President Trump, contrary to what his opponents think, is following Theodore Roosevelt’s counsel to “speak softly and carry a big stick,” and it is working.
In 2018, China declared war on the United States. Few Americans are aware of this, and most who are don’t take it seriously. Donald Trump does—and Beijing knows it.
Hate the Chinese government if you wish, but hold your own government responsible for hollowing America out like a husk.
By restricting domestic travel but allowing international travel from Wuhan to the rest of the World, Beijing satisfied the key elements of any reasonable definition of terrorism.
To ensure we recover from this virus, we must do two things: Wash our hands and wash our hands of China.
The fall election is President Trump’s to win or lose. If he puts America and Americans first while calling for the destruction of globalism with the same repetitive fervor that Marcus Porcius Cato called for the destruction of Carthage, he will most likely win.
Republicans have the perfect opportunity to get out in front on this issue and show they care more about punishing our national enemies than petty partisanship.
Bloated international bureaucracies such as the World Health Organization have demonstrated their inability to fulfill their enormous mandates—and other countries around the world should follow our president’s lead and find a better use for their taxpayers’ resources.
China needs to be held to higher standards in environmental protection, labor conditions, and human rights. Here are five immediate action items for the Trump Administration and Congress.
A new Cold War-style approach to China, Russia, and Iran is a call for America reconstituting the strong allied bloc it once led and rejecting the free-for-all globalist movement that turns a blind eye to enemies allegedly for the sake of cheap products.
Bringing our troops home from foreign military adventures, ending our dependence on China for essential goods, building 21st-century infrastructure, protecting the rights and liberties of Americans from corporate-government-media power grabs—these are opportunities to find common ground, and that ground is not necessarily in the middle.
It is a dispiriting thought that the legacy of the coronavirus could be a stronger state, a more sheepish and fearful population, and a ruling class even more dedicated to globalism.
No serious observer of Iranian affairs thinks sanctions relief would change the regime’s relationship with its people which, in the end, is the cause of Iranian woes surrounding COVID-19.
An open letter to the President of the United States.
Recent experience and the Western mindset may be leading Beijing to reach that conclusion.
Does Trump have what it takes to fulfill that which he was called to do, as Lincoln, FDR, and Reagan did for their generations? Or, will he surrender to the democratic-globalist oligarchs who control our dying society?
Only by taking strong and unprecedented measures can the United States and the world protect their citizens and counter a delinquent and devious country like The Communist People’s Republic of China.
Unfortunately, the pandemic-inspired shutdown of the economy only threatens to further corporate consolidation in our economy.
Now will we take the threat China poses seriously?
Trump’s prior initiatives eased the implementation of many of his most effective orders during this crisis.