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National Security: As the media praised the president for sending two B-52s through disputed air space claimed by China, the administration instructed U.S. airlines to get approval as demanded from the Chinese government.
After China declared an Air Defense Identification Zone…Continue
Maritime Grab: Iran isn't the only nuclear threat to worry about. As its military and economy have grown, so too have China's dreams of dominating an island chain centered on Taiwan and including Japan's Senkakus.
China's increased belligerence in the region is part of its plan to control the…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on November 25, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Military Superiority: As China does its own Pacific pivot, a new report reveals that Beijing's strategic bomber is equipped with a land-attack nuclear missile and an armed drone nearly identical…Continue
Global Power: Moscow launches four ICBMs in a large-scale nuclear drill as Chinese state media, brandishing detailed maps, show how Beijing's nuclear submarines can attack U.S. cities. We press "reset," they press "launch."
In March 2009, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton…Continue
IN FACE OF SHUTDOWN, FOREIGN AID CONTINUES
WASHINGTON — The federal government may have ground to a halt because of the budget standoff in Washington, but at least one part of the government continues to operate as usual: foreign aid agencies.
Look at the motives of the players and the geography to understand what is happening.
Iran and Russia are Communist China's "gas stations." China needs portable energy it does not have at home. The last thing they need is a full-scale Middle East war that blocks their supply of portable fuel. Also, they trust Russia with one eye open and know from history that Russia is not above price gouging whenever they can get away with it. Ergo, China votes…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on September 9, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Defense: Beijing tests a mobile missile capable of hitting the continental U.S. and prepares to deploy ballistic missile submarines that can do the same, while our commander-in-chief slashes our missile defenses.
In a speech before the Space and Missile Defense Symposium in…Continue
The Obama Amateur Hour Administration continues chasing its tail to catch Edward Snowden, alleged leaker of the National Security Agency's (NSA) national security secrets, so Obama finally declared, probably in frustration, that he had more important things to do than be concerned with a 29-year-old hacker. Really?
Well, yeah, Mr. Prez-Boy, we "feel your pain" and understand your efforts to downplay this whole thing, but the guy did reveal a HUGE national security "secret" and that's…Continue
Added by Charles (Chuck) Fowler on July 14, 2013 at 4:31pm — No Comments
While our electricity prices necessarily skyrocket under the weight of the administration's regulatory assault in fossil fuels, the world's largest carbon emitter will spew even more, preferring economic growth over climate change hype.
President Obama's expansion of his war on coal to include…Continue
Hegemony: Chinese President Xi Jinping begins an Americas tour as tensions rise in Asia, Chinese hackers steal our secrets and the administration invites Beijing's growing navy to participate in exercises off Hawaii.
Xi Jinping arrived Friday for a two-day summit with President Obama as…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on June 8, 2013 at 4:28pm — No Comments
Cyberwar: Chinese hackers have obtained the designs for more than two dozen major U.S. weapon systems, including the Navy's missile defense system and our latest fighter. Our very national survival may soon be at risk.
When President Barack Obama meets with Chinese President…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on May 30, 2013 at 12:38pm — No Comments
Asian Security: As Korea festers, our friends in Beijing have deployed near Taiwan a powerful missile designed to take out U.S. aircraft carriers as Beijing strengthens its ability to prevent U.S. forces from aiding Taiwan.
When North Korea announced the 1953 Armistice was considered…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on April 23, 2013 at 2:42pm — No Comments
National Security: Our secretary of state tells the Chinese we'll restrain missile defense activities in Asia in exchange for their help in reducing the threat of a nuclear North Korea. Isn't this where we came in?
In a news conference after meetings with China's top leaders on…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on April 15, 2013 at 9:14pm — No Comments
A jaw-dropping revelation came to light in December 2011 by the Trib Total Media, yet it was ignored by the media and even missed by those of us watching the solar world unfold.
China's major solar…Continue
Added by Christine Lakatos on April 14, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Cyberwar: A cybersecurity firm reports a secretive Chinese military unit is behind many recent "hack attacks" into U.S. computers, stealing trade and military secrets and developing a potentially crippling new weapon.
In a 2009 editorial we noted that units of China's armed forces, whom…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on February 21, 2013 at 8:15pm — No Comments
Oil And Politics: Beijing plays the debt card as the Obama administration quietly lets China acquire major ownership interests in oil and natural gas resources across the U.S. at the same time it blocks the Keystone pipeline.
Normally, foreign investment in the U.S. is to be welcomed. It…Continue
Added by Daniel John Sobieski on February 1, 2013 at 11:47am — No Comments
A Chinese auto company having just won the auction for bankrupt A123 Systems, one of Barack Obama’s car battery darlings that received a $249 million grant from the Obama government further illustrates why the White House playing capital investor with taxpayer funds investor is a very bad idea.
When Obama took office in January 2009, five million “green” jobs were promised, yet nowhere near that number have been created. The companies Obama invests in keep failing because Americans do…Continue
Added by Kathryn McEwen on December 11, 2012 at 2:15am — No Comments
I remember an old Hagar cartoon. He was sitting at a tavern table with a mug of beer and his Viking helmet. The caption went something like this. “Friends may come and go, but a good enemy can last a lifetime.”
What is China’s mindset toward other nations? Consider the following:
Added by Roger O'Daniel on November 30, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments