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Word Salad in the Time of China Virus

Who wants to live in a socially distanced, new normal, re-imagined future?  

In his classic essay “Politics and the English Language,” George Orwell describes how politicians hide their actions beneath generous helpings of words chosen to mislead.

Joe Biden's real VP

Joe Biden's real VP: Frightful A former Communist Party candidate actually told the truth.

 

Angela Davis is saying the quiet parts loud.

The Marxist who earned her fame providing guns to murder a judge in 1970 says she backs Joe Biden because the radical left will be able to push him around.

Here's one communist who tells the truth, if only once.

One Weird Trick to Help Americans Sleep Better and Restore the Economy

A temporary subsidy to pick up COBRA premium payments would ensure 30 million Americans continue their coverage with employer-provided health insurance.  

As Congress prepares another booster shot to help the economy deal with the pandemic, there’s one measure they should take up that’s good for the nation’s healthcare and good for the nation’s economy.

A temporary subsidy to pick up COBRA premium payments would ensure 30 million Americans continue their coverage with employer-provided health insurance.

Don't believe Biden's plagiarized populist words

Why Biden's 'buy American' shtick is so brazen Joe has been selling out U.S. workers since 1980

 

The serial plagiarist strikes again.

Joe Biden's habit of copying other people's work and lying about his own past knocked out his previous bids for the presidency.

Big Philanthropy and the Battle Against ‘Systemic Racism’

The millennialist mindset of Big Philanthropy and its fellow travelers leaves one susceptible to any world-saving scheme that comes down the pike.  

Who would have thought the Gates Foundation would endorse tearing down statues of Christopher Columbus, Ulysses S. Grant, George Washington, and other dead white men?

WNYC: US-China trade policy: Past, Present & Future

https://soundcloud.com/americanjobs/trumps-china-trade-policies

Curtis Ellis of America First Policies joins the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC radio New York to discuss US trade policy with the People's Republic of China - past, present and future.

Audio at link runs 22:00

Time to declare independence – from China

 'The American Revolution was a trade war'

Americans lived in a global economy when we wrote the first the Declaration of Independence.

At that time "the global economy" was known as the British Empire.

The British Empire touched the four corners of the Earth, and the sun never set on it. There were no borders in the British Empire. British ships ruled the waves. British industry ruled commerce. The king enforced a uniform set of rules controlling the flow of people, goods and money throughout the realm.

It’s Not Left vs. Right, It’s Big vs. Small

Global corporations make token payments to anti-racism activists in the United States while funding the Chinese Communist Party’s racist dictatorship and sowing the destitution that causes unrest at home.  

The primary contradiction in our society, the fault line that defines our politics and economy, is not Left versus Right. It’s big versus small.

Anyone surprised to see corporate America (an anachronism in itself) kowtowing to cultural Marxism is trapped in the old Left-Right map that tells us “capitalists oppose Marxists.”

This existing law could bring supply chains back today

 How to immediately protect American workers

We don't need to pass a law to bring manufacturing supply chains back to America. We just need to enforce the law already on the books.

The Trade Act of 1930 is the law. This landmark trade legislation has clear enforceable labor standards. It bans the importation into the United States of any goods made with slave labor or child labor. The Obama administration, to its credit, closed a loophole in the original act to make it a powerful weapon for protecting American workers and American labor standards.

We Need the Voice of America

As mobs deface monuments to America’s heritage, major media personalities cannot summon a voice to denounce the anarchy or defend our heritage.  

The corporate media’s outrage du jour concerns the Voice of America (VOA).

VOA is the government-funded international broadcast service, our official radio channel to the world. President Trump has exercised his prerogative to replace the political appointees overseeing the enterprise.

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