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Green Death

Eight regions of Spain have had their credit ratings cut as uneasy Spaniards moved their money overseas. Spooked by the questionable state of their banks, Spanish savers are now moving their money abroad faster than records have ever shown. Spain’s credit rating has been downgraded two notches and nearly 25% of Spaniards are unemployed The Spanish newspaper La Gaceta ran ...

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Over-Regulation Nation

Liberals love to cite how tax rates are at their lowest in recent memory, ballooning corporate profits, and how Bush era policies caused the financial meltdown.  They seem to think these are ample reasons to argue why we shouldn’t deregulate our over-regulated economy.  However, it is becoming harder for the political left to argue this point  since we are witnessing ...

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Chen Guangcheng and His Family Are On a Flight from China to the US

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BEIJING, May 19, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — ChinaAid has learned that blind activist Chen Guangcheng and his family have left China today and are en route to the United States. Bob Fu talked with Chen just hours ago. Chen said Chinese official informed him that he would leave today, though he had not yet received his passport.  Chen was not told which city in the ...

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US and China sign Agriculture Strategic Plan

The Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack signed a historic “Plan of Strategic Cooperation” with China’s Minister of Agriculture, Han Changfu at the US-China Agricultural Symposium. Bilateral cooperation in Food safety, food security and sustainable agriculture were the focus of this month’s agricultural symposium. “This symposium and plan are a product of a vision I share with my dear old friend ...

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USDA hosting first ever US-China Agricultural Symposium

The first ever US-China Agricultural Symposium took place today. The Symposium where government and industry leaders from the US and China will meet to tackle export issues, to allow US Beef to be exported into the Asia Pacific region. China became the number one market for US agricultural goods in 2011. China purchasing over $20 billion in US agricultural exports. ...

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Ron Paul: Sage Grandfather or Crazy Uncle?

I find myself intrigued with Ron Paul on a regular basis. The man can get up and say some of the most patriotic and sensible things in one sentence and then in the next sentence sound like he just came out of an insane asylum. Paul has great ideas when it comes to fiscal responsibility, spending, freedom, and the Federal ...

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Iran Actually Hacked America's RQ-170 Spy Drone

This is looking bad, folks.  Reports initially said that Iran had shot down one of  America’s RQ-170 spy drones (the type of drone that was used to provide real-time data during the Osama Bin Laden raid).  And to be honest with you, that’s what we wish would have happened.  Instead, it looks like Iran actually hacked the drone and commanded ...

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Fed's Bernanke Props Up EU With Loan-sharking Scheme

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has reached out to Europe in what is being mischaracterized across America as just another European bailout. Bernanke realizes the U.S. Congress would never allow the Federal Reserve to put the U.S. Economy at further risk by directly bailing out the European Socialists, in which we are already exposed to the tune of owning ...

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The Next Generation Identifies China as a Threat

WASHINGTON, Nov. 21, 2011 — Generation Opportunity, one of the largest and fastest growing grassroots voter education organizations, released results from its national poll exploring how America’s young adults view the world, the American economy, and their personal futures. The Generation Opportunity poll focuses specifically on young Americans ages 18-29, popularly referred to as the “Millennial” generation. The data is particularly ...

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Michele Bachmann's Chinese Chips Comment Ignored

While Rick Perry’s “Oops” moment is one of the most reported from Wednesday night’s debate, Rep. Bachmann dropped a bomb on the stage that seems to have largely been ignored by the media – Chinese counterfeit computer components are showing up in U.S. defense weapon systems. As long ago as 2005, Bloomberg reported that fake computer components were causing failures ...

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Imagine. No Religion, too.

There’s a woman who lives near me with a personalized license plate that proclaims she’s a WICCAN. If her idea of theology is a penetrating discussion with a pecan tree and she wants to proclaim her lasting commitment to cellulose; that’s her right. Even though the sentiment appears on a plate issued by the Commonwealth. She’s joined by motorists displaying ...

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China to Help Fund Latest EU Bailout Package? No Deal

French President Nicolas Sarkozy placed a phone call to China’s President Hu Jintao after European leaders reached another last-minute deal to increase bailout funding in an attempt to tackle the regions worst debt crisis in over two decades. Apparently, Sarkozy’s pleas for China to contribute upwards of $100 billion (U.S.) to the EU bailout fund fell on deaf ears, as ...

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The New China Syndrome

When hearing a number of conservative (some real, some alleged) figures speak about China, the tone and rhetoric are usually a mix of concern, anger and fear. Donald Trump, one of the alleged conservatives, has spoken at length on the issue, which is probably a chief reason why he gained some traction while contemplating a run for president. Trump has ...

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Another green company scandal?

As if the Solyndra and LightSquared controversies were not enough, another one of President Obama’s favorite companies pushing the green agenda is being investigated, this time in China. Johnson Controls Inc., which is headquartered in Wisconsin and operates a battery manufacturing facility in Shanghai, has recently come under scrutiny by locals for excessive cases of lead poisoning in children living ...

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