Expect the blizzard of lies blowing out of Washington to reach whiteout proportions in the coming weeks. When President Obama announced in the State of the Union that he would ask Congress to give him  fast track trade promotion authority, he fired the starting gun in the race to hoodwink the American people and their elected representatives.  


President Obama said "We cannot have a society in which some dictator someplace can start imposing censorship here in the United States."

Well, I don't know how to break it to him, but the Chinese communists have been doing it for years.



It appears GOP leaders in Congress are ready to take the very people who have given them the majority and throw them under the bus. Obamatrade is deeply unpopular with the American people, and even more unpopular with conservatives and the other voters Republican rely on to win elections. But Sen. McConnell says passing Obamatrade is his top priority when he takes charge in the Senate.


Our $471 billion deficit in the balance of trade costs the U.S. economy 4,239,000 jobs.  As offshoring jobs continues, the economists blame the lagging economy on the Great Recession.  The recession has been over five years.  The economy lags not because of the consumption or a lack of confidence in the economy.  It’s lack of money – offshoring payrolls. By Former U.S. Senator Ernest F. Hollings


In the U.S. Apple creative efforts are limited to engineering, marketing, retail and tax avoidance. What should have been a million middle class U.S. manufacturing jobs were transferred to China's squalid system of indentured servitude. It's time we started thinking about our economic and geopolitical futures when we design the technology of the world's future. by guest blogger Greg Autry


The Boeing Company has long been in Japan’s crosshairs. In what amounts to one of the most outrageous sellouts in modern business history, Boeing is consciously cooperating in its own demise. Swayed by stock options, top U.S. aerospace executives are increasingly prioritizing short-term profits over the long-term health of their industry. By guest blogger Eamonn Fingleton.


A new study confirms what working people have long known: Imports from China are responsible for the loss of over 2 million jobs between 1999 and 2011.

What's even more shocking is that Washington knew this was happening all along.


Wall Street, the Big Banks and Corporate America pay the President and both parties in Congress to do nothing to disturb the flow of offshore profits; to do nothing to build and protect the economy; to have the nation not compete in globalization.  - guest blogger former U.S. Senator Ernest F. Holllings


I'm worried about the country’s economy. Wall Street, which includes the Big Banks and Corporate America,  could care less about the economy of the U.S.  It cares about the economy of China.  Wall Street wants to keep the China profits flowing, to keep the market up. - from guest blogger Sen. Ernest 'Fritz' Hollings (retired, South Carolina)


Congress is back home in August - your opportunity to let them know we oppose the globalist agenda of open borders and "fast track" powers for the President to bypass Congress.  Here is a list of public events where you can find the Congresscritter in your neighborhood.