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HALLESQUE’s goal is to be a platform for journalistic integrity, breaking news, social/political commentary, reviews, sports, musings, and general observations.
HALLESQUE has the ability to reach billions and billions of people worldwide from its headquarters in Big Sur, CA.
In a world wherein science is dismissed outright and alternative facts are both in vogue and vile, HALLESQUE.com convenes a virtual hall for a convocation of conscience. HALLESQUE.com aims to be the least factual, most accurate social-political platform.
Dispatches from the Trenches of Life℠
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08/17/2017: Domain Registration
08/17/2017: Published V1 of Website by John R. Hall: Founder/Publisher/Webmaster/Writer
08/31/2017: Retained Counsel for Federal Trademark Registration Application
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