Passover, Mainstream News with Cautionary Word for Jewish Members of the Manufactured Housing Industry, Regulatory, Investment and Media Sectors – Facts and Commentary; plus MHMarkets


“Passover 2024 begins at sundown on Monday, April 22nd and ends the evening of Tuesday, April 30th for most Jews…” says My Jewish Learning. “Passover, in Judaism, holiday commemorating the Hebrews’ liberation from slavery in Egypt and the “passing over” of the forces of destruction, or the sparing of the firstborn of the Israelites, when the Lord “smote the land of Egypt” on the eve of the Exodus,” says Britannica, which some might argue is less left-leaning than Wikipedia. Those points noted, Passover is a historic event as well as a religious one. History repeats itself is a common maxim that is subject to misunderstanding. History never repeats precisely. That said, sometimes events or developments occur that appear to have historic echoes. Passover commemorates Hebrew or Jewish liberation from slavery. It is a reminder that at various times in history, almost every part of the world has endured the trauma of slavery or serfdom. For Jews and Christians alike, individual or personal rights are interwoven with religious liberty.  The cornerstone of modern civilization was nourished by believers, numbers of whom strayed from faith in God. With those brief 40,000-foot-high level insights, the rise of fascism in the U.S. is ironically also witnessing an apparent rise of anti-Semitic (or anti-Jewish) sentiments. It can’t be overlooked that Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, was Jewish.

Ignorance of history among millions is a weakness that the powerful and connected arguably exploit. That history is important was underscored by the frustrated and disillusioned socialist, George Orwell, who was the author of Animal Farm and 1984. The term Orwellian is based notions in that author’s book, Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984). Orwell picked what was for him a future date (1984 was published in June 1949) as the setting for his cautionary tale about the threats of big government, with technology spying on the population, and history was a tool for the rulers to manipulate and change to fit their current narrative. A few (three) great powers kept shifting alliances, and the latest foreign threat were dealt with by “Big Brother” (i.e.: big government and the ruling class) internal threats to the system were kept in check in part by keeping the population stirred up by denouncing publicly a loathed figure in what was called the Two Minutes of Hate.

What makes the rise of fascism in America and much of the west is the troubling connections that fascism has with Nazi Germany and in Italy too. More on these issues will be dealt with in Part IV. Passover marks an opportunity to address the issue of threats to Jews here in the U.S. as war and potential conflicts increase involving Israel, Hamas, Houthis, other Iranian proxies, and Iran itself.  All that will be considered in a focused Part IV. But this is all teeing up the headline cautionary tale. Our profession has some everyday as well as higher profile Jewish community members. As threats to Jews at home and abroad are sadly higher, MHProNews will take the opportunity of Passover to report and reflect on some recent events.


Part I From the Daily Signal to MHProNews.

This Passover, as Tensions Rise in Middle East, Jews Remember ‘God Saves Us’

Virginia Allen / @Virginia_Allen5 / April 22, 2024

Passover begins April 22 at sundown, and following Hamas’ attack on Israel six months ago and the more recent attack by Iran, the reminder that God saves His people, that’s going to be something that resonates quite a bit extra this year,” Rabbi Pinchas Taylor says.

During the first night of Passover, Jewish homes gather around a Seder meal and remember how God delivered the Jewish people from Egypt, and that God has always rescued His people, author and lecturer Rabbi Pinchas Taylor explains.

“We say that we recognize that in every generation, there are nations that have come against us, that seek to destroy us, and that each and every generation, God saves us from their plot,” the rabbi says.

Passover begins at sundown on Monday night, and following Hamas’ attack on Israel in October, and this month’s attack by Iran, the reminder that God saves His people, “that’s going to be something that resonates quite a bit extra this year,” Taylor says. (Passover runs through sundown on April 30.)

Taylor joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” as Passover begins to explain safety concerns in the Jewish community amid a rise in antisemitism after Oct. 7, and to discuss how Americans can support the Jewish people right now.

