Smart Tax Reform

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Congress is seriously considering much needed tax reform. The features of reform that are being discussed in public are all good. However, the most important feature is a hot topic in Congress but isn’t being discussed in the public arena. That … [Read more...]

Betrayed Again, This Time by Unconvincing Arguments for the TPP

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Voters of all stripes have recognized the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as another betrayal of Americans, and they have resoundingly rejected it. Some polls show up to 80% of voters of all stirpes reject TPP as they learn more about it. Despite … [Read more...]

Voter Shift Causes Political Re-Alignment

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By: Jacek Popiel   In previous articles we have often referred to the year 1854 – the date of birth of the Republican Party. There are two reasons for this. First, 1854 could be considered the watershed year in America’s transition from … [Read more...]

This is NOT Your Parents Republican Party

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In a January 2015 article I wrote about the conflict of visions within both political parties. In that article, I described the conflict as one of Globalism v. Nationalism. For decades the Clintons and the Republican Party establishment stood for (so … [Read more...]

Democrats Fumble on Trade, Jobs and the Economy

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Re-Posted by Frank Shannon The main reason voters support Donald Trump is because of his positions on trade, immigration and national security.  Voters of all stripes recognize Mr. Trump owns the trade issue thanks to Hillary’s flip-flops on this … [Read more...]

The End of Globalization 1.0 – China’s Debacle

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By: Jacek Popiel No nation or power has done as much to profit from globalization as Communist China. And profit it did: witness the “Chinese economic miracle” that was on every front page in the 1990’s and early 2000’s. During that period the … [Read more...]

Trump Vows to Cancel TPP and Puts NAFTA on Notice

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By S.A. Miller - The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 28, 2016 Donald Trump vowed Tuesday that if elected president he would cancel a pending trade deal (the Trans-Pacific Partnership) with Pacific Rim countries and demand Mexico and Canada accept … [Read more...]

A Response to My Conservative #NeverTrump Friends

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By: Dennis Prager When you differ from people you admire, you have to question yourself. After all, what is the purpose of admiring people if they aren't capable of influencing you? So, I have had to challenge my position -- stated since the … [Read more...]

The Brits Strike First Blow to Globalism

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This past December I wrote about the direction of the nation and how it could become an issue in our elections.   I predicted that a lack of jobs caused by past trade agreements had so badly damaged our middle class and economy that someone could … [Read more...]

America First vs. Globalism 2.0

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By: Frank Shannon Last November I wrote about the conflict of visions that created fissures in both political parties – Nationalism and Globalization. Recent events call for a re-visitation of this subject. America is under constant attack from … [Read more...]