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Dismissing China’s Jin SSBN class is wrong

Nuclear disarmament advocates like Hans Kristensen (a lifelong anti-nuclear activist) and Jeffrey Lewis both dismiss China’s Jin class of ballistic missile submarines as obsolete and comparable only to the Soviet Delta III class, with Lewis wrongly calling the Jin class “a good deterrent – for the 1960s”. But they are wrong. And as advocates of America’s unilateral disarmament, they have ...

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Dismissing the Chinese fighter threat is dangerous and wrong

In January 2011, China first flew its first stealthy fighter, the J-20. Days before, Air Power Australia experts Dr Carlo Kopp and Peter Goonconducted a holistic technical analysis of it, followed by a more thorough techno-industrial-military-strategy analysis which assessed not only the J-20′s capabilities, but also its usefulness and potential missions in light of these capabilities. They concluded (emphasis added): “The ...

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The REAL size of China’s nuclear arsenal

How big is China’s nuclear arsenal? This is a hotly-disputed issue today. Liberal advocates of Western disarmament, such as Daryl Kimball, Tom Collina, Jeffrey Lewis and Hans Kristensen (a lifelong Danish pacifist who now lives in the US) and their organizations claim that China has only 240 warheads. US intelligence agencies still hold on to their obsolete estimate of 300-400 ...

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Why the Next Generation Bomber is needed

There are some who question whether the Air Force’s planned Next Generation Bomber is needed.  An example is this article published by the liberal CPI, wherein David Axe asked many questions that are easy to answer. In this paper, I will answer them and thus show why the NGB is absolutely needed. First, I’ll rebut his questions regarding the requirement for ...

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Campaign Ad: “Bow”

American Crossroads hits the airwaves hard today with a powerful new ad highlighting Obama’s disingenuous and disastrous kowtowing to China as American jobs and industries suffer.  

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GM – After Bailout. The Future is China.

Ouch. This is a powerful ad from American Future Fund. Listen for these quotes: Seven out of ten cars we make come from outside the United States. GM is a company well established for the future…in China. (These words are spoken by GM CEO Dan Akerson.) Share this video with your friends who believe the GM bailouts were a success ...

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Chinese ‘Angel’ Rescues 30 Abandoned Babies

The story of a Chinese ‘angel’ has come to the international stage after details of her rescue of 30 abandoned Chinese babies came to light. Hailed as a hero, Lou Xiaoying, now 88 and suffering from kidney failure, found and helped raise 30 abandoned Chinese babies in the Eastern China as she struggled to make a living recycling rubbish. The ...

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Capitalism and Hard Work Helped China, But Occupiers Don’t Know That

With the rise of the Occupy Wall Street movement permeating the American political landscape like a virus, we see a visceral hatred of free markets and capitalism.  We see signs that say “F your unpaid internship” and “Eat the Rich” displayed by people on the far left who seek to destroy out current form of government and implement a socialist ...

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Democrats Undermining Defense for Over 200 Years

Stephen Budiansky — author of Perilous Fight: America’s Intrepid War with Britain on the High Seas, 1812–1815 ­— has written an excellent book that inadvertently reveals Democrat politicians — in feverish pursuit of imaginary utopias — have been busy undermining our national defense for the past 200 years. It began with Thomas Jefferson, whose fantasy was the noble agrarian. The ...

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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

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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