Helen Raleigh is a senior contributor to The Federalist. An immigrant from China, she is the owner of Red Meadow Advisors, LLC, a Colorado Registered Investment Advisory Firm, and an immigration policy fellow at the Centennial Institute in Colorado.
She is the author of several books, including “Confucius Never Said” and “The Broken Welcome Mat.” Her writings have also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, The Denver Post, and Townhall.com. Follow Helen on Twitter @HRaleighspeaks, or check out her website: helenraleighspeaks.com.
Rather than acknowledging they were wrong and having the grace to celebrate the Trump administration’s historical breakthrough, leftist pundits are busy trashing these agreements as ‘no big deal.’
By murdering Navid Afkari in secret, the Iranian regime reminds us it’s both a threat to peace as well as the life and happiness of the Iranian people.
Bowing to Communist China, Disney has transformed the central message of ‘Mulan’ from one of self-determination to an unwavering loyalty to the state.
The longer children remain at home, the more likely working moms must quit their jobs for childcare, setting back careers and financial wellbeing for years.
Tibetan Tsering Woeser has bravely published a new book of photographs, ‘Forbidden Memory,’ that provides essential historical documentation of Chinese oppression in Tibet during the Cultural Revolution.
With the news that many Ivy League schools are increasing tuition despite only offering online classes, there is never a better time than now to just say ‘no.’
For decades, Communist China has cunningly exerted its influence, spread its propaganda, and conducted espionage on college campuses across America.
If President Trump is reelected this November, the world may indeed witness a few more peace agreements out of the Middle East.
Considering all the data privacy, security, and geopolitical concerns, banning WeChat is the right move. Such a ban, however, doesn’t come without costs.
Drive long enough on the highways of Denver, Colorado and you’ll likely see a man named Jeff. He’ll be waving his American flag — as he has for four years.
President Trump announced his vow to ban the popular Chinese-owned app TikTok from the United States. It’s the right policy move — and it’s long overdue.
The United States finally has an administration willing to secure America’s freedom from the Chinese Communist Party — whatever it takes.
It’s always ominous when a diplomatic mission destroys documents. Whatever the reason behind China’s frantic purge at its Houston consulate, it isn’t good.
Last week, the Chinese Communist Party and some of its members were bombarded by a barrage of nearly daily criticism and sanctions. It will get worse.
The United States has finally taken on a tougher and more directly confrontational approach to curbing China’s growing ambitions in the South China Sea.
Once a fringe idea, ‘Defund the Police’ is now a ‘mainstream’ policy position many leftist politicians have endorsed since the death of George Floyd. But it’s backfiring.
If colleges want to continue to attract international students to remain financially sound, there is only one thing to do — reopen this fall.
As Elizabeth Reiter was carried on to the ambulance, she waved to her husband and her two boys. They never imagined that it would be for the last time.
On the 70-year anniversary of the Korean War, neither the United States nor South Korea has identified a viable solution for the constant threat North Korea poses to the rest of the world.
A Chinese woman’s online diary of the struggle to survive in the epicenter of a global pandemic reveals the horror and dishonesty of communist Chinese authorities.
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