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It's Never Just  "the Economy, Stupid"

President, The Claremont Institute

WE ARE OFTEN told that we possess the most powerful military in the world and that we will face no serious threat for some time to come. We are comforted with three reassurances aimed at deflecting any serious discussion of national security: (1) that Islam is a religion of peace; (2) that we will never go to war with China because our economic interests are intertwined; and (3) that America won the Cold War and Russia is no longer our enemy. But these reassurances are myths, propagated on the right and left alike. We believe them at our peril, because serious threats are already upon us.

Phyllis SchlaflyReevaluating "Free Trade" with China

President, Eagle Forum

THE VOTERS who elected the new Congress expect it to cast off unconstitutional and discredited policies such as Keynesian big-spending and judicial grabbing of legislative prerogatives. We also hope Congress will shake itself loose from the dishonest, anti-American trade policies of other countries, especially Communist China.

China in the Chips
Is a corresponding decline of the United States inevitable?


NEW YORK TIMES, today, announced that a Chinese research center has built the world's fastest super-computer, giving China "bragging rights as a technology superpower."

That's a notable achievement any way you slice it, but to keep it in some perspective, China's new warp-speed Tianhe-1A computer, which has military as well as commercial applications (and implications), was built with computer chips made by U.S. companies.

More importantly, although not mentioned in the Times article, just as China's rapid rise as an economic power has been possible only because of U.S. consumerism, China's rapid progress in computer technology has been possible only because of technology transfers from the United States.


CHINA WATCH:

China Military Expects War with United States

SEEING the United States as an obstacle to China's rise as an Asian power, Chinese military strategists and government officials in Beijing perceive the United States as Enemy No. 1 and fully expect to go to war with the U.S. within ten years.

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