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America First means American jobs

Philly shows America First means American jobs Curtis Ellis highlights how Trump counters 'strategic threat' from China

A new headline every day shows how decisions made decades ago threaten American leadership in industry and technology.

For example, the coronavirus reveals the danger of having China as the sole source supplier of materials for our key industries.

FOX: Dems want blood from a Stone

Curtis Ellis: Dems demand harsh punishment for Roger Stone – Not violent criminals and illegal immigrants

 

The latest manufactured outrage from Democrats and the left-wing media emerges yet again from the Justice Department, an agency that lately seems more adept at producing scandal than justice.

How China Recruits Allies Against America

When you hear Joe Biden or any other candidate, Wall Street analyst, or talking head say President Trump “should work with our allies” to take on China, you can be sure that person doesn’t know what he is talking about. Or he is being paid not to know.

 

How to stop fraudsters, smugglers & spies

How to stop fraudsters, smugglers & spies from doing business Curtis Ellis touts bill that inhibits the use of anonymous shell companies

 

Follow the money.

That's what Deep Throat supposedly told Woodward and Bernstein to do to find the perps behind the Watergate break-in and cover-up.

But what if they couldn't follow the money? What if the chain of custody was hidden?

That's the problem for law enforcement chasing Mexican drug cartels, Iranian terrorists, human traffickers and Chinese spies today.

Coronavirus Exposes True Cost of the China Price

We are now paying the true cost of the China price.

The China price is the ultimatum Walmart buyers give vendors: this is the price we will pay – if your factory in the U.S. can’t meet it, we have one in China that will, and we’ll be happy to help you move there.

Coronavirus, the ‘Phase One’ China Deal, and Globalization

By Curtis Ellis

The owners of capital and their McKinsey consultants would do well to follow the teachings of David Ricardo—all of them.  

It is said truth is the first casualty of war. That would make globalization, and specifically the “Phase One” trade deal with China, the second casualty in the war against the coronavirus.

The first casualty—truth—occurred in December, when the Chinese Communist Party hid the outbreak just as it continues to hide the true number of infections and deaths.

China's spying and Andrew Yang's MATH

Curtis Ellis reports from Iowa on 'Make America Think Harder' candidate

The people of Iowa see the presidential caucuses like racing enthusiasts approach the Kentucky Derby.

A 60-something-year-old nuclear engineer from Cedar Rapids told me he registered as a Republican in 2016 because that's where the caucus action was. That's the reason he registered as a Democrat this year.

Like many of the people in the focus groups I listened in on late last year, he didn't like Trump's personality but thinks he's done some good things.

Audio: Trump scraps NAFTA as promised

In yet another historical accomplishment, and in the middle of the impeachment circus, President Trump signed the USMCA agreement.

Curtis Ellis, policy director with America First Policies, tells Rick Roberts on WBAP radio Dallas USMCA will end the incentive to outsource jobs and bring back more manufacturing jobs to the US.

Audio at link runs 11:16

As Red China Carries Disease, Elites Carry its Water

The World Health Organization is a case study of how the Chinese Communist Party infects supposedly apolitical institutions. But it doesn’t end there.  

Two dangerous infectious agents are emerging from China. One is the coronavirus. The other is the Chinese Communist Party.

Just as a virus infects the cellular mechanics of healthy organisms to make replicas of itself, the CCP hijacks independent organizations and institutions and reprograms them to serve its ideology.

It is no exaggeration to blame the party for the spread of the contagion.

Why Trump's at 83% approval with America's farmers

Curtis Ellis cites myriad policies that've benefited those who grow our food

An unwatchable impeachment trial proceeds at molasses pace in Washington, its outcome a foregone conclusion.

Meanwhile, in Iowa another drama awaits as Democratic caucus goers prepare to choose their favorite candidate.

But there too the outcome is certain:

For whichever Democrat comes out on top, he or she will in the end be bested by the man who has delivered more for the state and for farmers than anyone else – President Donald J. Trump.

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