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THE TOP STORIES: The U.S. and China in a heated battle of free trade, tariffs and global superiority. | House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler says the U.S. is currently facing a “constitutional crisis” after the panel voted to hold AG Barr in contempt of Congress. | North Korea launches Short-Range Missiles, flexing muscle for political gain or jockey for position? | Former Secretary of State John Kerry put himself on the international stage unofficially negotiating and presenting positions of US policy, is this a violation of the Logan Act and should he be prosecuted? | The latest call to break up Facebook comes from Co-founder and friend of Zuckerberg “Mark’s power is unprecedented and un-American,” writes Chris Hughes. Michael Johns is the National Co-founder and leader of the Tea Party Movement. A former White House speechwriter and a Policy Analyst with The Heritage Foundation. Dennis Santiago is an American Strategist, Philosopher and Patriot, his subject matter expertise includes strategic warfare, asymmetric warfare, arms control and global stability.
Science or Preservation of Human Species? How many times have you heard “don’t worry science and technology will save the world”? Now the conversation is that unless governments change policy we are all doomed from using fossil fuels and polluting the atmosphere, global warming will results in millions dying and some go as far to say that civilization will end in 12 years. Can science and technology save the world or are we doomed to the extinction of the human species on our planet? Jay Lehr, Ph.D. is Senior Policy Analyst with the International Climate Science Coalition and former Science Director of The Heartland Institute. Tom Harris is executive director of the Ottawa, Canada-based International Climate Science Coalition.
CHINA – Is this a fight on who defines the 21st Century? Is China an existential threat to the United States or can coexistence be a reality? Does China’s growing dominance in science and technology better equip them for the 21st century? What is the reason our political parties cannot come together and face global threats, is it because of short-term thinking, bias of establishment politics, or basically greed of politicians, both career and financial rewards for themselves? Ava Armstrong is a political commentator, radio personality and an author. Dennis Santiago is an American strategist, philosopher and patriot. Michael Johns is the National Co-founder and leader of the Tea Party Movement.
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