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Trump-Xi Summit: Five things our president must discuss with the Chinese leader

Van Hipp, There’s no question that President Donald Trump has inherited the most complex foreign policy and national security situation a US President has ever faced. And make no mistake, China is a root cause for much of this. It will be high stakes poker when Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives at Mar-a-Lago this Thursday

Trump set to meet Merkel at White House after criticizing her during campaign

President Trump on Friday is set to welcome Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel to the White House in what is expected to be an amicable encounter despite Trump’s campaign criticism about her “ruining” Germany. Merkel was reportedly on her way to the airport Monday to fly to Washington when Trump called her to postpone the trip due to

Trump Roasts Pelosi, Schumer for Russian Hypocrisy

Jim Stinson, Top Democrats pushing Sessions hysteria caught schmoozing Kremlin officials.  President Donald Trump hammered his top two political adversaries in Congress Friday for what he called hypocritical Russian outrage, posting pictures of them with top Kremlin officials. Taking aim at Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer first, Trump posted a picture of the Democratic senator from New York and

Princeton University To Host ‘Day Of Action.’ It Is As Bad As It Sounds

Elliott Hamilton, On March 6, Princeton University will sponsor a  “Day of Action” in hopes of uniting the community. Princeton Citizen Scientists and Princeton Advocates for Justice will host this event at the Frist Campus Center. On its website, the event organizers wrote the following justification for the event and its purpose: The nation and humanity

Contributions of 3 of the Most Conservative U.S. Presidents

Conservatism is a difficult topic to discuss in today’s political climate. It is a word that has become emotionally charged and means something different to each person. The literal meaning of the word is a belief in the value of traditional and established practices in society and politics. For the purposes of American politics, this

Supreme Court appears divided on cross-border shooting by US agent

The Supreme Court expressed sympathy Tuesday for the family of a Mexican teenager fatally shot from across the U.S.-Mexico line by a Border Patrol agent, but struggled to reach consensus on whether foreign nationals – like the teen’s relatives – can sue in American courts. The divisions were on display during oral arguments for what

Did Hillary Clinton Have a Secret Meeting with Chinese Officials Before 2016 Election?

Justin Haskins, An e-mail in WikiLeaks’ Podesta database shows a former State Department official with close ties to Hillary Clinton met with an ambassador to China early in 2016 and attempted to facilitate a secret “off the record” meeting between Clinton and the ambassador to discuss U.S.-China relations. The revelation comes as many in the