Listen to the podcast below:


Part II – From the WND News Center to MHProNews is the following.


Huge chunk of Gen Z: Israel has no right to exist as nation in Mideast

‘A large swath of them have become terrorist sympathizers’

By Bob Unruh
Published April 22, 2024 at 2:47pm

 In a stunning statement about the intolerance exhibited by members of Gen Z, a new poll shows that fully one in three says Israel does not have a right to exist as a nation in the Middle East.

Israel, of course, was established subsequent to World War II and Adolf Hitler’s determined campaign to exterminate the Jewish community, killing millions in his gas chambers.

Since then, Israel has become a beacon of freedom in the Mideast, an established democracy where all enjoy the same civil rights, despite the hatred of virtually all of its neighbors, and their repeated attacks. It is a key ally of the U.S.

One such attack was last Oct. 7, when terrorists from Hamas, based in Gaza, invaded Israel and killed some 1,200 civilians, often in horrific and brutal ways.

Now a new poll shows 33% of Gen Zers, those ages 18 to 24, say that Israel does not have a right to exist as a nation in the Middle East.

The terror attack on Israel prompted Israel’s military to launch a campaign to eliminate that terror threat, and that has prompted a wave of antisemitism around the globe. In the U.S., it’s become common on college campuses for hate rallies to be assembled to condemn Israel.

It is, in partnership with RMG Research, founded by Scott Rasmussen, that released the new poll results.

“We are now seeing the logical outcome of an education system that teaches students to see the world through a lens of racialist resentment. Gen Z is so embarrassed about being American that a large swath of them have become terrorist sympathizers,” explained Summit chief Jeff Myers.

“Gen Z is three times as likely as the general population to deny Israel’s right to exist. Sympathy for Hamas has grown. This should be a massive wake-up call to parents, educators, and cultural leaders – we now have a generation primed to accept without question the propaganda of those who wish to overturn Judeo-Christian civilization.”

The online polling took place March 20-21 by RMG Research, and included 1,002 registered voters with an additional oversample of 495 of those 18 to 24.

The sample was lightly weighted by geography, gender, age, race, education, internet usage, and political party to reasonably reflect the nation’s population of registered voters, the report said. The margin of sampling error for the full sample is +/- 3.1 percentage points.

Among the findings was that 81% of American voters overall agree with the U.S. government classifying Hamas as a terrorist group; among Gen Z it was 61%.

And 58% of American voters overall believe Israel’s campaign against Hamas is just, while 21 percent believe that Israel having greater wealth and military power makes its military campaign against Hamas unjust. Only 42% of those in Gen Z fall into the category believing the campaign is just, and 47% say it is unjust.

Overall, 10% of voters say Israel does not have a right to exist, while 77% say it does. ##


Part III – From the WND News Center to MHProNews is the following.


House Republicans excoriate Ilhan Omar for suggesting Columbia University protests are not ‘anti-Jewish’

Argued campus demonstrations were merely ‘anti-war’

By Around the Web
Published April 20, 2024 at 4:49pm

 (FOX NEWS) – House Republicans excoriated progressive “Squad” Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., for suggesting during the House Education and the Workforce Committee’s hearing tackling antisemitism at Columbia University that none of the demonstrations deriding Jews on campus have been “anti-Jewish.”

Fox News Digital caught up with two Republicans on the committee at the Capitol after the hearing, asking their thoughts about Columbia University President Dr. Nemat “Minouche” Shafik initially testifying that she had not seen any campus protests that were explicitly “anti-Jewish.”

Omar argued that campus demonstrations were merely “pro-war” or “anti-war,” but House Republican Conference Chair Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., further pressed Shafik on whether she considered anti-Israel agitators’ chants of “F– the Jews” and “Death to the Jews” in fact anti-Jewish. Shafik conceded that those slogans heard on campus were “completely anti-Jewish,” amending her earlier testimony.

