China Shouldn’t Have Been Scapegoated During the Presidential Debate
Opinion

China Shouldn’t Have Been Scapegoated During the Presidential Debate

American democracy would best be served by focusing more on domestically relevant facts than rhetorical attacks against foreign countries like China. The first presidential debate between Trump and Biden saw China presented as the object of their mutual derision, which presented the People’s Republic as a scapegoat for distracting from each other’s controversial stances on…

Mexico Rising: Atlanticist Media-Hate Overdrive as AMLO Drains the Swamp
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Mexico Rising: Atlanticist Media-Hate Overdrive as AMLO Drains the Swamp

Mexican President Lopez Obrador is draining the swamp, and Atlanticist media isn’t happy about it. In fact, the New York Times and the Washington Post hate him for it. Right now, to carry Mexico’s Fourth Transformation forward, AMLO requires an additional mandate beyond the movement that put him in power, and this means a referendum…

The Empire of Uncertainty
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The Empire of Uncertainty

Anyone claiming they can project the trajectory of the U.S. and global economy is deluding themselves. Normalcy depends entirely on everyday life being predictable. To be predictable, life must be stable, which means that there is a high level of certainty in every aspect of life. The world has entered an era of profound uncertainty, an…

Congressional Hearing Reveals US Govt’s Invisible Hand in Protests Around the World
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Congressional Hearing Reveals US Govt’s Invisible Hand in Protests Around the World

Last week, the House Foreign Affairs Committee grilled Michael Pack, who President Trump recently appointed to head the US government’s state propaganda arm, the US Agency for Global Media (USAGM). Pack was appointed in June and started a big shakeup at the US state media outlets run by the USAGM, like Voice of America and Radio…