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Throwing Away the Russian Card

Throwing Away the Russian Card

. By Victor Davis Hanson The love-hate relation with Putin, from the Obama-era red reset button to the current collusion hysteria, has been a disaster. “They [the North Koreans] will eat grass but will not stop their program as long as they do not feel safe.”— Vladimir Putin, Beijing, China, September 5, 2017 China has […]

China Presses North Korea to Halt Missile, Nuclear Tests

China Presses North Korea to Halt Missile, Nuclear Tests

China pressed North Korea on Sunday to halt its missile and nuclear tests, saying Pyongyang should not “provoke international society’s goodwill.” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, in a blunt show of support for new United Nations sanctions against North Korea, delivered Beijing’s warning to his North Korean counterpart Ri Yong Ho on the sidelines of […]

Economic Development Collaborative-Ventura County’s Small Business Development Center Establishes Presence in Shanghai, China 

Economic Development Collaborative-Ventura County’s Small Business Development Center Establishes Presence in Shanghai, China 

The Economic Development Collaborative of Ventura County’s Small Business Development Center has established a presence in Shanghai, China to connect with Chinese businesses interested in conducting commerce in the U.S. EDC-VC’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) advisors will provide guidance to Chinese businesspeople to help them navigate U.S. regulations and laws. The goal of the […]

Tucker Carlson: ‘Is California Its Own Nation Now?’

Tucker Carlson: ‘Is California Its Own Nation Now?’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson accused California of being “high on its own fumes” by recently making a unilateral decision without federal consent to strike an agreement with China on collaborating over reducing emissions during Wednesday evening’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Carlson took a San Francisco Bay Area radio host to task for supporting the recent […]

An Open Letter to the President

An Open Letter to the President

by Phil Erwin Mr. President, I am a member of the Silent Middle: One of the tens of millions of people in our nation who do not consider themselves to be either forcefully Conservative, or irretrievably Liberal. We used to be a Silent Majority, but now our numbers are eclipsed by the combined fringes of […]

Pup Rescued From Meat Festival Now Frolicks on a Beautiful Vineyard in California

Pup Rescued From Meat Festival Now Frolicks on a Beautiful Vineyard in California

As the notorious Yulin Dog Meat Festival approaches, there will be more and more focus on the dogs of China. Here in the USA and Canada, people unequivocally love our dogs and cats, whereas in China some people eat dogs all year around. Contrary to popular belief, Yulin is a festival that was started in […]

The World on January 20, 2017

The World on January 20, 2017

By Victor Davis Hanson, March 14, 2017   Red-blue tensions at home, mounting dangers abroad.   Most Americans are worried about our domestic crises. Obama left office after doubling the debt to $20 trillion. Near-zero interest rates over eight years have impoverished an entire generation of seniors — and yet remain key to servicing the […]

Study: California Lost 589,100 Jobs to China from 2001-2015

Study: California Lost 589,100 Jobs to China from 2001-2015

By CHRISS W. STREET A new study by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) has found that California lost a net 589,100 jobs from 2001 to 2015, after China entered the World Trade Organization. Researchers at EPI found that the growing U.S. goods trade deficit with China displaced a net 3.4 million jobs in the United States. […]

Should Trump Impose Tariffs on China and Mexico?

Should Trump Impose Tariffs on China and Mexico?

. By Robert W. McGee Should Donald Trump impose a 35% tariff on the importation of goods from China and Mexico as he proposes to do once inaugurated? The short answer, for two reasons, is NO. Reason number one has to do with utilitarian ethics. Nearly all studies conducted by unbiased economists have found that […]

New report alleges work abuses by Apple’s Chinese suppliers

New report alleges work abuses by Apple’s Chinese suppliers