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Tag Archives: China
by Jim Emerson
China has been demanding the U.S. halt all reconnaissance flights over international waters near its border. China’s Defense Ministry told the Global Times newspaper, “We demand that the U.S. respect China’s sovereignty and security interests, and take concrete measures to boost a healthy and stable development of military relations.” The only problem is that the U.S. surveillance flights have been operating outside of China’s sovereign territory.
Tensions have increased after a … Read the Rest of this Post
by Jim Emerson
New documents added to WikiLeaks leaked United States embassy cables revealed that China has been selling missiles and parts to Iran, Syria, and Pakistan in violation of its agreement with the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR).
MTCR was formed in 1987 as an informal, voluntary partnership of 34 countries to prevent the export of long-range weapons of mass destruction to hostile nations. China is not a member but has assured the members … Read the Rest of this Post
by Joe Guzzardi
A pregnant woman’s journey from a remote village in China to an American birthing center is geographically long and arduous. But skilled middlemen well-schooled in the loopholes of U.S. immigration policy can make her travels much easier. The woman’s mission, to deliver an American-born child with all the privileges associated with citizenship status, is a priceless commodity that makes whatever risks she may take worthwhile.
Wherever people who yearn to migrate to … Read the Rest of this Post
by Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson
As chairman of our country’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Board, Ben Bernanke is expected to put the economy on a sound footing and foster strong economic growth. Unfortunately, Bernanke faces “mission impossible”—partly because the policies implemented by Congress, the president, and bureaucrats account for much of what happens to the economy, and partly because the Fed has already done most of what it can do.
The Fed’s favorite policy … Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch
In election years, candidates inevitably promise voters they will do more than their opponents. In practice that usually means increased debt-spending and expanding unconstitutional encroachments on liberty. Now one Republican presidential candidate has doubled-down on the most blatantly illegal action of this presidency, saying Barack Obama has not gone far enough in waging war-by-decree in Libya — and those who want to follow the Constitution are bead-wearing hippies … Read the Rest of this Post
by Tom Gibson
Most nations try to avoid running trade deficits because those that do lose jobs.
Why, then, for the last 20 years has the United States run a persistent, growing deficit that has destroyed more than 9 million jobs?
The story begins when President Bill Clinton, promising expanding markets and more jobs, pushed our country into the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1992 and the World Trade Organization in 1995.
After that, … Read the Rest of this Post
by Susan Stamper Brown
We’ve heard a lot of pep-talks recently that it might be time to for Americans to reduce their living standards and expectations in order to accept the “New Normal” that is inevitable if Washington’s reckless spending spree on the taxpayer’s dime continues.
It’s difficult to grasp the notion that citizens are expected to go without in order to fund a government that is about to bust the seams of its financial … Read the Rest of this Post