Read the full story ›


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

1) From the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is this famous statement made by a German Protestant Pastor, Martin Niemöller. Niemöller was anti-communist, and because the Nazis were anti-communist, he supported their rise to power. Per the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum site: “After World War II, Niemöller openly spoke about his own early complicity in Nazism and his eventual change of heart. His powerful words about guilt and responsibility still resonate today.”

QuoteMarksLeftSideFirst they came for the Communists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Communist

Then they came for the Socialists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Socialist

Then they came for the trade unionists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a trade unionist

Then they came for the Jews
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Jew

Then they came for me
And there was no one left
To speak out for me”


To be clear, those remarks were not meant to defend Communists or socialists. Rather, Niemöller is apparently reflecting on his own rationalization of supporting the rise of Nazis to power. As was noted in the preface, a misunderstanding or ignorance of history are potentially powerful tools in the hands of propagandists. Often bits of truth are mixed with bold lies to create an illusion that seems believable because it has some truth. That is the illusory truth effect, which MHProNews has reported on recently in the report linked here.


2) That noted, consider this Q&A with Bing’s left-leaning artificial intelligence powered Copilot.

Weren’t both German and Italian fascists anti-Semitic?

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsAnti-Semitism had little or no place in Italian fascist doctrine before 1938, reflecting the Italian Jewish community’s relatively pacific existence on the peninsula. The tiny size of the country’s Jewish population (about 44,000 out of 44 million), the frequency of intermarriage, the physiognomic and cultural similarities that linked Italians of Catholic and Jewish faiths, and the absence of popular anti-Semitic violence had allowed the Jews to enjoy a relatively harmonious existence in Italy throughout the liberal period1.

Mussolini, the Italian dictator, initially rejected credos of biological racism as utopian and ahistorical. However, his attitudes toward Jews were pragmatic. When he believed that Jews would help him attain his domestic and foreign policy goals, he supported them. But when the Axis alliance led him to perceive Jews as an obstacle, he turned against them1.

In 1938, the Italian government passed anti-Semitic legislation, and later it abetted the Holocaust. Prior to the German takeover of Austria, the fascist regimes of Dollfuss and Schuschnigg also rejected anti-Semitism, and many Austrian Jews—including Sigmund Freud—supported them for resisting Nazism2.

So, while both German and Italian fascists had some interactions with anti-Semitic sentiments, their approaches and motivations differed significantly. The Italian stance was influenced by pragmatism and national issues, whereas the German campaign was more radical and aimed at eradicating Jews from society12.

Note that in that snapshot from Copilot, Benito Mussolini, the leader of Italy before and during World War II, said that anti-Semitism was relatively modest. It only became ‘a thing’ for Mussolini when his alliance with Adolf Hitler and his Germany National Socialist German Workers Party (NAZIs) led him to think it would be useful for him.

The lessons from this are many, and obviously apply to our own place and time. But first, let’s continue with another Q&A with Copilot.


Both Hitler and Mussolini had ties to socialist movements, correct?

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsIndeed, both Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini had connections to socialist movements, although their paths diverged significantly.

  1. Hitler:
    • Early Years: In his youth, Hitler was influenced by socialist ideas. He joined the German Workers’ Party (DAP), which later became the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP or Nazi Party).
    • Nazi Party: The Nazi Party initially incorporated socialist elements in its platform, advocating for workers’ rights, anti-capitalism, and wealth redistribution.
    • Shift to Radical Nationalism: Over time, Hitler shifted away from socialist ideals. He emphasized nationalismanti-Semitism, and racial purity. The Nazis suppressed socialist factions within their ranks.
    • Totalitarian Regime: Once in power, Hitler established a totalitarian regime that suppressed all political opposition, including socialists and communists.
  2. Mussolini:
    • Socialist Roots: Mussolini began as a socialist and was an active member of the Italian Socialist Party (PSI). He edited socialist newspapers and advocated for workers’ rights.
    • Fascist Transformation: Mussolini’s disillusionment with the PSI led him to form the Fascist movement. Unlike Hitler, he retained some socialist elements within fascism.
    • Corporatism: Mussolini’s regime implemented a form of corporatism, where workers’ and employers’ organizations collaborated under state control. This was a departure from strict capitalist or socialist models.
    • Anti-Communism: Mussolini fiercely opposed communism and sought to suppress leftist movements. His regime targeted socialists, communists, and trade unions.

