Curtis Ellis advocates ditching 'the global citizen gobbledygook'

President Trump set a 90-day deadline for China to negotiate terms to end its predatory trade practices. After 30 years of empty promises, we’ll see if Beijing is serious.

Famously anticommunist Ayn Rand said, “Check your premises.”

This is a good time to check our premises for doing business with the greatest Communist power on earth.

We were told integrating our economy with China would make China more free and an ally of the U.S. It would be good for our national security.

Curtis Ellis discusses US-China G20 summit on Marc Cox radio show St Louis

We're dealing with a communist nation that's out to get us.  Who's got the guts to stand up to China?  It's Trump.  He's straying from the typical agenda of everyone get-along, and Marc Cox likes it.  Everyone needs to take a breath and relax, it's being taken care of.

Westwood One: China tariffs and trade

Jim Bohannon Westwood One radio show with Curtis Ellis, senior policy advisor America First Policies discussing China trade and tariffs.

NewsmaxTV: US-China meeting at G20 - Ellis

Curtis Ellis, senior policy advisor with America First Policies on Newsmax TV discussing outcome of US-China meeting at G20 summit.

Segment begins at 50:07 mark at link below.

AUDIO: Joe Piscopo show w/ Curtis Ellis on China & G20

Curtis Ellis, senior policy advisor with America First Policies, joins Joe Piscopo to discuss developments in US-China trade relations coming out of the G20 meeting.


Curtis Ellis notes Trump's policies bring 'us closer to energy independence'

President Trump’s economic strategy consists of four elements – tax reform, trade reform, regulatory reform and energy reform.

These four parts work together to boost American growth and incomes.

Lower tax rates put more money in consumers’ pockets, money they will spend on goods and services in their communities. Small businesses got a tax break too, so they can invest and expand to meet the increased consumer demand.


by Curtis Ellis 

It should be titled “Everything we told you is wrong.” That’s the essence of the New York Times series “China Rules – How China Became a Superpower.” Its conceit is “Gee whiz, it’s really awesome how China got it together.”

Essentially, the series tells us everything the elites in academia, politics and finance said to justify “welcoming China into the community of nations” was dangerously misguided wishful thinking.

NewsmaxTV: China setback at Asian summit

Curtis Ellis, senior policy advisor with America First Policies, discusses the latest developments in President Trump's China policies and the setback for China at the recent APEC summit in Asia.