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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Don’t Fence Me In

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Don’t Fence Me In

  By L. Neil Smith I first heard and saw karaoke performed in the 1993 Wesley Snipes/Sean Connery movie Rising Sun (yeah, I know, I don’t get out very much) which was part of the hysterical screaming that the Japanese were taking over everything, cruelly forcing perfectly good money on us, in payment for our […]

Trump right about prosperity and the environment

Trump right about prosperity and the environment

  By Tom Harris Despite the anger of activists about President Donald Trump’s official Earth Day statement, he was right to highlight the important role economic prosperity and a strong market economy play in protecting the environment. After all, without prosperity, we cannot afford to properly protect nature. The President explained: “Environmental protection and economic prosperity go […]

The Enemy Among Us

The Enemy Among Us

    By Sigrid Weidenweber President Trump assumed office and, shortly thereafter, he began to speak often and forcefully against China’s tactics, stealing trade secrets and assuming ownership of American technology used in products sold in China. However, that seems to be the least of the administration’s worries when one examines the documentation of U. […]

College Students Busted For Allegedly Conning Apple Out Of Almost $1 Million

College Students Busted For Allegedly Conning Apple Out Of Almost $1 Million

Mary Margaret Olohan | Reporter Two Oregon college students from China were charged for allegedly conning Apple out of $900,000 by returning hundreds of fake iPhones to Apple and selling the iPhones Apple sent back for profit. Yangyang Zhou and Quon Jiang are students studying in the United States legally on foreign student visas, according to ABC News. […]

China is Planning for War

China is Planning for War

    By Sigrid Weidenweber On Monday, March 4, 2019, I found an article in the Wall Street Journal that took me profoundly aback. In this excellent opinion piece, Mark Halperin laid out and connected facts that have troubled me for a long time. Beginning, he states that Washington is focusing too much attention on […]

Rural America is Going Bust as Farm Bankruptcies Soar

Rural America is Going Bust as Farm Bankruptcies Soar

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter .’ U.S. farmers are filing for Chapter 12 bankruptcy at the highest rate in at least a decade as agriculturists feel pressure from trade wars and low commodity prices, The Wall Street Journal reported in February. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals processed twice as many bankruptcy files from farmers in 2018 […]

A Perfect Storm is Rising Against the West | Part Two

A Perfect Storm is Rising Against the West | Part Two

    By Sigrid Weidenweber In yesterday’s article I discussed the new partnership between Russia and China, and the implications for the Western Democracies. Following what seems to shape up as a second cold war, one must, at this juncture harken back to President Reagan’s idea of Star War’s. He foresaw that Russia and a […]

A Perfect Storm is Forming Against the West |   Part One

A Perfect Storm is Forming Against the West  |   Part One

    By Sigrid Weidenweber The old Communist enemies, Russia and China, are friends again. I was a child at the time when such an alliance was formed for the first time and remember it well. We should watch this new development with great caution and dread. On February 1, 1950, I was nine-years-old, the […]

Climate summit language reveals real but hidden agenda

Climate summit language reveals real but hidden agenda

  by David Wojick, PhD People complain all the time about UN jargon. But the technical language of the Katowice, Poland climate summit is actually very revealing. It is all about changing the world order. Words exist because there is something important to talk about. Words also embody basic beliefs. In this context, it is very useful […]

OPINION: Google and China Have Similar Ideas About Censorship and Privacy

OPINION: Google and China Have Similar Ideas About Censorship and Privacy

M. A. Taylor | Film Director, ‘The Creepy Line’ Opponents of Google’s Project Dragonfly — a censored Chinese search engine — and internet censorship, in general, should have found little relief in Sundar Pichai, the company’s CEO, testimony before Congress. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy asked Mr. Pichai, regarding Project Dragonfly: Right this very second, […]

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