According to some political pundits, a main reason for U.S. interest in passing the Trans-Pacific Partnership is to inhibit China’s economic dominance, but that’s far from the truth.
As a Chinese carrier group is engaging in naval drills near Hainan in the South China Sea, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, leading a carrier strike group, entered that sea.
By using American dollars, Communist China has for decades been waging economic, political, and military war against the United States. Trump is correct in adding in his tweet: “We cannot let this continue!”
The communist government of China has recently taken firmer steps to maintain control over religion, including banning the sale of Bibles at online bookstores.
China’s censors went on a rampage last week, all because of a reporter's spontaneous, on-camera facial expression that signaled her exasperation at Communist China’s stage-managed National People’s Congress. The Internet storm cuased by the now-famous eye-roll also exposed the communist regime's dangerous media penetration of the United States.
Top Navy and Marine Corps officials warned the House Appropriations defense subcommittee Wednesday of the threat of China’s tactic of buying up foreign land “to win without fighting.” Navy Secretary Richard Spencer called the move “weaponizing capital.”
Its Christian custodians have closed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem to protest a new policy by the city designed to collect taxes on church properties.
Top globalists, communists, and Islamists from around the globe gathered this month on the Arabian Peninsula for the World Government Summit — yes, that is the confab's real name — to push for what they called a “new world order.” More than a few speakers made clear that liberty and the “America First” agenda were in the crosshairs.
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference on February 18, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel could act against Iran itself, if necessary, not just its “proxies” in the Middle East.