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by | Mar 2, 2021

Welp, they’ve started canceling Dr. Seuss, and on his birthday, no less. And to think it could happen to Mulberry…

by | Mar 2, 2021

The Biden administration’s early rhetoric on China, unsurprisingly, mimics the Obama approach of engagement and competition. In a speech at…

by | Mar 2, 2021

Last week, the State Department filed a complaint against the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs for allegedly using anal swab…

by | Feb 26, 2021

“The West’s Two Faces,” editorial cartoon by Shaomin Li for The American Spectator, February 26, 2021.

by | Feb 22, 2021

As we await a pending World Health Organization (WHO) report into the origins of COVID-19, former Trump administration Deputy National…

by | Feb 19, 2021

Naomi Osaka beat Su-Wei Hsieh in the quarterfinals at the Australian Open because she overpowered her opponent with a game…

by | Feb 16, 2021

American universities are awash in foreign money, with at least $12 billion in gifts and contracts reported from 2013 through…

by | Feb 15, 2021

Winston Churchill, referring to countries unwilling to stand with the British and French empires to confront aggression, said this in…

by | Feb 15, 2021

New York Times foreign affairs columnist Thomas Friedman is what the late Paul Hollander called a “political pilgrim” — a…

by | Feb 15, 2021

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, tasked with carrying out Xi Jinping’s will in the once autonomous territory, must be…

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