Curtis Ellis slams special interests taking advantage of trade loopholes


President Trump has ended the policy of unilateral disarmament as China steals American trade secrets and dumps its products at below-market prices.

Curtis Ellis sees progressives creating 'the domestic version of an oil embargo'

How far will the left go in its quest to stop President Trump and his agenda to Make America Great Again?


The Radical Roots of Democratic Party Dogma

By Curtis Ellis| October 10th, 2018


Curtis Ellis slams pre-existing fraud of so-called non-profit advocate group

Washington operatives like to pose as selfless advocates defending the public against the greedy.

Upon closer examination you find these virtuous self-proclaimed selfless tribunes of the people are in it for the money every bit as much as those they righteously denounce.


By Curtis Ellis

This week we saw President Donald J. Trump become the greatest defender of free trade in our nation’s history.

At the beginning of the week, the president announced the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to replace the disastrous North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA.

This assures his re-election two years from now.


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Beijing is  'the largest state sponsor of illegal fishing'

America’s national security is dependent on our economic strength. This is a precept of the Trump administration’s National Security Strategy.

America’s economy is under attack from Chinese economic aggression – and so is America’s territory.


America First Policies senior policy adviser Curtis Ellis, The Weekly Standard deputy managing editor Kelly Jane Torrance, Independent Women’s Forum policy director Hadley Heath Manning and CivicForumPAC Chairman Ford O’Connell on whether President Trump trade deal with Canada and Mexico is a template for future deals.


Curtis Ellis discussing the US - Mexico - Canada Trade Agreement


By Curtis Ellis

Past administrations have called out China for violating the internationally agreed-upon rules of trade for decades.

After countless high-level talks, admonitions and appeals, China did nothing to change its cheating ways.


By Curtis Ellis

Curtis Ellis notes how market forces triumphed over government mandates

A funny thing happened on the way to the gas pump.

Consumers want cheaper fuel and bought as much of it as they could without Washington telling them they had to.