A thoughtful compilation and analysis of some important, but underreported and under-researched news stories, with particular focus on keeping the People informed about all Enemies, Foreign and Domestic.
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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
US House Sharply Criticizes China's Law Allowing for the Conquest of Taiwan Story dated 16 March 2005
"The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a resolution sharply criticizing China for the approval by the National People's Congress in Beijing of a law authorizing the use of military force against Taiwan in the event of any secession attempt by Taipei.
The resolution expresses grave concern about the anti-secession law, saying it will escalate tensions across the Taiwan strait and make dialogue between Taipei and Beijing more difficult." Well, good. At least one branch of the U.S. government actually cares about tyranny in the world and wants to do something about it. _____________________________________________
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