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.
If President Trump had pledged to facilitate illegal immigration, undermine the wages of the most vulnerable Americans, and to perpetuate a system rife with exploitation, it's unlikely he would have won his seat in the Oval Office. Now that is precisely what he is doing.
Democrats have all but endorsed open borders this year. Law-abiding American taxpayers might have second thoughts.
In December 2016, the president-elect declared the “F-35 program and cost is out of control.” He was right then and he’s right now.
Anyone truly concerned about the plight of working-class Americans needs to unite, not around The Communist Manifesto, but the idea that our sons, daughters, and neighbors deserve a fair playing field to earn a living and reach their full potential.
The world is shifting eastwards as the Asian Pivot is finally taking place, and Europe has to define its place in this new world.
Since we are unlikely to prevail on the president to prepare an alternative to a ruling class that is ready to meld with the Sandersistas, it behooves conservatives to put together our own plans and lists of people to implement them.
But the scourge of illegal immigration will never be completely eliminated unless both the craven politicians and the unscrupulous businessmen who benefit from it are brought to justice.
When you hear Joe Biden or any other candidate, Wall Street analyst, or talking head say President Trump “should work with our allies” to take on China, you can be sure that person doesn't know what he is talking about. Or he is being paid not to know.