CNN’s Anti-Trump Russia Hoaxer Paula Reid Is Married to a Chinese Communist Party Lobbyist.

The husband of CNN Correspondent Paula Reid formerly worked for a lobbying group representing Chinese Communist Party-linked companies before joining a financial advisory firm training companies on how to work with the brutal regime, The National Pulse can reveal. Reid – who joined CNN as its Senior Legal Affairs Correspondent after working as a CBS News White House Correspondent – has frequently used her platform to spread the debunked narrative that Donald Trump colluded with Russia. Reid drew the ire of the former president during press briefings for abrasive and often flawed questions about his administration’s COVID-19 response. Most recently,

‘US’ Chamber of Commerce Simps for China: ‘Don’t Reshore All Production to United States’

Almost one week ago, the US Chamber of Commerce’s CEO stated: “Protecting the resiliency of our supply chain doesn’t have to mean reshoring all production in the United States.” At a time of record unemployment, the Chamber of Commerce appears to be promoting the idea of keeping what could be American jobs in other countries. Maybe they should drop the “US” in their name. The materialistic gains of the elites are more important than jobs for Americans. In March, Neil Bradley, Chamber of Commerce Chief Policy Officer, stated, “renewed emphasis on Buy American could hurt the international flow of medicine

Corporate America Continues to Treat Students as Widgets

Tom Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, gave a speech last week on the “State of American Business,” in which he described the Chamber’s views and plans on education: The first big issue centers on the American workforce. We must have a steady supply of talented and hard-working people to do the work of a modern economy so our nation can compete and lead. And we need the right policies, systems, and opportunities in place to prepare those people so that they can compete and succeed. It’s no secret that our nation is currently falling short on both

Donald Trump vs. Big Business: The GOP’s Civil War

The US Chamber of Commerce is upset. For years, they have shaped Republican policy, spending millions of dollars trying to push the Republican Party towards a business-first economic message that seems incapable of talking about anything but “job creators.” The most special of special interests, the Chamber is by far the largest lobbying organization in the United States, generally backing “pro-business” Republicans who they think will fight for their goals above all else. They find social conservatism distasteful at best, and a liability to their supposedly winning economic message at worst — a message which has nevertheless struggled to secure any

Could This South Carolina Upset Start a GOP Civil War? (VIDEO)

Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience. The policy differences that have appeared in, say, North Carolina between what Governor McCrory is doing on transgender bathrooms in the state and the Chamber of Commerce . . . that phenomenon of debating this on the policy side that existed in Georgia and in other states, where the Chamber of Commerce was pushing against the grassroots social issue movement is now moving directly into the primaries in down-ballot races. In South Carolina, a woman who was the key

Georgia Chamber of Commerce Aims to Shoot Down Religious Liberty Protections (Again!)

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Georgia “business leaders” are consulting with their Indiana counterparts to plot strategy for defeating religious liberty protections. This story illustrates both the essential dishonesty of the religious liberty debate and the cravenness of Big Business in America. During the 2014 legislative session in Georgia, State Sen. Josh McKoon introduced a Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) substantively identical to the federal RFRA that has been on the books for 20 years. The Georgia RFRA passed the Senate but hit turbulence in the House, where the legislation was considered during the national uproar over similar, but in some