Post Tagged with: "China"

Why We’re Losing the Trade War with China and the World

Why We’re Losing the Trade War with China and the World

In short, we’re losing the trade war. These global imbalances are redistributing wealth overseas, fueling the boom to bust cycle, making investments riskier, leading to less domestic growth, fewer jobs and creating a generation of Americans who are effectively poorer than their parents were.

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The Weakened Yuan

The Weakened Yuan

China’s 10-year experiment with a strong yuan is over. After years of world markets complaining about China’s devaluation policy of a low, fixed exchange rate against the dollar, the People’s Bank of China finally allowed the yuan to begin appreciating in 2005.

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Ted Cruz’ Most Excellent Day

Ted Cruz’ Most Excellent Day

Nov. 4, 2015, the day Ted Cruz took on sanctuary cities, Chinese oppression, Obama’s attempt to put a financial chokehold on gun shops, and the failure of the Obama Administration to prosecute the war on terror.

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What the Legacy of China’s One Child Policy Can Teach America

What the Legacy of China’s One Child Policy Can Teach America

Communist China’s one-child policy resulted in millions of abortions, higher suicide rates, and a demographic crisis. Most Americans probably believe that such a thing could never happen here, but they are wrong.

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Chinese Versus American Open Government

Chinese Versus American Open Government

For a demonstration on how words can sound great, but have no effect without action, read the platitudes given by President Obama regarding government transparency and the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The FOIA is designed to give citizens a window into the federal government’s inner workings.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 19, 2015

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 19, 2015

Some of the important bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today include taxes on wind farms, and a bill promoting a stronger relationship with the brutally repressive communist China. A number of other bills that were scheduled for yesterday have been held over to today.

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Japanese Coast Guard Cutters stand watch over the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands. While disputed by China, Japan currently controls the island chain and has fiercely chased vessels from China and Taiwan that have entered the waters without permission. (Photo credit: Al Jazeera)

Rumors of War

Despite the swirling tensions in the ever perilous Middle East and the current hostilities between Russia and the Ukraine, the real powder keg that could ignite a potential World War Three lies in the Far East as Japan and China fight over ownership of five uninhabited islands and three barren rocks.

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Entities to Join Gov. Daugaard on China Trip

Entities to Join Gov. Daugaard on China Trip

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that representatives from eleven entities have been selected to join him and other South Dakota state officials on a trade mission to China May 9-16, 2014.

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When The Cat’s Away, The Mice Will Play

When The Cat’s Away, The Mice Will Play

Step back. Take a look at the world today. It’s an unmitigated MESS! THis is what “leading from behind” has wrought. This is President Obama’s foreign policy: no foreign policy.

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SD Gov. Daugaard Heading Back to China

SD Gov. Daugaard Heading Back to China

This spring Gov. Dennis Daugaard will be making his way across the globe to visit Beijing and Shanghai on his third trade mission to China as governor. Once again, Gov. Daugaard is inviting South Dakota business leaders to join him.

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