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Port of Hueneme Statement of the Impact of Tariffs

Port of Hueneme Statement of the Impact of Tariffs

At this time, the Port has not seen any change in cargo volumes as a result of federal tariff adjustments. Volumes remain steady and we are moving forward with investments including modernizing our terminal, deepening the harbor, and acquiring energy efficient equipment. Long term implications of federal trade actions are uncertain and we closely monitor […]

Tariffs, Protests, Supreme Court and Where Can Conservatives Get a Decent Meal? | Look At News Daily  (June 30-July 6/Day 161-167) Week 24

Tariffs, Protests, Supreme Court and Where Can Conservatives Get a Decent Meal? | Look At News Daily  (June 30-July 6/Day 161-167) Week 24

By Michael Hernandez   June 30 (Saturday):  Day 161 Protesters want a million people to surround U.S. Capitol On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” Michael Moore stated that to stop President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee from being voted on before the 2018 election, he will “join a million other people surrounding the United States […]

Politicians must consider unintended consequences

Politicians must consider unintended consequences

    By Paul Driessen It’s become a recurring, frustrating pattern, as legislators and regulators ignore the immutable laws of unintended consequences, to drive political agendas or aid favored constituencies, while harming others. A good example is corporate average fuel economy (CAFÉ) standards on vehicles. Originally enacted in 1975 to offset the impacts of the […]

The Folly of Tariffs

The Folly of Tariffs

. By Richard Colman Tariffs on imported goods only prop up inefficient firms.  Simply put, a tariff is a tax.  And the money from that tax goes to government.  Tariffs also raise prices on consumers.  If the Japanese can make better and cheaper cars than the Americans, let the American auto manufacturers figure out how to […]

A Week of Taming Lawless Regimes — Look At News Daily  (March 3-9/Day 43-49) Week 7

A Week of Taming Lawless Regimes — Look At News Daily  (March 3-9/Day 43-49) Week 7

By Michael Hernandez   March 3 (Saturday): Day 43 Educators, school districts debating school discipline policies The school discipline policy that may have allowed Nikolas Cruz to escape arrest by Broward County law enforcement and ultimately purchase the firearm he used to kill 17 people is in effect in over 50 school districts across the […]

Tariffs: Scary? Or Sensible?

Tariffs: Scary? Or Sensible?

by Phil Erwin Well, the President’s made good on another campaign promise. Or more accurately, he’s threatened to make good on imposing tariffs on “cheatin’ China” (he didn’t coin that phrase, but he could have.) The Constitution puts tariffs squarely in the Congressional bailiwick. So when a President threatens tariffs, it could be more a […]

Re: International Trade

Re: International Trade

By Michael Master (author of Save America Now, Rules for Conservatives, and The Birth Famine The Constitution says that the federal government can impose import taxes on goods from outside of the Country in any way that it wishes,  on anyone that it wants, for any reasons.   Those tariffs do not have to be […]

Make America Great Again

Make America Great Again

By: Peter Schiff, President and CEO Euro Pacific Capital   Donald Trump’s critics have heaped scorn on his calls for protective tariffs to deal with America’s widening trade imbalance and the resulting loss of higher–paying blue color jobs. Some have accused him of trying to turn back the clock in pursuit of a cheap populist ploy […]

Democrats filibuster TPP “FastTrack” trade bill

Democrats filibuster TPP “FastTrack” trade bill

Editors’ note: In a rare move, factions of both Democrats (now filibustering) and Republicans are opposed to a secretive new proposed “free trade” bill that Congressional members aren’t even allowed to talk about publicly, that must be voted either up or down with no amendments permitted, might be changed later by a President, could override […]