In summary, both leaders had socialist backgrounds but diverged significantly in their ideologies and policies once in power. Hitler’s Nazi regime became infamous for its brutality, while Mussolini’s fascist regime combined elements from various political traditions….”



What role did anti-Jewish sentiment have in Russia?

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsAnti-Jewish sentiment has played a complex and troubling role in Russia’s history. Let’s delve into the different phases:

  1. Russian Empire (Tsarist Era):
    • Pogroms: During the Russian Empire, there were numerous pogroms—violent attacks against Jewish communities. These events caused immense suffering, loss of life, and destruction.
    • Pale of Settlement: Jews were restricted to living in the Pale of Settlement, an area where they were forbidden to migrate into the interior of Russia unless they converted to the Russian Orthodox state religion. This discriminatory policy persisted for many years.
  1. Soviet Era:
    • State-Sponsored Antisemitism: The Soviet Union initially promised equality for all citizens, but antisemitism persisted. Jews faced discrimination in various forms, including limited access to education, employment, and cultural opportunities.
    • Vanishing State Sponsorship: After the Soviet collapse, state-sponsored antisemitism diminished. However, remnants of prejudice remained.
  1. Contemporary Russia:
  1. Kremlin’s Exploitation:
    • Disinformation and Propaganda: For over a century, Russian authorities (including Tsarist, Soviet, and now Russian Federation leaders) have used antisemitism as a tool to discredit, divide, and weaken perceived adversaries at home and abroad.
    • Contemporary Tactics: Today, Kremlin officials and state-controlled media spread conspiracy theories, fueling antisemitism to deceive the world about Russia’s war against Ukraine. They falsely portray Ukraine and its supporters as Nazis, demonize Ukraine’s Jewish president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and manipulate Holocaust history for political purposes.
    • Weaponizing Antisemitism: The Kremlin weaponizes antisemitism to silence Jews in Russia who oppose the war. Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has even funded content alongside antisemitic material4.

In summary, Russia’s history is marked by both persecution and subtle shifts in attitudes toward Jews. While overt attacks have decreased, the underlying sentiment remains a challenge to address…”


Some points by Copilot could be refined to be made more accurate. For instance, it is ridiculous to downplay the fact that the Nazis in Germany kept the name “National Socialists” as their name clearly indicated. But then Copilot says that Wikipedia is a favored source, and Wikipedia attempts to make the argument that Nazis were from the political right when there very name – National German Socialist Workers Party – makes it clear that they were leftists. Wikipedia is thus an example of some truth mixed with manipulation of facts, including historic facts, to distort reality in favor of an agenda.  National socialists were distinct from international socialists, but they were nevertheless socialists and fascists in their formative years.

Iran’s leaders are also clearly anti-Semitic right? Haven’t Iranians hardline leaders threatened the destruction of both Israel and the U.S., for supporting Israel?

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsIran’s stance toward Israel has been contentious and complex, with varying perspectives among different leaders and factions. Let’s explore this further:

  1. Anti-Israel Sentiment:
  1. Threats and Rhetoric:
  1. U.S. Response:

In summary, while some Iranian leaders express anti-Israel sentiments, the situation is multifaceted, and actions are often calibrated to avoid full-scale conflict. The international community closely monitors these developments, recognizing the delicate balance between rhetoric and actual policy. …”

6) Again, MHProNews quoting a source is not meant as an endorsement of the source nor of any or all of what a source said, as we have stated numbers of times.  That noted, parts of the above are arguably nonsensical in as much a Joe Biden’s “commitment” to Israel is not perceived as iron clad by Israeli leaders.  Under the Biden-Harris term in office, the U.S. has de facto been supporting both sides of the warn in Ukraine and now in the open (previously proxy) conflict between Iran and Israel. Iran has long funded Hamas, the Houthis (who have been attacking shipping in the Red Sea, including U.S. and allied shipping), Hezbollah and others.

