USA File: Making America Great Again: Two strikes against, one hit for: President Trump softens post-election rhetoric on Red China, reaffirms Beijing’s One China Policy in phone call with PRC counterpart Xi Jinping, prof. at Renmin University of China: “Trump lost his first fight with Xi and he will be looked at as a paper tiger”; about-face on Taiwan’s status possibly prompted by fact US military excessively dependent on Red China’s global monopoly on rare earth metals; Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) to introduce bill to require US defense contractors to obtain rare earths produced in America, even under federal subsidy; Trump lets down Religious Right supporters by renewing Obama EO on LGBT anti-discrimination policies in federal government, evangelical VP Pence backs boss’ decision; daughter Ivanka, son-in-law Jared Kushner reportedly pro-gay, believed to have influenced Trump; radical social engineering remains key plank in American Left, New World Order agendas; Senate confirms Trump’s controversial nominee for Education Secretary in vote requiring Pence’s unprecedented tie-breaking intervention, billionaire Betsy DeVos supports educational choice, earns wrath of teachers’ unions; meanwhile Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY), Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) introduce one-sentence bill to abolish US Dept. of Education, created under Pres. Carter

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Extracting America from the grip of the Left and its globalist enablers is an enormous task. President Trump can’t do it all overnight. Deporting millions of illegal aliens, building the border wall with Mexico, and countering leftist propaganda in the fakestream media and among street-level agitators are only the first few steps in that direction.

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2 responses to “USA File: Making America Great Again: Two strikes against, one hit for: President Trump softens post-election rhetoric on Red China, reaffirms Beijing’s One China Policy in phone call with PRC counterpart Xi Jinping, prof. at Renmin University of China: “Trump lost his first fight with Xi and he will be looked at as a paper tiger”; about-face on Taiwan’s status possibly prompted by fact US military excessively dependent on Red China’s global monopoly on rare earth metals; Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) to introduce bill to require US defense contractors to obtain rare earths produced in America, even under federal subsidy; Trump lets down Religious Right supporters by renewing Obama EO on LGBT anti-discrimination policies in federal government, evangelical VP Pence backs boss’ decision; daughter Ivanka, son-in-law Jared Kushner reportedly pro-gay, believed to have influenced Trump; radical social engineering remains key plank in American Left, New World Order agendas; Senate confirms Trump’s controversial nominee for Education Secretary in vote requiring Pence’s unprecedented tie-breaking intervention, billionaire Betsy DeVos supports educational choice, earns wrath of teachers’ unions; meanwhile Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY), Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) introduce one-sentence bill to abolish US Dept. of Education, created under Pres. Carter

  1. mah29001 February 11, 2017 at 6:28 pm

    I think Trump has to soften his stance on the Red Chinese, he’s going to box them up later after he’s done with Mexico, NAFTA and the Pacific trade deal.

  2. mah29001 February 13, 2017 at 11:57 am

    How inconsistent is this? Leftist Salon.com is encouraging California to secede from the union, but at the same time they hate guns and also California outsources its energy to Republican dominated states like Utah.

    http://www.salon.com/2017/02/12/an-independent-california-is-not-that-wacky-of-an-idea/

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