July 06, 2020

Opinion

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After Trump's USMCA win: Post-Brexit U.S.-UK trade pact
Wednesday’s announcement of the start of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is a major accomplishment for the Trump administration — fulfilling its promise to modernize the way trade agreements are written — as well as a major economic boost for our continent. Along with frustration over the EU’s handing of final Brexit negotiations, this is likely to boost efforts for a U.S.-UK free trade agreement (FTA). Read More.
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Editorial: The false narratives are a mirage; Blow it away
2020 has been like a bad movie in a theater with no exits. Read More.
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FDR overlooked Korea; Solving ‘forgotten war’ key to Asian peace
Seventy years ago, on June 25, 1950, North Korean troops attacked South Korea launching an unexpected military blitz. Kim Il-Sung’s communists had as their aim the forcible reunification of the divided Korean peninsula, itself a recent legacy of Japan’s defeat in WWII. Read More.
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Big power military balance has little to do with budgets
Conventional analysis of the world’s militaries always places the U.S. at the top, and by a wide margin. Read More.
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Antifa and BLM are more like ISIS than the Bolsheviks
Antifa and BLM cannot stand comparison with Lenin and Trotsky. No! There is only one relevant analogy — the Islamic State. Read More.
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Michael Flynn's advice on how to prevail against 'dark forces'
The silent majority must rise up to beat back the "dark forces" threatening the United States, Michael Flynn said. Read More.
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Columnist: Mob forces globalism on once-free Americans
In America's "new normal," the leftist mob is being allowed to decide what's best for individuals, a columnist said. Read More.
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Feminist group's massive network drives U.S. propaganda
Our ruling elites would like you to believe that the explosion of cultural Marxist agitprop that has dominated mainstream media in the wake of the death of a black man in police custody in Minneapolis reflects a spontaneous grassroots response to "oppression" occurring in America today. Read More.
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Mao's Red Guards erased 'old' culture; Sound familiar?
If you think the tactics and rhetoric of Antifa and Black Lives Matter demonstrators in America’s streets are new, think again. They’re old. Read More.
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Why can’t these points of view be debated?
On June 19, also known as Juneteenth, the celebration of the end of slavery in the United States, we released our film, “Uncle Tom.” It follows a young, black, Christian contractor, Chad Johnson, who was a long-time Democrat until challenged by a fellow Christian to read the platforms of the Democratic and Republican parties. Read More.
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China's 5G global threat: Only Trump administration gets it
America is essentially the only major power standing up to China’s 5G expansion. Read More.
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Musical chairs at the UN with a little help from Celine and Bono
It’s one of those rites of late Spring when members of the UN’s General Assembly come together to choose five new non-permanent members of the fifteen-member Security Council. But what’s usually a spirited but pro-forma election of candidates, this year was carried out in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic and in the awkward spirit of social distancing. Read More.
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T-Mobile CEO mocks Tucker Carlson and his large audience
On June 9, telecommunications giant T-Mobile's CEO Mike Sievert haughtily revealed via social media that the company was dropping all advertising for populist nationalist Tucker Carlson's highly rated Fox News program. Read More.
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President at West Point: 'We are ending the era of endless wars'
In a surprisingly understated but inspirational address to the cadets on the historic Parade Field, President Donald Trump spoke to the graduating class of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Read More.
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Hanson: The fear that haunts white progressives
The Left and the Democratic Party fear and hate the Trump movement because of "its emphasis on class rather than race, a more fluid and potentially more dynamic appeal, and one with the potential to unite rather than divide those of different tribes," historian and columnist Victor Davis Hanson wrote for American Greatness on June 14. Read More.

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