To illustrate, consider these next Q&As with Copilot.


Iran has long funded Hamas, the Houthis (who have been attacking shipping in the Red Sea, including U.S. and allied shipping), Hezbollah and others terrorist groups, isn’t that accurate?

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsIran’s role in supporting various terrorist groups has been a matter of international concern and scrutiny. Let’s examine the facts:

  1. Hezbollah:
  1. Hamas:
  1. Houthis:
  1. Other Groups:

In summary, Iran’s support for these terrorist groups remains a significant concern for global stability and security. The international community closely monitors these activities to mitigate potential risks.

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> Isn’t it true that intentional or not, critics of the Biden-Harris era of U.S. foreign policy have said that uneven application of sanctions and other evidence-based purported problems with policy execution has resulted in de facto support for Russia as well as Ukraine, Iran as well as Israel, and due to high levels of trade with Communist China, the U.S. economy is essentially supporting to some degree the build-up of the Chinese military too?

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsCritics of the Biden-Harris era of U.S. foreign policy have indeed raised concerns about the application of sanctions and other aspects of policy execution. Let’s explore the points you’ve mentioned:

  1. Sanctions on Russia:
  2. Iran and Israel:
    • While the U.S. has imposed sanctions on both Iran and Israel, the contexts are different:
      • Iran: Sanctions on Iran have been extensive, particularly due to concerns about its nuclear program and regional activities.
      • Israel: The U.S. maintains a strong alliance with Israel, but it also encourages dialogue and peace efforts in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  3. China and the Economy:
    • The U.S. economy’s trade relations with Communist China are indeed significant. However, it’s essential to recognize the complexity:
      • Trade Dependency: The U.S. relies on Chinese goods, but China also depends on the U.S. market.
      • Military Build-up: While trade contributes to China’s economy, it’s not the sole factor driving its military build-up. China’s military expansion involves various elements, including technology, territorial claims, and strategic interests.

In summary, U.S. foreign policy decisions involve intricate trade-offs, balancing national security, alliances, and economic interests. Critics argue that these decisions may inadvertently impact various nations and their military capabilities. However, policymakers strive to navigate these complexities while safeguarding national interests4…”


9) Bing is owned by Microsoft, which has years of investments in China. The nuances regarding various agendas are to be considered in using Copilot, Google, or other search tools. The policies of Biden have been demonstrably chaotic at home and abroad.  Recall what former President Barack Obama, for whom Biden was his vice president, had to say: “Don’t underestimate Joe’s [Biden] ability to f-ck things up.”  The left-leaning Atlantic quoted former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates:  “I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”  As the left-leaning New York Times reported in 2020: “In October 2002, he was one of 77 senators who gave President George W. Bush the authority to use force in Iraq.” But Biden is comfortable lying about all sorts of things, including his claim that he opposed the war with Iraq. Per left-leaning FactCheck:

QuoteMarksLeftSideClaim: “Immediately, the moment it started, I came out against the [Iraq] war at that moment.”
Claimed by: Joe Biden
Fact check by False”





10) The truth is knowable. But someone has to be willing to search for more reliable sources to begin with and to double check to see if the information (and/or analysis) being supplied is accurate. That said, there are several possible takeaways from these concerns. In no particular order of importance.

11) Biden-Harris Democrats have been oddly undermining American interests and undermining the interests of supposed American allies. They are on the both sides of several foreign policy issues, which is fine for the military-industrial-spy complex that has been part of the support for what leftist Michael Weinstein aptly called ‘Corporate Democrats‘ for years. Weinstein is among those

12) Biden-Harris and connected Democratic operatives have been willing to deploy smear tactics and worse against their political enemies.  The Jewish state of Israel wants their support, but their leadership is not naive. They know that Biden has not been a reliable ally. Something similar could be said about the Obama-Biden years. It was the Trump years that were relatively peaceful. It was the Trump years where the economy was relatively better than under predecessors or Biden-Harris. Earnings under Trump improved, poverty under Trump declined.


