a Prescription
  • SPONSOR: Users say-‘this works so well I only need 1 a day’ [Full Story]
  • Ukraine Defends Front Line as Putin Talks Up Nukes
  • Ukraine said its forces had repelled Russian assaults along the [Full Story]
  • Related
  • Finland to Send 3 Leopard Tanks to Ukraine
  • Survey: US Adults Divided on Which Country Will Win Russia-Ukraine War
  • 23 House Republicans Demand Transparency on Ukraine Aid
  • NATO Chief Sees ‘Some Signs’ China Could Back Russia’s War
  • UN Passes Nonbinding Resolution Calling for Russia to Leave Ukraine
  • Yellen: ‘Serious Consequences’ If China Helps Russia Evade Sanctions
  • Harvey Weinstein Gets 16 Years for Rape, Sexual Assault
  • A Los Angeles judge on Thursday sentenced Harvey Weinstein to 16 [Full Story]
  • Distrust of Health Officials in Ohio Disaster ‘Result of’ COVID Failures
  • Growing distrust in public health officials in the aftermath of the [Full Story] | Platinum Article
  • Schumer Irked After Tucker Carlson Accesses Jan. 6 Tapes
  • Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., criticized House [Full Story]
  • Jamie Dimon: Fed Has ‘Lost a Little Bit of Control of Inflation’
  • JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Thursday the Federal Reserve has [Full Story]
  • Pope Nationalizes Vatican Assets, Property in New Reform
  • Pope Francis has essentially nationalized all assets and property [Full Story]
  • Angela Davis Shocked to Learn She Had Ancestor on Mayflower
  • Racial activist Angela Davis was shocked to learn she is descended [Full Story]
  • Cuba’s Population Is Dramatically Decreasing
  • Cuba’s population is plummeting amid mass migration, an aging [Full Story]
  • Domino’s Pizza Inc. fell short of quarterly sales estimates Thursday, [Full Story]
  • How a Four-Day Work Week Improves Health
  • A large study conducted in the U.K. found that a four-day work week [Full Story]
  • Rasmussen Poll: Haley Scores Higher Than Biden, Trails Trump
  • A new Rasmussen Reports poll shows former South Carolina Gov. Nikki [Full Story]
  • Alcohol Might Speed Progression of Alzheimer’s in Brain
  • Even modest drinking can speed up the loss of brain cells and [Full Story]
  • ‘Stubborn’ Food Inflation Reduces Shoppers’ Appetite for Other Goods
  • As American shoppers stomach soaring food prices, they are cutting [Full Story]
  • NYC Retailers Tap K-9 Units to Sniff Out Shoplifters
  • Some of the busiest commercial districts in New York City are taking [Full Story]
  • Video Report: Israel Considers Attack on Iranian Nuclear Sites
  • On Thursday’s “Wake Up America,” Israel reportedly is considering a [Full Story]
  • Putin: Moscow Will ‘Focus on Strengthening the Nuclear Triad’
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin, after pulling out of the New START [Full Story]
  • Axios Poll: GOP Says Opioids Top Health Threat
  • A new poll from Axios and Ipsos shows that Republicans rate opioids [Full Story]
  • 401(k) Balances Plunge by 23 Percent in 2022
  • The average 401(k) balance lost 23% of its value in 2022, in line [Full Story]
  • Pa. Gov. Shapiro Says He’ll Reject Calls for Sen. Fetterman to Resign
  • Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro says he hasn’t gotten any pressure [Full Story]
  • NTSB: Train Crew Got Safety Alert Just Before Derailment
  • The crew operating a freight train that derailed in East Palestine, [Full Story]
  • NBA All-Star Game Suffers Lowest TV Ratings Ever
  • NBA All-Star Game Suffers Lowest TV Ratings Ever
  • Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game earned its smallest TV audience ever, [Full Story]
  • Poll: Nearly Two-Thirds of US Doctors, Nurses Feel Burned Out
  • America’s healthcare workforce is under unprecedented strain, and [Full Story]
  • Israel’s UN Ambassador: NY Times ‘Libelous Narratives’ Spur Hatred of My Country
  • Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan sent a scathing [Full Story]
  • Poll: DeSantis Tops Trump by 5 Points Among Mich. Republicans
  • Forty-seven percent of Michigan Republican primary voters say they [Full Story]
  • Transportation Chief Buttigieg Tours Ohio Derailment Site
  • Transportation Chief Buttigieg Tours Ohio Derailment Site
  • U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg toured the wreckage of [Full Story]
  • Finance
  • 401(k) Balances Plunge by 23% in 2022
  • The average 401(k) balance lost 23% of its value in 2022, in line with the 20% drop in the S&P 500 benchmark index, according to Fidelity data released Thursday…. [Full Story]
  • 2 Charged With Insider Trading on Kodak COVID News
  • Biden Taps Former MasterCard CEO to Head World Bank
  • Wells Fargo Lays Off Bankers, Days After Palm Desert Retreat
  • Egg Prices Will Fall Nearly 30% This Year, Farm Agency Says
  • More Finance
  • Health
  • Poll: Nearly Two-Thirds of US Doctors, Nurses Feel Burned Out
  • America’s healthcare workforce is under unprecedented strain, and leaders of the medical profession are scrambling to support doctors and nurses who are burning out in record numbers…. [Full Story]
  • Air Force Probing Possible Links Between Cancer, ICBM Bases
  • Apple No-Prick Diabetes Sensor at Proof-of-Concept Stage
  • Moderna’s Skin Cancer Therapy Receives FDA’s Breakthrough Tag
  • GSK Study Shows Long-Acting HIV Shot as Effective as Daily Pill

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2022 was a tough year for 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.

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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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