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China’s economy is now the largest on earth. Its industrial output is triple that of the United States. Its population, quadruple. To make matters worse, Chinese computing power is on par with ours and their . . .
First published on the Daily Caller. “Consumers are paying the price” for President Trump’s tariffs, CNN claims. Millions will feel the pinch; many thousands will lose their jobs. What CNN fails to mention is that millions of Americans already feel . . .
President Trump announced he will levy 10 percent tariffs on some $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. The tariff will take effect on September 24, and is slated to increase to 25 percent by year’s . . .
We’re Off To A Good Start In The “Trade War” Yesterday, the Trump administration slapped $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports. The tariffs are intended to protect American innovation and competitiveness in the global . . .
Trump Administration Preemptively Blocks $177 Billion Qualcomm-Broadcom Deal The Trump administration has blocked the biggest tech deal in history earlier this week. The proposed deal would see Broadcom acquiring Qualcomm for a whopping $117 billion. . . .
Trump Asks China To Reduce Their Trade Deficit And Stop Intellectual Property Theft This week, the President slapped tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to enhance domestic steel production, to the dismay of liberal economists . . .
Chinese President Xi Jinping Urges West To Uphold Paris Climate Agreement China’s President Xi Jinping vowed to protect and uphold the Paris Climate Agreement, an international accord designed to reduce global fossil fuel emissions, and . . .
How Did China Get Rich? Most people don’t get China. It’s far away. They speak a different language. Their culture, philosophy, religion—everything is super different. Because of this, or perhaps because of China’s historical isolation, . . .