How Wall Street Betrays Itself and America in China

How Wall Street Betrays Itself and America in China

Wall Street runs its financial operations using time-honored processes based on data and statistics. Such data is needed to ensure investor interests are not jeopardized. The standards are rigid and necessary in a dog-eat-dog world where people take advantage of others. Generally, there are no exceptions to such procedures. The government and Wall Street insist … Read more

The Disastrous Kissinger Era Comes to an End

The Disastrous Kissinger Era Comes to an End

On November 28, 2023, Henry Kissinger died at 100. The former secretary of state advised ten presidents and participated in countless international forums. Until the end, he visited with foreign statesmen and wrote op-eds in major media. Few were the honors he did not receive. All doors were open to him. His death signals more … Read more

One Man’s Story of How Cuba Hasn’t Changed

One Man’s Story of How Cuba Hasn’t Changed

In the summer of 2021, vast numbers of Cuban citizens rose in protest against the nation’s communist regime. They hoped that international public opinion would take notice of their loud cries for freedom and deliver them to help remove the yoke of communist slavery. Sadly, those hopes and protests fell upon deaf ears. Protesting in … Read more

How China After Mao Consistently Moved to More Socialism, Not Less

How China After Mao Consistently Moved to More Socialism, Not Less

The book China After Mao: The Rise of a Superpower is a behind-the-scenes chronicle of China’s rise to world power. Award-winning Dutch author Frank Dikötter is a China expert who bases his research on access to government documents and what he witnessed. His story is compelling because he has no agenda beyond trying to explain … Read more

Pope Francis Calls Cuba a Symbol—of What?

Pope Francis Calls Cuba a Symbol—of What?

Cuba was recently mentioned during a July 12 interview Pope Francis gave to Televisa Univision’s ViX streaming service. His remarks cannot help but cause consternation to those suffering in this communist island prison. “I love the Cuban people very much,” Francis said. “I also confess that I maintain a human relationship with Raúl Castro.” His … Read more

The Impossible Statistics of the COVID Crisis in China

The Impossible Statistics of the COVID Crisis in China

As the latest wave of COVID cases surges in the West, all is quiet in the East. It has always been quiet. Millions have died from the coronavirus epidemic as it sweeps the world. However, few consider it strange that the nation where the virus first appeared amid an entirely unprotected public of 1.3 billion … Read more

Four Things America Can Do Right Now to Help Free Cuba

Four Things America Can Do Right Now to Help Free Cuba

Throughout the summer of 2021, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) worked to focus the world’s attention on Cuba. Its petition for Cuba’s freedom grew in intensity in the wake of the protests across Cuba on July 11-12, the most massive unrest in decades. The Cuban government responded by … Read more

Who Was Cesar Chavez and Why Is He in the Oval Office?

On a table in the Oval Office, President Joe Biden keeps framed pictures and busts of those who served as inspiration throughout his long political career. One bust features Cesar Chavez, a distant figure from the sixties. He seems disconnected from the present world. However, such a conclusion is a great mistake. Who was Cesar … Read more