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Once King Dollar is dead, the U.S.-led world order is truly gone, and China wins—without ever having fired a shot.
America has an innovation problem that makes it nearly impossible to adapt to disruption. This is because our government is too bloated and inefficient. In order to make government more responsive to the realities of the Age of Disruption, real leadership is needed; the political system needs to be reformed.
“The United States has neither made the necessary investments nor committed itself to developing a plan for shaping the next generation of great technological innovation. That starts with reforming our education system entirely. If we don’t, we will lose the great geopolitical game with China and other foreign actors.”
The Trump Administration has promised to not only build a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, but that Mexico will pay for that wall. Yet, imposing a tariff would likely cause a global reaction against America and simply taxing remittances is insufficient. Therefore, in my newest article over at American Greatness, I advocate for increasing regulations of U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas exports into Mexico until they consent to pay for the wall.