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EXCLUSIVE OP-ED: Ronna McDaniel, ‘President Trump has time and again delivered on his pledge to cut taxes and expand opportunities for Asian Pacific American families’

Today is Tax Day, which serves as a fitting reminder that with less than four months until the November election, never has there been a clearer contrast between two candidates’ tax plans as exists between President Trump and Joe Biden. While President Trump has time and again delivered on his pledge to cut taxes and […]

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Joe Biden Doesn’t Want Asian Pacific American Parents to Have Educational Choice

“We’re fighting for school choice, which really is the civil rights [issue] of all time in this country. Frankly, school choice is the civil rights statement of the year, of the decade, and probably beyond, because all children have to have access to quality education…A child’s zip code in America should never determine their future, […]

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Asian Pacific American Small Business Owners Benefit from United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)

Ahead of the July 4th holiday, Asian Pacific American (APA) workers, farmers, and manufacturers have added cause for celebration this year. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) goes into effect today after years of hard-fought negotiation on the part of President Trump and Republicans. As our economy begins to rebound after being artificially interrupted by the […]

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Xi Jinping’s assault on Hong Kong democracy activists is the latest example of the Chinese Communist Party’s cruelty and weakness

At a congressional hearing today, Rep Chris Smith (R-NJ), author of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act said “the great people of Hong Kong had a sweeping, draconian, anti-democracy policy imposed upon them yesterday—the so-called National Security Law.” Smith said, “President Xi Jinping has today massively broken his government’s solemn promise embedded in […]

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Arrests, Suspension of Vietnam Media Signal Crackdown

WASHINGTON – A wave of arrests and a one-month publishing ban on a news site over its investigations into environmental damage signal that Vietnam is suppressing criticism ahead of the country’s Party Congress, press freedom groups said. On June 12, authorities charged Le Huu Minh Tuan, from the Independent Journalists Association of Vietnam, with “opposing […]

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Support Sunny Rubeck for Judge in Charlotte, North Carolina

I’m heading into my 10th year of practice and I have never been in front of an Asian-American judge. This is surprising since I live in the biggest city in N.C. So your friend has decided to make a change and I’m running for judge! You know that asking for help has never been easy […]

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President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (PAC-AAPI) Hosted June AAPI Business Town Hall

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, June 15, 2020 CONTACT: WASHINGTON, D.C. – On June 11th, the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders hosted their second virtual AAPI Business Town Hall. Chair of the Commission, Dr. Paul Hsu of Florida, provided opening remarks, in which he highlighted the many accomplishments of Asian American […]

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While Biden Hides, Trump Supports Law and Order

The loudest voices in the Democrat Party have made their new demand clear: defund the police. Democrat Rep. Val Demings, a former police chief no less, and a potential Biden VP pick, turned her back on her brothers and sisters in law enforcement this morning. Demings said the Minneapolis City Council is “is being very […]

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May employment numbers are the beginning of a great recovery

The May jobs report serves as an emphatic reminder about the strength of President Trump’s economic record. He built the greatest economy once, and now he is doing it again. During May, unemployment for Asian Pacific Americans stabilized. Despite the country effectively shutting down due to a global pandemic, the economy has begun to reopen […]

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Australia, India and Japan prioritize defense cooperation

Japan’s defense minister made a renewed call for “vigorous defense cooperation” with Australia and India following aggressive behavior by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the South and East China seas and continued violations of United Nations sanctions by North Korea. Defense Minister Tara Kono, pictured, also discussed cooperative measures to counter the COVID-19 […]