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Ep. 102: How will the US-China trade war end? – Ep. 102: How will the US-China trade war end? – AEI

With the United States and China trading threats of escalating tariffs, the world waits to see whether these barbs become a full-fledged trade war between the two largest economies. The Trump administration claims its actions are necessary to deter China from continuing its predatory trade …

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India’s Economy Is Booming. Deregulation Is the Next Important Step.

With reported growth of 7.7 percent in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2017 and 6.7 percent annual growth projected for 2018, India now boasts the world’s fastest-growing economy. The question now becomes how to preserve the momentum. First and foremost, India must recognize that …

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Armstrong Williams Exiting Radio as TV Empire Expands

After more than two decades on the radio, commentator Armstrong Williams will sign off his show on SiriusXM Urban View for the last time June 27 to devote more time to expanding his TV holdings. “When you own broadcast television stations, and it’s a 24/7 …

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Oregon Forced Us to Close Our Cake Shop. Here’s What the Masterpiece Decision Means for Us.

We are thrilled for our friend, Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop who recently won his case at the Supreme Court. Like Jack, we know what it is like to be treated unfairly by a state agency and mocked, threatened, and abused by critics. …

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The Case for Pragmatism and an Opportunity for Sino-US Leadership

Image credit: istockBlank Section (Placeholder)via Aegis Paper SeriesIncreasingly disruptive and destructive cyber attacks pose an unprecedented threat to the global financial system. This challenge presents an opportunity for the United States and China as the world’s two largest economies to work together rallying behind their shared …

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Cyberspectives: National Cybersecurity Priorities With Andrew Grotto

via CyberspectivesIntroducing Cyberspectives, a new podcast analyzing the cyber issues of today with host John Villasenor. In the inaugural episode, guest Andrew Grotto provides analysis on a broad range of cyber issues, including questions regarding areas of cyber most in need of national level attention, aspects …

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MSNBC: 'Know Nothing Party' of the 1850s Is Finally in Power

The outrage and anger coming from MSNBC continued on Tuesday as analyst and columnist Bret Stephens appeared to say that the Know-Nothing Party of the 1850s is finally in power at the White House. The New York Times columnist suggested comparing the Trump administration to …

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Cunde el pánico en Telemundo tras anuncio de acabar con asilos fraudulentos

Telemundo, la cadena hermana de habla hispana de NBC, se opone tajantemente al anuncio del fiscal general de los Estados Unidos, Jeff Sessions, sobre los esfuerzos aunados de las autoridades policiales y judiciales federales para detener la ola de solicitudes de asilo ilegítimas que han …

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NYT’s Love of Public Transit, Hatred of Koch Brothers Collide on Front Page

The New York Times loves its public transit and dislikes the limited-government Koch Brothers. Combine those trends and you have: “Kochs Finance High-Tech War Against Transit – Targeting Voter Data to Kill Buses and Rail” in Tuesday’s off-lead story slot. Not “War Against Federal Over-Spending…” …

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The Senate Must Vote Yes on Historic Rescissions Package

WASHINGTON, DC – FreedomWorks supports passage of the historic rescissions package that is being considered by the senate this week. The Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act, H.R. 3, would rescind $15 billion in unobligated funds. The senate must revive rescissions as a …

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