Curtis Ellis on Beijing's status as 'world's largest provider of export subsidies'

Classical Chinese military strategy says the best general wins the war without engaging troops on the battlefield.

This informs Beijing’s economic aggression against the U.S. – bankrupting America’s industries will cripple the U.S. militarily without firing a shot.


American officials are in Beijing for the latest round of negotiations over Red China’s trade war against the United States.


By Curtis Ellis

Traveling in India, I find many of the same issues that occupy our chattering classes in America — abortion, church and state battles, the homeless — are also part of the national conversation of the world’s largest democracy, albeit with an Indian accent.


By Curtis Ellis

President's plan will heighten transparency, lessen impact of 'middlemen'


Curtis Ellis notes 2 contests for world championship involve Astroturf

Billions will be watching two contests in which rival teams vie to be world champions. Both contests involve Astroturf.


By Curtis Ellis

The Democrats are feeling their oats after taking over the House.

Now that they’re in charge, no policy proposal is too radical or crackpot for the resurgent Democrats to peddle it as the Magic Elixir Tonic to cure all ills.


By Curtis Ellis

The party now favors globalist giants over 'the little guy'


If Rip Van Winkle woke up today, he’d be shocked by the role reversal our political parties have undergone.

President Trump supports labor unions while Democrats betray the very people who built their party.


Curtis Ellis, senior policy advisor with America First Policies and former Trump Campaign trade and jobs adviser, on the Trump administration's trade negotiations with China. Would potential lifting of tariffs be considered a sign of weakness by China?


By Curtis Ellis

Looking back, we see 2018 was the year out-of-work Americans found a job and working Americans got a raise.

It was the year companies decided they didn’t have to abandon the U.S. to be competitive; they could invest in research and development and could re-shore jobs some had said would never come back.