China has tried to pull Europe away from America, but the strategy isn’t working. Turns out, Europeans have the same concerns as America over China’s behavior.
The New York Times publishes pro-Beijing perspective on Hong Kong protestors, just four months after Cotton’s op-ed calling for ‘law and order’ was deemed dangerous.
The Trump administration has disrupted international affairs, but that disruption has brought significant achievements.
Bowing to Communist China, Disney has transformed the central message of ‘Mulan’ from one of self-determination to an unwavering loyalty to the state.
How many billionaires are willing to risk their lives and fortune to fight for freedom and democracy? In Hong Kong, there is at least one.
Pro-democracy Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai, who was arrested by Chinese authorities this week, said he doesn’t believe he will be extradited to China.
The NBA routinely fails to stand up for freedom, so don’t expect LeBron James to tweet about Agnes Chow’s arrest or push for ‘StandwithHK’ on NBA jerseys.
Unlike what the American media and Marxists would have you believe, the CCP’s brand of left-wing authoritarianism remains the greatest threat to the world.
American studios are not only cutting content that displeases the CCP, but actively inserting propaganda at the behest of the Chinese government.
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.
As Beijing’s financial backbone, the loss of too many Hong Kongers to destinations throughout the nations of the British Commonwealth would be a huge loss to China.
“If you vote for Donald Trump, you are a racist. You have no wiggle room,” tweeted Jemelle Hill, a contributor at Disney’s ESPN.
After Sen. Ted Cruz challenged him to call out the human rights abuses of the CCP, Cuban insisted he wouldn’t involve himself in another country’s “domestic policies.”
The freedom-lovers of Hong Kong deserve our support. The United States should explore every available avenue and make every feasible effort to lend it.
Creative and motivated Hong Kongers can flourish anywhere. But now it’s time for them to save and grow their strength in order to fight another day.
“I don’t want an apology. I want ESPN to ask the NBA why they won’t let players stand up for America and be able to criticize China’s actions,” said Hawley.
Parallels abound as Hong Kong fails to fend off a cultural revolution led by China, while the United States struggles from its own.
The Chinese Communist Party ‘fears sunlight. It fears the truth. … Tyranny thrives in darkness,’ said Sen. Ted Cruz in an interview.
As pro-democracy advocates flee their homes, Xi Jinping’s authoritarian grip crushes the once-autonomous city tighter than ever.
It is clear the CCP does not seek to make China a regional power, but rather a global one. It’s time for the U.S. and our allies to take action.
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