Poverty was lower under Trump Administration than it was under Obama-Biden or Biden Harris. eir corporate interests. Note: depending on your browser or device, many images in this report and others on MHProNews can be clicked to expand. Click the image and follow the prompts. For example, in some browsers/devices you click the image and select ‘open in a new window.’ After clicking that selection, you click the image in the open window to expand the image to a larger size. To return to this page, use your back key, escape or follow the prompts.
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CNN is not a pro-Trump media outlet, but 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.



13) With respect to Soviet or ‘Third-World’ style targeting of political opponents, Biden and his backers’ linked allies have launched the most blatant election interference campaign in U.S. modern history.  But this isn’t just arguably hurting Trump, it is hurting millions of everyday Americans as well as smaller businesses too.




14) This antisemitism is rising predominately from the political left, meaning mostly with Democrats. To go back to the preface and earlier points, not unlike the fascists in Germany or Italy, the modern fascists – what Weinstein called “Corporate Democrats.”  As Jewish and Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz was cited by the Israel National News reported in 2018, the Democratic party is tolerating anti-Semitism. This wave of protests at colleges and elsewhere is hardly new. This has been brewing for years. To be clear, obviously not every Democrat is antisemitic. But the evidence that anti-Jewish sentiment is mostly from the left is noted even among several left-leaning publications.

15) Trump has noted that problem and has pointed it out. While Trump’s method is to make remarks that are often controversial (and thus gain more media coverage), left-leaning Reuters reported: “Any Jewish person that votes for Democrats hates their religion, they hate everything about Israel and they should be ashamed of themselves,” said Trump.

16) Before going too far afield into 2024 politics, the immediate points the headline sought to make is to caution Jewish-Americans and those working in the manufactured housing industry to ‘watch their backs,’ because the violence and threats of violence in the U.S. is obviously on the rise. When Copilot said: “Hamas seeks the end of the Jewish state and the creation of an Islamic state from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea” that recalls a chant being heard in several universities and in other parts of the country too. “From the River to the Sea” means wiping out Israel and Jews. It is shocking to hear that in the U.S.

17) Biden’s broken U.S. border/immigration policies have doubtlessly allowed untold numbers of terrorists and others into the U.S., as some media reports have reflected. So, the threat of violence isn’t just from indoctrinated Americans. It is also from terrorists who have crossed into the U.S. during the Biden-Harris era. Note that immigration is tightly related to housing.

18) When Senate Democrats led by Charles “Chuck” Schumer (NY-D) moved to quickly dismiss the impeach case against Alejandro Mayorkas, they are also de facto signaling grave risks to the American public in general, but also to some segments of the American population more particularly. Jews are one such segment.

19) There is a case to be made that deconstructing the fascist power structure behind “Corporate Democrats” and which pegs RINO Republicans too is necessary for fixing what has gone wrong in the U.S. in the 21st century, but which has roots that date back years before. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely is attributed to the historian Lord Acton. The founders of our Republic didn’t want an all powerful government. They didn’t want a government that was too closely tied to big business interests. They revolted against that and had no interest in seeing that recreated in the U.S.




20) Per Newsmax, billionaire: “New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he no will longer donate to Columbia University amid campus protests against Israel.

Kraft, founder of the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism, said in a statement that Columbia is no longer an institution he recognizes as the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” continues.

“I am deeply saddened at the virulent hate that continues to grow on campus and throughout our country,” said Kraft, who attended Columbia on a scholarship. “I am no longer confident that Columbia can protect its student and staff and I am not comfortable supporting the university until collective action is taken.”

Students have vowed to occupy the lawn on the school’s Morningside Heights campus until the school divests from companies with ties to Israel. Dozens of protesters were arrested by police Thursday.

