The idiots most useful to the Chinese Communist Party are in Silicon Valley.
The greatest deficit today is not in the budget or in foreign trade—it’s in common sense.
From Mickey Mouse to Mickey Mao-se.
Perhaps the Justice Department should be devoting more resources to countering the China threat and fewer to diversity training and entrapping the president.
We are engaged in an economic war with the CCP and the future of our nation is more important than any company’s quarterly earnings report.
As the global neoliberal corporatists openly tell us what they are up to, there are a few inconvenient truths we cannot ignore.
Russia isn’t the greatest threat America faces right now. Not even close.
American academia majors in appeasement.
Rep. Ken Buck’s (R-Colo.) new book provides the blueprint for correcting the progressive curricula infecting our schools.
This little man from nowhere has nothing to tell us about the China virus. He has a lot to tell us about how our body politic is ailing from a weakened immune system.
Who wants to live in a socially distanced, new normal, re-imagined future?
A temporary subsidy to pick up COBRA premium payments would ensure 30 million Americans continue their coverage with employer-provided health insurance.
The millennialist mindset of Big Philanthropy and its fellow travelers leaves one susceptible to any world-saving scheme that comes down the pike.
Global corporations make token payments to anti-racism activists in the United States while funding the Chinese Communist Party’s racist dictatorship and sowing the destitution that causes unrest at home.
As mobs deface monuments to America’s heritage, major media personalities cannot summon a voice to denounce the anarchy or defend our heritage.
The Chinese Communist Party is adept at peeling off allies. It exploits the weaknesses of its targets to enlist them in its cause.
Since his appearance on the political scene in 2015, Donald Trump has drawn out the liars and hypocrites of our times and given them the space to expose their mendacity. The last few weeks have drawn out abundant examples.
This entire “no room for politics” shtick is not merely a fraud and a lie, it’s also plainly wrong. You can’t take politics out of politics. And you shouldn’t.
Today’s progressives diverge from the originals in their professed interest in democracy.
Saying “we need to collaborate with China” sounds a lot like, “let’s keep on kissing Xi’s ass.”