Dana is joined by Stephen Yates (@YatesComms), International Advisor on all things China – isn’t it a little weird that we’re watching the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in 2021? We can thank China for that – yet no one wants to talk about it. Iran is discussed – along with the Biden administration’s policy to unleash …
Senator Tom Cotton (R-AZ) went after Paul Lalli, Coca-Cola’s Global Vice President for Human Rights, for refusing to condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s genocide against the Uyghur people. A brief transcript of the tense exchange below: SEN. TOM COTTON (R-AR): So your company said at the time that we will continue to stand up for …
Inside China’s massive infrastructure plan, that includes 70 different countries. It’s everything related to infrastructure: Ports, railroads, highways, cell towers. Let’s take Africa, for example, where China is building 46 different billion-dollar ports. If Africa can’t pay any of the debt back, China takes over, and the Communists comes through. Why Africa? Well, the future of the world is Africa, with so much more growth ahead. Mike Slater has the inside story on China’s plan for world domination with the belt and road initiative.
Dana is joined by Stephen Yates (@YatesComms), International Advisor on all things China – talks about how Biden’s diplomats to China have been ‘beat up’ in the last 2 talks in which they’ve engaged. The world has wised up a bit – but as we look at China in relation to Russia/Germany/Ukraine – where is …
Dana fires up after another American company, Kodak, bends the knee to the Communist Party of China by eliminating a post on the Instagram social network and releasing an apology statement.
The Chinese Communist Party is here to stay, and here to take over the world. As we have now realized that China was behind the Microsoft cyberattack, we also need to realize that the CCP is growing more emboldened. Clearly, our administration has other things to focus on and talk about, like white supremacy and gender pronouns. That’s only making us a bigger target. So, President, instead of punishing us, why don’t you focus on keeping our nation as the most powerful in the world?
China openly threatens Japan for defending Taiwan and getting involved in the China/Taiwan conflict. Truth is, we rely on computer chips that are made in Taiwan, so this is worrisome for the U.S. Jesse Kelly connects the dots on China’s threat to nuke Japan, and why this could be “deeply serious” for us.
Rogan O’Handley & Bill O’Reilly discuss China’s maniacal quest for world domination.
Gordon Chang joins Buck to discuss the worldwide cyber hacking campaign that threatened U.S. economic and national security.
Dana is joined by Stephen Yates, International Advisor on all things China, and the world – talks about the importance of Guantanamo Bay, and why it’s puzzling that Democrats seem to always want to close it down. The Microsoft hack with blame pointing at China, who have been hacking for YEARS.
Dana (@DLoesch) talks with the guys from The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee), Ethan Nicolle (@AXECOP) and Kyle Mann (@The_Kyle_Mann) on their latest fight with the NYT, their thoughts on Communism and China – and how satire is now competing with our mainstream media’s absurdity.
How is it that people can hack into our cyber systems without being caught? Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer gives us the inside scoop on how the United States can identify the hackers behind these cyberattacks, and helps us understand if we really know the full scope of it all.