A new migrant caravan of mostly Central Americans could be one of the biggest groups to ever assail the US southern border, with estimates of the de facto army’s size describing it as six thousand strong.
Over the past 10 years, the makeup of Mexico’s criminal landscape has shifted from a handful of big cartels and some splinter groups to more than 400 gangs operating all over the country, many of them with ties to the US.
…In a similar fashion, the American ”just in time” logistics system has been built around every single part of it being there, unsurprisingly, just in time. If any point of the chain breaks (such as there being containers but no ships, ships but no longshoremen, longshoremen but no truckers, truckers but no truck frames, truck frames but no trucks, trucks but no trains, and so on) the entire system quickly starts failing, like a human body starved of oxygen.
China’s rise presents the US with a rival that is harder to understand than any who came before…
Calls by U.S. leaders to extend security guarantees to Taiwan against an aggressive China are on the rise. American pundits have likewise been eager and disturbingly casual about offering up U.S. service members to go and die for Taipei. Before taking another step down this dangerous path, however, these leaders need to consider just how willing Taiwanese are to die for their own country.
Vladimir Putin has claimed it is ‘monstrous’ that Western children are taught that they can change their gender.
The White House has toned down its rhetoric on Taiwan a day after US President Joe Biden vowed to militarily support the island nation against Beijing, angering China.
US-backed activists and regime-change operatives convened the Uyghur Tribunal to ramp up conflict with China, but wound up exposing major inconsistencies in their narrative.
It’s been 19 months since the virus pandemic began, and supply chain disruptions continue, making it more difficult for customers to find their favorite item at supermarkets nationwide.
Late last night, the New York Post published a story about what appears to be a federal program secretly moving undocumented migrants arrested at the border – who are mostly teens and young adults – to shelters and other “resource centers” in suburban communities in New York, Connecticut and elsewhere.