It’s not just the freedom of information Starlink may provide to the kept masses of the Chinese Communist party, but the potential Pentagon use of the satellites as a deterrent to Chinese ballistic missiles.
President Biden appoints Nina Jankowicz to head up the new Disinformation Governance Board within the Department of Homeland Security, raising comparisons with George Orwell’s “Ministry of Truth” in 1984.
Can Xi Jinping’s government — or Communism itself — endure this dystopian nightmare?
Wait until you hear how the Chinese censored version of ‘Fight Club’ climaxes.
So locked down they can’t buy groceries without a negative coronavirus test, and then only weekly, China provides a cautionary tale to government officials who imagine there’s no COVID.
Should you fear a new Cold War as the Communist Chinese ramp up for a nuclear decapitation first-strike capability that would neuter U.S. response ability?
While the Progressive-powered mainstream media pushes the narrative that China is the future, Bill Whittle says it’s just not true.
Progressive mind tricks brainwash U.S. to think communist China is a mighty empire, but behind the scenes skyscrapers crumble, food gets made from poison, and even a majestic aircraft carrier proves to be a floating Potemkin Village.
Hunter Biden’s artistic talents entangle him (and therefore his Dad) in international intrigue once again.
Sen. Tom Cotton studies the fighting posture of the U.S. Navy and what he finds should leave you with a sinking feeling.
Bill Whittle and Zo Rachel endure ambush journalism from Stephen Green in another legendary episode of Lighting Round.
What can you do when your own government can see inside your heart?
Walter Russell Mead in The Wall Street Journal says the way to beat China is indirectly — by promoting the ambitions of other Asian nations.
China’s military aspirations depend on American capitalists for whom profit matters more than country.
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