Adam Smith would approve of Trump's tariffs

Curtis Ellis quotes 'father of free markets' in defending move on China

When China reverted to form and reneged on the commitments it made in four months of commercial negotiations with the U.S., President Trump said “No more!”

He took his finger off the pause the button, and the tax increase on Chinese imports that had been scheduled for Jan. 1 and twice postponed went into effect.

WND: Deep State vs Deep Space


President Trump has stated the mission clearly:

“It is not enough to have an American presence in space, we must have American dominance in space.”

He follows in the footsteps of previous presidents who looked over the horizon and set a course for America. Alexander Hamilton saw his infant agrarian nation as a manufacturing giant. Thomas Jefferson saw beyond the Mississippi and began our journey to the Pacific.

John Kennedy looked up and put the United States on the moon.

Huawei threat is hiding in plain sight

Sean Spicer: Huawei, the Threat that Is Hiding in Plain Sight Last week, President Trump signed an executive order effectively barring Chinese telecom giant Huawei from doing business in the United States.

The executive order bans American telecommunications firms from installing foreign-made equipment that could pose a threat to national security.

If this is like most days, the news cycle will not permit the president’s order to get the attention it deserves.  

That’s unfortunate, because the scope and importance of this issue cannot be overstated.

Memorial Day Puts Conflict With China in Perspective


On Memorial Day, America pays respect to the brave men and women who gave their lives so that our nation may live.

On June 6, we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. President Trump will travel to the beaches of Normandy where more than 9,000 Allied soldiers died or were wounded in the military operation that would be a turning point in the Second World War.

These events put our current conflict with China in perspective.

What the media won't tell you about Trump and China


WHAT MEDIA WON'T TELL YOU ABOUT TRUMP AND CHINA Curtis Ellis cites 7 examples of Beijing's predatory practices

When President Donald J. Trump announced the U.S. would impose a 25 percent border tax on Chinese imports, he fulfilled the promise he made to the American people to put America First.

His action shows we have a president who is standing up for the working men and women of America, not the business interests of a small slice of the corporate sector.

When It Comes to China, Sleepy Joe Biden Is Still Snoozing

by Curtis Ellis  

History will record our China policy as a bigger disaster than the second Iraq war: The number of Americans killed by overdoses of Chinese fentanyl and other drugs in just one year – 70,000 – far outstrips all deaths from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars combined. 

Chinese communist subsidies and predatory trade practices have destroyed millions of jobs and thousands of communities across our country. 


Curtis Ellis on how Big Insurance helped 'plan its own suicide' via Obamacare

There is an agenda behind every word and every policy that emerges from Washington, and it’s usually not the one politicians are saying.

Let’s take Medicare for All and its precursor, Obamacare.

Supporters say Obamacare has made health care affordable for millions.

Its critics point to rising premiums and sky-high deductibles that render many Obamacare policies all but useless.

So who exactly is benefiting from Obamacare?

To find the answer, it’s helpful to follow the money.

The Clinton Trap

Trump hung NAFTA around Hillary Clinton’s neck. Biden voted for NAFTA and TPP. We’ll soon see if the Democrats have learned anything.


By Curtis Ellis


In a crowded field of Democratic presidential hopefuls, former Vice President Joe Biden’s unique selling point is he ostensibly connects with white, working class voters.

A plan to destroy another American industry

Curtis Ellis asks, do we really want our meds coming from Third World?

We started importing auto parts from Mexico and China, and the American automotive industry collapsed.

Ask anyone living in Flint, Michigan, once known as Buick City, if that was good for them.

We started importing textiles from Asia, Central and South America, and the American textile industry collapsed.

Ask the folks in Kannapolis, North Carolina, former home of Cannon Mills, or Fort Payne, Alabama, once the “sock capital of the world,” how that worked out.


Curtis Ellis applauds return of jobs, industry under current administration

During the campaign, Donald J. Trump was dubbed the blue-collar billionaire.

Now, President Donald J. Trump is the blue-collar president.

It makes sense. As a builder, he worked alongside steelworkers, bricklayers and laborers who made the Trump Towers rise. He forged an unbreakable bond with them, the bond that comes from pulling together to get a big job done.