News from the Front
News from the Front, will show that resurgent militant Islam and its allies in rogue state capitals, from Caracas to Pyongyang, are now waging a worldwide jihad against the West, planning attacks in the Philippines, North Africa, in the Muslim enclaves of France, Britain, Sweden, the “no go zones” where European police fear to go, and in the suburbs of Washington DC where Imams openly preach hatred of America. As Catherine Herridge points out in her book, The Next Wave, law enforcement agencies are interdicting a new terrorist plot inside the US, on average, once every two weeks. Since 9/11, Muslims have launched 20,000 attacks worldwide. They indiscriminately kill the infidel and secular Muslims alike. Their mission is to intimidate, destabilize and ultimately impose fundamentalist Islam upon the non-Muslim world.
As the world watches with increasing apprehension the stand-off between North Korea and the US, wondering if it might be the new Cuban Missile Crisis, it is important to note that at the heart of most wars are economic forces. Recently Trump met President Xi of China and reportedly told him that he would be open to fashioning a trade deal that was more favorable to China, (and presumably less favorable to the US), if he would help us with his client, North Korea.
This negotiation was the exact opposite of what Trump promised in his campaign. He was going to bring the Chinese currency manipulator to heel. Now, given the North Korean crisis, everything has changed. Trump may have to even forget about his reduction of corporate tax rates, from 35% to 15%. Why? Because this will not only cause American manufacturers but also Chinese manufactures to leave China for the low-tax shores of the US. Chinese windshield maker, Fuyao Glass, last October opened a $600 million factory in Dayton Ohio and plans to open others in Illinois and Michigan, creating 4,500 jobs.
If Trump is able to reduce America’s highest-in-the-Western-world’s tax rate from 35% to 15%, it threatens to touch off “tax war” with China. It cannot afford to see vast amounts of its financial and human capital flow out to the US. China’s tax rate on corporate profits is 25%. The Communist dictatorship imposes a 17% value added tax and an unknown yet surely hefty cost of bribes paid to Communist officials. In an utter rebuke to American Democratic officials who deny recent American economic history, eighteen months ago President Xi launched his “supply-side reform” aimed at cutting taxation and regulation…exactly what Kennedy, Reagan and Trump proposed.
Yet the problem of North Korea setting off a nuclear war weighs heavily […]
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