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Chinese-made jet takes off in maiden flight, seen as possible future Boeing competitor

The first large Chinese-made passenger jetliner is making its maiden test flight Friday from Shanghai in a symbolic milestone in China’s long-term goal to break into the Western-dominated aircraft market. China is touting the C919 as a rival to single-aisle jets the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737. The plane was originally due to fly in

California Democrats toss state senator Janet Nguyen for comments on Tom Hayden

Lloyd Billingsley, Free Speech Smackdown!  On Tuesday, February 21, California’s senate Democrats memorialized the late Tom Hayden, a former state senator, husband of Jane Fonda, and leading figure in the New Left. On Thursday, February 23, southern California Republican Janet Nguyen rose to speak, first in Vietnamese, then English. “Today I recognize in memory the

America’s New Trade Agenda: Holding Cheaters Accountable

Congressman Ted Yoho, Opening new markets abroad has been a mainstay of U.S. trade policy since WWII. It’s a noble endeavor, but it cannot succeed in isolation in today’s cut-throat international marketplace. Once America creates a new opportunity with a new trade deal, it must strictly enforce established trade rules to ensure countries don’t erect

Only Trump Can Rebuild The United States Military Might #TrumpPence16

Tom McInerney and Erin Cassidy, Only a Trump economy could fund the lacking defenses. In order to rebuild the U.S. military the next president is going to have to do the following things with the economy. The next administration must design a growth plan that will allow the U.S. economy to expand at a 3

U.S. Special Forces, Foreign Troops Practice Invading Tampa

News groups promise invasion is not “Russians” or “New World Order.” U.S. Special Forces and commandos from as many as 19 foreign nations practiced “invading” Tampa, Fl. this week during an unprecedented international training exercise. Conducted outside the Tampa Convention Center Wednesday, residents looked on as service members from every branch of the U.S. military