The nonpartisan Washington, D.C.-based Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI)posted a video on X of various groups of demonstrators at and near Columbia’s New York City campus.

“Participants at Columbia University Pro-Palestinian Protest Chant: Oh Al-Qassam Brigades, You Make Us Proud, Kill Another Soldier Now! Israel Will Fall! Palestine Is Arab! @Columbia,” MEMRI posted with the video.

The video began by showing one protester, while sitting on another’s shoulders, waving a Palestinian flag as supporters chanted the words asking Hamas’ military wing, Al-Qassam Brigades, to kill Israeli soldiers. …”


21) Passover is a celebration of liberation from slavery, both secular, intellectual, spiritual, and so on. May this Passover be a time of light, not darkness, for all.  And may the darkness of the manipulative, propaganda dependent leftist-fascist movement be exposed, rejected by all, and defeated. Good Passover to our Jewish friends, colleagues, and all.



Screwing Millions in Real Time, Housing-IMF Warning-Economic-Election Interference, Trump Trial, Cloward Piven, Project 2025, Facts-Updates and Analysis; plus MHMarkets


Part V – 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 – 4.22.2024

  • ‘Students are scared.’ Columbia crisis spirals as tensions simmer and protests continue
  • This cover image released by Republic Records show “The Tortured Poets Department” by Taylor Swift. (Republic Records via AP)
  • Taylor Swift’s ‘Tortured Poets Department’ shatters streaming records across Spotify, Amazon, Apple
  • Tesla cuts prices in US, China and Germany as competition heats up
  • Jet Blue CEO Robin Hayes speaks at the Boston College Chief Executives Club luncheon in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., May 3, 2023.
  • Former JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes to lead Airbus in North America
  • TikTok could face EU fines and a suspension over sister app TikTok Lite
  • Caitlin Clark will reportedly sign a sneaker deal with Nike
  • TikTok vows legal challenge to potential US app ban
  • The ‘halving’ — bitcoin bros’ World Cup — is here
  • The exterior of an Express clothing store is seen as the company announces it will close some stores on January 22, 2020 in Plantation, Florida. The clothing retailer announced that it plans to shutter roughly 100 of its stores by 2022, as part of its strategy three year strategy to save $80 million in costs annually.
  • Express files for bankruptcy; closing more than 100 stores
  • Former President Donald Trump speaks with attorney Todd Blanche as they return from a lunch break at Manhattan criminal court as jury selection continues in New York, NY on Thursday, April 18, 2024. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records as part of an alleged scheme to silence claims of extramarital sexual encounters during his 2016 presidential campaign.
  • Donald Trump is on the verge of another $1 billion Truth Social windfall
  • Brits face biggest obstacles in 70 years to buying a first home
  • These supersized clownfish robots could be coming to waterways in the Middle East
  • Investors are fearful. They shouldn’t be
  • What a buyer’s agent will do for you when you’re looking for a new home
  • The Mona Lisa rapping? New Microsoft AI animates faces from photos
  • Should the SAT still matter after all these years? Why some colleges are bringing it back
  • The US dollar is strengthening. Here’s what’s driving the rally and what it means for Americans
  • The House just voted on a potential TikTok ban (again). Now what?
  • House passes legislation that could ban TikTok in the US amid high-stakes vote on foreign aid
  • Can superstars still bank on fans splurging for concerts like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé did last year?
  • Whatever happened to the two-door car?
  • Michigan man credits $500,000 lottery win to ‘sign’ from his movie star look-alike
  • US Grand Prix organizers promised a star performer. Now, with a superstar in the works, it’s offering to buy back tickets


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Notice: MHProNews invites the firms named in these reports to respond to any concerns about possibly inaccurate information via email that identifies the concern and offers evidence that sheds a different light on the topic discussed. That said, neither MHI nor MHI publicly traded ‘insider brands’ have done so. They’ve been repeatedly invited to do so, including but not limited to an outreach on Dec 7, 2o23 and Feb 25, 2024.


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