Helen Raleigh, CFA, is an American entrepreneur, writer, and speaker. She’s a senior contributor at The Federalist. Her writings appear in other national media, including The Wall Street Journal and Fox News. Helen is the author of several books, including “Confucius Never Said” and “Backlash: How Communist China’s Aggression Has Backfired.” Follow her on Parler and Twitter: @HRaleighspeaks.
Rather than dismissing billionaires’ space adventures, we should celebrate their risk-taking endeavors and be inspired to take risks in our lives.
Teachers’ unions prevent low-income parents from having the same choices as well-to-do parents, which is the true systemic problem in our education system.
What happened to Tesla China should serve as a warning for other American businesses addicted to the size and the potential of the Chinese market.
Barbara Demick’s book, ‘Eat the Buddha: Life and Death in a Tibetan Town,’ provides yet more evidence that the Chinese Communist Party is an oppressive evil that must be confronted.
Our military leaders should focus on fighting external threats at this crucial historical juncture, not fighting a domestic culture war.
Given the ongoing human rights abuses by Beijing and the rising risks of doing business, can foreign companies continue to justify operating in China?
Americans must hope enough members of Congress will see the G-7 agreement on taxation is bad for U.S. sovereignty, the nation’s businesses, and taxpayers.
Western universities face the same problem: how to engage in a free exchange of ideas with China while keeping the CCP’s covert political influence at bay?
Though thousands of miles from Washington, D.C., China’s actions against Bhutan carry significant implications the United States can’t afford to ignore.
President Biden talks about reasserting America’s values on the world stage. As evidence of the CCP’s genocide against Uyghurs mounts, he needs to act now.
As inflation in the United States is likely to worsen, millions of American families will have to continue penny-pinching for the foreseeable future.
Until reality sinks in, American workers and their families will continue to pay a steep price for the predictable errors of the Democratic Party.
The Anti-Asian Hate Crime legislation may make senators feel good about themselves, but it won’t do much to address the real concerns of Asian Americans.
Since inflation is a process and not an end-state, it never seems too bad at the start. Unfortunately, Americans should prepare to buckle up for the future.
From the start, the CCP’s history was written in blood — from purges and power struggles to policies that inflicted immense suffering on China’s people.
If woke CEOs think political activism shields their corporations and their privileged lives from future attacks from woke mobs, they couldn’t be more wrong.
Democrats who claim to stand with the Asian American community against hate crimes are the same ones who will vote to endanger victims.
The greatest threat the digital yuan poses to the United States is that it endangers the international financial system America has led since World War II.
China’s hostage diplomacy and the trials of Kovrig and Spavor are the latest proof an emboldened CCP is willing to endanger the citizens of other countries.
Biden’s China policy amounts to promising to ‘work with allies,’ but the American people deserve to know exactly what was accomplished by his administration at the Alaska summit.
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