Leading California anti-amnesty group defends One Child Policy
Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) likes to portray itself as a conservative group. They run ads against Amnesty, and went hard after Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) 56%. Like FAIR and NumbersUSA, they want to dupe the American right into thinking they are an ally. But they aren’t. They have more in common with Chinese Communist hardliners than American conservatives.
Under Obama Espionage Becomes a Misdemeanor
Two years ago, a Chinese national named Bo Jiang was allowed access to NASA facilities as part of a special program. One of the conditions of that access was supposed to be that he was not allowed access to classified or non-export information or technology. As it turned out, he was allowed free rein to everything. In fact, they allowed him to make copy of | Read More »
Can We Believe China’s GDP Number?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss China’s GDP, and McDonald’s real estate holdings, then Dennis Greene talks NFL and Kevin Burgess updates us on the Chicago Cubs.
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Hillary Clinton’s TPP Flip Flop
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss a new international cyberweapons deal, then Scott Lincicome talks about Hillary Clinton’s TPP flip flop, and Genevieve Wood talks about her interview with John Bolton.
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Red China is building a dissident scoring system. Here’s why that matters.
The People’s Republic of China is instituting a new Communist correctness credit score. The score will be tied to people’s government identification cards. While this is a government program, two private companies will be running the system: Tencent and Alibaba. This public-private partnership of tyranny is important, because we need to watch both how US Democrats react to it, as well as how Wall Street | Read More »
Apple submits to Chinese state censorship.
I guess that it doesn’t matter if information wants to be free, or not. If your major source for manufacturing iPads has an issue, then that’s the end of the matter.
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Barack Obama is a Moral Coward and Fluffer of Totalitarians
President Obama has decided to greet Pope Francis with transgendered activists, the first gay Episcopal Bishop who is now already divorced, and activist Catholic nuns. The Vatican is not happy about it and is pushing back. On the eve of Pope Francis’s arrival in the U.S., the Vatican has taken offense at the Obama administration’s decision to invite to the pope’s welcome ceremony transgender activists, | Read More »
Rick Perry on Policing, the Economy, and Celebrity Leaders
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Governor Rick Perry to discuss the struggle between police and their communities, his economic record in Texas and why celebrities aren’t always the best leaders. Then an update on the ruling against the NFL in Deflategate, and Jim Carafano from the Heritage Foundation discusses North Korea and China’s military.
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How Will China’s Devaluing of Yuan Impact the Fed?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss China’s devaluing of the Yuan and what it means for Asia, then Josh Zerkle discusses Deflategate and NFL Punchout, and finally Mytheos Holt talks about story v. gameplay in video games.
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The World On Fire – the Obama National Security Legacy
The Center for Security Policy, premiered its new video, “World on Fire – The Obama National Security Legacy,” during the opening night oh the Red State Gathering ’15 in Atlanta. As they put it, “It’s a powerful look at the dismal failures of the past six years.” The video begins with a clip from then Sen. and presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama’s July 15, 2008, | Read More »
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, Center for Security Policy
, Chuck Schumer
, Islamic State
, North Korea
, Red State Gathering
The Wolf Gets Closer To Our Door – Canada Edition
Coming Soon To A Flag Near You…. The rattling sound of falling economic dominoes grows closer to home with each passing day. When it was Greece and Venezuela, we shrugged like the good Cynical Realists we increasingly become with each passing day. “Give it up Jake, it’s Athens/Caracas/Chinatown.” Then it was Puerto Rico. At this point even, the deniable still existed. | Read More »
, Economic Decline
, Ongoing Keynesian Fail
, Puerto Rico
, Rhode Island
The Collapse of China’s Stock Market and a Frozen NYSE
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the NYSE’s halted trading on Wednesday, if a hack took it down and why China’s crashing stock market is the biggest story no one is talking about.
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Tech at Night: …. but NSA gathering public information was the REAL threat
On a multi-user computer system, different user accounts have different permissions. In most Unix-based systems, there is a special account besides. Account zero, the ‘root’ user, bypasses all permissions checks. The Chinese attackers had root access to Office of Personnel Management servers. But NSA was the real threat ah, Rand Paul?
The OPM Hack is Just Awful
So, if you’ve paid attention, amid all the noise about Donald Trump and Rachel Dolezal, there was this little thing called the hack of the Office of Personnel Management. It was a hack allegedly by Chinese government operatives, and they have gotten just about everything you could imagine with regard to personal information on a huge chunk of American citizens, among others. It’s the type | Read More »
The Chinese Riposte To Ecocide In The USSR
“To see older people suffering from lung cancer is not strange,” he said. “But for a girl who is only 14-years-old, it is very awful.” – A Chinese Physician People who are lost in the Late 20th Century continue to argue over whether Capitalism or Socialism would be better for the Earth’s environment. Christine Figueres, the UN Climate Chief, laments the fact that American Democracy | Read More »