Press Release: CPA Supports New Remedies for US Farmers and Ranchers

USDA announcement a good first step. More strategy needed. Washington, DC. The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) expressed support for today’s US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) announcement of aid for US farmers and ranchers. After the Trump administration’s recent imposition of tariffs on China’s hacking, cyber espionage, and forced technology transfer, Beijing responded with punitive tariffs…

USDA Assists Farmers Impacted by Unjustified Retaliation

Editor’s note:  This Department of Agriculture announcement is the result, so far, of the president’s directive to protect America’s farmers and ranchers.  CPA welcomes this announcement, but also supports going further. The US should (1) develop a more comprehensive agro-industry strategy to benefit farmers and ranchers which must include policies previously rejected in the pursuit…

The director of the FBI says the whole of Chinese society is a threat to the US — and that Americans must step up to defend themselves

Editors note: This article demonstrates that China has never played fair and unless something is done, they will continue to play unfair.  FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday reiterated a commonly held view among US intelligence officials that China is seeking to become a global superpower through unconventional means — but he framed it as both a…

Other Nations Following US Lead on Steel Tariffs

When the Trump administration imposed 25% tariffs on steel imports in March this year, some other nations loudly criticized the move. Now, surprise, surprise, they are shifting gear—and jumping on the tariff bandwagon. This week, both the European Union and Canada have taken steps towards blocking excessive imports of steel into their markets. The European…

As U.S. Postage Rates Continue To Rise, The USPS Gives The Chinese A ‘Free Ride’

Editor’s note: America should consider withdrawing from the international agreements that require our postal service to subsidize cheap shipments of products direct from China. As the rates of the U.S. Postal Service continue on their precipitous ascent, how cheaply Chinese merchants are able to ship their products thousands of miles across the world to the United States has…