Choosing to invest in China versus the United States is not a simple dollars and cents bottom-line calculation.
How fascinating that “carbon fundamentalism” might actually be the latest expression of Western imperialism, relentlessly thwarting the aspirations of non-Western nations, allegedly to save the planet.
China is not just a strategic competitor, it is a hostile foreign power. And by controlling the manufacture of critical healthcare supplies—not just iPhones and toasters—they hold significant power over this country and the rest of the world. And they know how to use it—especially in a time of crisis.
Nothing in China is as it seems.
Too much money in an election can also create and spread something that is false. We should all be on guard against it, lest we lose our democracy.
Coronavirus may or may not prove as deadly as the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic. But the disease has clearly shown the need to end China’s dominant position in the global supply chain.
The Obama era, it is often falsely suggested, was one of “no corruption” and a “strong multilateralism” on the international stage where Atlanticism held sway […]
Our elites are more interested in proving to themselves and the world that they’re not xenophobes, not racist, and not against open markets to enrich the Third World than they are in their duty to our country and our citizens.
Most Americans no longer have faith in the government and political apparatus that fortifies the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Republican lawmakers shouldn’t either.
Like the Lenape Indians who traded Manhattan island for glass beads, Americans got cheaper stuff here today, gone tomorrow; China got industrial and technological capabilities good for the long term.
The coronavirus pandemic underscores the fundamental fact that America can’t be great again until it restores its economic independence.
It doesn’t matter if the peace deal is good or bad, whether it halts the fighting or causes more strife. The American people want out.
Contrary to popular belief, it is not Catholic Church teaching that countries must be open to all comers.
Globalists think that open borders make the world a better and safer place. Coronavirus shows the exact opposite. Western leaders need to learn this before it’s too late.
For too long, American companies, politicians, and academics have caved to Chinese pressure, and the trend will continue as long as CCP-influenced academic rhetoric continues to dominate.
The Pentagon may finally start moving rather than blocking projects such as 5G and USA Rare Earths now that the Defense Department’s No. 3 man is out.
Economic populism and its political cousin, political populism, are an antidote and a reality check to excessive globalization and globalist values and institutions.
Serious democratic conservatives in America, Britain, Israel, and Europe should be under no illusions about the contempt directed at them by Anne Applebaum and her bloc of liberal internationalists who claim to be the great arbiters of democracy in the world today.
Short of abolishing it and starting from scratch, it’s difficult to imagine how the U.N. could be fixed. America’s discretionary contributions should go only to programs that are consistent with our interests and values.
When an artificial intelligence clearly fails, like a chatbot that starts making racist remarks or an autopilot that flies an aircraft into the ground, its designers shut it down. America’s 17 intelligence agencies are like that failed chatbot and autopilot.