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Chinese Firms Want to Control Areas Around Panama Canal

Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, China wants control of global trade routes. Chinese government firms have expressed interest in developing land around the Panama Canal, furthering the government’s desire to acquire control of strategic waterways around the world. The Panama Canal Authority, which has managed the canal since the United States ceded ownership to the Panamanian

Lawmakers Should Focus on Consequences of Minimum Wage Hikes – Not Mere Intentions

Michael Schaus, It didn’t take the new Nevada legislature long before it started toying with the idea of raising the minimum wage. Introduced within the first week of Nevada’s 79th legislative session, SB106 would incrementally increase the minimum wage from the current $8.25 per hour to a grand total of $12 per hour. Another more

Sad Hillary Defies Trump Immigration Restrictions: ‘This Is Not Who We Are’

Charlie Spiering, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton voiced her defiance to President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting the entry of travelers and immigrants from high-risk countries in the Middle East and Africa. “I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values & our Constitution,” she wrote on Twitter. “This is

The inauguration is why I love America

Jane Hampton Cook, The inauguration is why I love America. Of all the presidential events, from election night to the State of the Union, from press conferences to state dinners, the inauguration is my favorite for one simple reason. More than any other moment, the inauguration is a picture of our Constitution, proof that we

Why I would sing for the Inauguration of Donald Trump #Patriots

Gracie Rosenberger, As an increasing number of artists express reluctance regarding performing for the inauguration for Donald Trump,  I recall numerous opportunities I’ve had to perform for various political, state, and national events.  Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen (D) invited me to perform at his first inauguration—the first woman with a disability to do so. I

49 Years After MLK, Christian Pastors Call For Arms: Guns & Prayer Are Necessary

Bethany Blankley, One genuine news story ignored by nearly all media this past Christmas was the slaughter of over 100 mostly Christian Nigerians– and– the razing of 50,000 homes, the destruction of thousands of acres of farmland, and the displacement of roughly 10,000 people in southern Kaduna, Nigeria. The pre-Christmas season atrocity was just one of

Why the past eight years happened, and what it all means, FakePrez.Con

Lloyd Billingsley, “I first came to Chicago when I was in my early 20s, still trying to figure out who I was,” President Obama told the nation on Tuesday. After eight years of his presidency, many others are still trying to figure out who, exactly, this guy is. His farewell address offered few clues but

China Revives Ties With African Nation in Blow to Taiwan

China re-established diplomatic ties with Sao Tome and Principe, cementing the small West African island nation’s shift in allegiance from Taiwan. The two countries signed a communique Monday at a ceremony in Beijing attended by Foreign Minister Wang Yi. The switch highlights Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s growing risk of isolation amid tensions with China. It

Identity Politics Are Anti-American: Why “people of color” is a racist term

David Horowitz, I spoke on this campus in 2001, when I was conducting a campaign against reparations for slavery because the reparations were going to be paid by people who had never owned slaves to people who had never been slaves. Reparations was just a left-wing scheme to isolate black Americans and divide the country.