President Donald Trump has initiated a new round of tariffs on China, in response to what he has described as “economic aggression” against the United States by the Beijing regime. Meanwhile top leaders of the U.S. and global business, technology, and banking communities were in China last week celebrating with the communist aggressors. From September 18-20, the World Economic Forum (WEF) held its 12th Annual Meeting of the New Champions, under the theme, “Shaping Innovative Societies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” in Tianjin, China. The WEF has become a leading evangelization chorus for a New World Order, a globalist scheme for world government that has become the shared vision of billionaire elites at Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Facebook, and Google, as well as their corporate counterparts in China.
The woman who accuses U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, as will Kavanaugh, who vehemently denies the evidence-free accusation.
In this exclusive interview with The New American magazine, Hungarian Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Relations Zoltán Kovács outlined his nation's resistance to the European Union's assault on freedom and Christianity. He explains the reason why the internationalists in Brussels are working to flood Europe with illegal immigrants.
The debate over the sexuality of beloved Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie rages on despite a statement by Sesame Street released in 2011 in which the television show officially deemed the two characters “asexual.”
The credibility of the leftist professor who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape took another hit on Tuesday, and not just because she demanded a pointless FBI probe before she would testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Senator Mazie Hirono (shown, D-Hawaii), one of four women on the Senate Judiciary Committee, made her feelings quite clear this week on the issue of giving an accused man the benefit of the doubt — in fact, Hirono said the men in the country need to “just shut up and step up, do the right thing for a change.”
Some have called today’s lib radicals the “alt-Left” — but they’re really the alternate-universe Left. The majority of what they say not only isn’t the truth but is its polar opposite. A prime example is the handling of the case of Christine Blasey Ford, the California psychology professor accusing SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when he was a teen. While constituting a monkey wrench thrown into his confirmation process, her allegations smack of monkey business.
Democrat politicians clearly count on a strong amount of support among Hispanic voters — those whose ancestry is from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Central and South America, Cuba — to forge a winning coalition in American elections. They were extremely disappointed when Donald Trump garnered 35 percent of the Hispanic vote in Florida in the 2016 presidential election, critical in his capturing the Sunshine State over Hillary Clinton.
The man who switches political affiliations like clothes but manages to remain left-wing throughout, ex-NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg, is again talking about running for president as a Democrat. He absolutely is in many ways the perfect Democrat candidate, too — for the year 1986. As for 2018, he’s got the wrong color and sex combination for today’s identity-politics-über-alles Dems.
It was a tough day yesterday for Christina Blasey Ford, the woman who claims, with no evidence and a failed memory on key details, that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attempted to rape her nearly four decades ago.