January 16, 2021

Opinion

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Trump wounds Left where it hurts most: the courts
President Donald Trump is at the climactic moment of his presidency: the opportunity to add another conservative judge to the Supreme Court. Read More.
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Antifa is misunderstood, Soros-funded media say
This must be a fun game for George Soros to play. Fund the violence, and fund the "professional journalists" who are "fact checking" the violence. Read More.
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U.S. aggressively standing up to Chinese technology threats
The U.S. continues to be guns drawn against foreign technological threats and has taken impressive action lately against several Chinese companies. Read More.
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Covid crisis clouds United Nations Assembly
The annual UN General Assembly, celebrating its 75th anniversary, has been forced to meet virtually, with online video sessions replacing the diplomatic pomp and pageantry of years past. Read More.
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Florida teams active in Democrat effort to defeat Trump
NBA and NFL teams are officially allied with radical groups and persons trying to defeat President Donald Trump in the crucial electoral state of Florida. Read More.
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Barrett heads for top court, Pelosi's 'quiver' notwithstanding
Shortly after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg on Sept. 18, ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos hosted his "news" show and had as his principle guest House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Together they discussed the evil President Trump. Read More.
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America has fueled its freedom and peace in the Middle East
Today, America stands at the forefront of a wave of historic peace deals in the Middle East. Read More.
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UN General Assembly opens — without live sessions
Presidents, Prime Ministers and Kings are attending the opening debate of the UN General Assembly; but online. The 75th anniversary session of the Assembly was planned as a gala gathering of chiefs of state and government but shall now be relegated to a series of virtual sessions. Read More.
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Bill Gates heavily funding radical foreign policy group
Bill Gates is showering millions of dollars onto an organization that wants to make radical feminist beliefs official U.S. foreign policy. Read More.
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Yes, Joe Biden looks like a radical socialist
Joe Biden stood in front of cameras recently and said, "Ask yourself, do I look like a radical socialist with a soft spot for rioters?" Read More.
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Pandemic paranoia vs September 11 resolve
Looking at the last six months of the pandemic, the last thing we needed was a “chicken little” administration telling us to panic as if the “sky is falling.” Read More.
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USGLC aggressively pursues one-world order
The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) is an organization devoted to the modern values of one-world internationalism. Read More.
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Chinese military's rising red tide can no longer be ignored
The rising tide of China’s military modernization, expansion, and force projection capabilities has long haunted policymakers from the United States to East Asia. Read More.
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India joins U.S., bans intrusive Chinese apps and technology
India is instituting a crackdown on Chinese technology that makes U.S. President Donald Trump’s action look friendly in comparison. Read More.
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Frau Becker’s garden in Vienna: Socialism produced weeds
That’s the problem with socialism, Marxism or communism. They all start with the world view that everyone should be treated “equally and fairly”. But equality and fairness of what? The weed patch? Read More.

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