For the past few decades the Communist regime of China has been driving toward world supremacy, both economically and militarily. The regime’s main target has been, and is, the United States of America. China’s plan to grab power has been clever and unprecedented, seeking victory without firing a shot, reducing its targets to mere frogs in a boiling pot.
If you’ve never heard of the National Popular Vote (NPV) interstate compact, I’m not surprised, despite the fact that this stealth attack on the Constitution is working its way through various state legislatures and would dramatically affect the way this country chooses its President.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor made quite a stir with her dissent from the majority on Tuesday’s high-court ruling upholding a state’s right to ban racial preferences in university admissions. It was an affirmative-action defense of affirmative action — and it reflected a certain kind of conflict of interest.